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Accounting standards are an essential element in the regulation of current financial reporting. Standard setters promulgate such standards, and companies and professional accountants follow them in preparing financial reports. Although much has been written about the history of standard setting, the conceptual underpinnings of accounting standards, the process of setting them, and whether such standards should be ‘rules-based’ or ‘principles-based,’ there has been little written about the kind of thing they are.
An updated new edition of the comprehensive guide to reading and understanding financial reports
Financial reports provide vital information to investors, lenders, and managers. Yet, the financial statements in a financial report seem to be written in a foreign language that only accountants can understand. This new Eighth Edition of How to Read a Financial Report breaks through that language barrier, clears away the fog, and offers a plain–English user′s guide to financial reports. This updated edition features new information on the move toward separate financial and accounting reporting standards for private companies, the emergence of websites offering financial information, pending changes in the auditor′s report language and what this means to investors, and requirements for XBRL tagging in reporting to the SEC, among other topics.
Makes it easy to understand what financial reports really say
Updated to include the latest information financial reporting standards and regulatory changes
Written by an author team with a combined 50–plus years of experience in financial accounting
With this new edition of How to Read a Financial Report, investors will find everything they need to fully understand the profit, cash flow, and financial condition of any business.
For introductory courses in Financial Accounting taught from a more traditional “preparer” approach.
Financial Accounting helps students “nail” the accounting cycle!
Financial Accounting helps students “nail” the accounting cycle up front in order to increase success and retention later on. The concepts and mechanics students learn in the critical ‘accounting cycle’ chapters are used consistently and repetitively–and with clear-cut details and explanations–throughout the remainder of the text, minimizing confusion.
Financial Accounting 9e Global Edition has been fully adapted to include International Financial Reporting Standards throughout, and to include examples of IFRS-compliant companies.
This Global Edition has been edited to include enhancements making it more relevant to students outside the United States.
This practical guide on the theory and practice of Investor Relations combines the art and science of marketing, financial analysis, and financial communications in a single source. It offers expert advice and helpful tips to be used in real business life by corporate executives, financial analysts, students, and anyone competing for capital.
As each new accounting question or scandal hits Wall Street, investment professionals too often find themselves asking, What happened? Accounting for M&A, Equity, and Credit Analysts answers the most common accounting questions, all in an easy-to-follow format designed to provide investment professionals with real-world, hands-on knowledge of key accounting treatments, models, and practices. Written by well-known M&A expert James E. Morris, this versatile accounting desk reference bridges the gap between what is taught in business school and what is needed in the real world.
"International Financial Reporting Standards" introduces accounting students to the status of IFRS and the impact on the financial reporting environment. This booklet delivers the relevant content, trusted authorship, and appropriate scope for learners new to the subject.
Analysis for Financial Management, 10e presents standard techniques and modern developments in a practical and intuitive manner with an emphasis on the managerial applications of financial analysis. It is intended for non-financial managers and business students interested in the practice of financial management.
Now the best-selling book of its kind has gotten even better. This revised and expanded second edition of Ittelson’s master work will give you that firm grasp of "the numbers" necessary for business success. With more than 100,000 copies in print, Financial Statements is a perfect introduction to financial accounting for non-financial managers, stock-market investors, undergraduate business and MBA students, lawyers, lenders, entrepreneurs, and more.Most introductory finance and accounting books fail either because they are written "by accountants for accountants" or the authors "dumb down" the concepts until they are virtually useless.
Updated with the latest developments in the accounting and hospitality fields, Hospitality Financial Accounting, Second Edition covers the basics of financial accounting and then walks you through analyzing financial statements and dealing with the daily issues you’ll face on the job. In this Second Edition, the authors have provided engaging new coverage and features that includes new case studies, an expanded section on ethics, new “Accounting in Action” vignettes, applied exercises, and new coverage of casinos, spas, and purveyors.
Get up to speed quickly—review and practice major concepts in accounting!Whether you're looking to improve your classroom experience, or simply become more familiar with accounting concepts, 1,001 Accounting Practice Problems For Dummies is the hands-on tool you need to get a step ahead. The book's practice questions and review content go hand-in-hand with the content offered in Accounting For Dummies, ensuring that you have a working knowledge of the most important concepts and skills in accounting.T
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