You are being redirectedFor your convenience, we have put all the books in this category into a zip file which you can download in one go. This book is the first of fifteen books which introduces the basic principles of accounting. This book is the ninth of fifteen books which introduces the basic principles of accounting. In a world of geo-political, social and economic uncertainty, Strategic Financial Management is under pressure. This course offers hands-on knowledge, practices and insight into most important logistic, financial and HRM processes and the integration of business processes.
Principles Of Accounting
This book is perhaps the most comprehensive text I have seen for financial accounting. For those who are familiar with Financial Accounting, the index and glossary are sufficiently detailed. The fact that the text is so comprehensive is both a The fact that the text is so comprehensive is both a positive and a negative. It is positive in the sense that it has essentially every topic that you may want to cover in an introductory course. For newer instructors however it may be a bit daunting to distill the content down to what is most essential to cover in an introductory course. The text has some content that is more relevant to courses such as Accounting Information Systems, Financial Management, and Intermediate Accounting.
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Book Description - ISBN 32 Pages This free eBook explains all of the basic accounting concepts and terminology you will need to understand the three primary financial statements that appear in every organization's annual report and most internal monthly reports. Chapter 1 - Accounting Concepts and Conventions As a manager, you will usually be expected to understand simple financial reports and communicate effectively with financial people in your own organization. You may also be asked to contribute financial data about your own business unit. Chapter 2 - Basic Accounting Concepts and Financial Statements The basic principles of accounting are best understood by considering some simple businesses and how they might document their financial activities. Chapter 3 - Cash Accounting The main limitations of cash accounting are that: there is nowhere to show 'unpaid bills'; there is no way of seeing any historical trend in the figures; and no allowance is made for major purchases or asset acquisition. Chapter 4 - Accrual Accounting Accrual accounting is considered to be the standard accounting practice for most organizations, and is mandated for organizations of any real size.