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College Accounting by Wild, Richardson, and Shaw draws upon the success of Wilds Fundamental Accounting Principles text. Its innovation is reflected in its extensive use of small business examples, the integration of new computerized learning tools, superior end-of-chapter material, and a highly engaging, pedagogical design. Inclusion of technology products such as Homework Manager, Homework Manager Plus and Carol Yachts General Ledger software provides students with every possible advantage as they strive to understand the key concepts of accounting and their role in business.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to Accounting|
|Accounting for Business Transactions|
|Applying Double-Entry Accounting|
|Preparing the General Journal and General Ledger|
|Adjusting Accounts and Preparing Financial Statements|
|Closing Process and Financial Statements|
|Fraud, Ethics, and Controls|
|Cash and Cash Controls|
|Employee Earnings, Deductions, and Payroll|
|Employer Payroll Tax Reporting|
|Merchandise Sales and Accounts Receivable|
|Merchandise Purchases and Accounts Payable|
|Merchandiser’s Purchases Adjustments and Trail Balance|
|Merchandiser’s Financial Statements and the Closing Process|
|Financial Statements Information|
|via Web: Capital Budgeting and Investment Analysis|
|via Web: Time Value of Money|
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