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College Accounting, Chapters 1-15by Heintz, James A.; Parry, Robert W.
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This book presents concepts simply, while ensuring the best, most accurate coverage. College Accounting is designed to make accounting understandable to virtually everyone without sacrificing substance and technical correctness. A step-by-step, straightforward approach helps readers build practical accounting skills that are needed when entering the world of work. The simple service industry examples take you through the fundamental processes of financial accounting, including the development of financial statements, concerns about accounting for cash, and key aspects of accounting for taxes. The book continues with coverage of many aspects of accounting for merchandising businesses.
Table of Contents
|Accounting for a Service Business|
|Introduction to Accounting|
|Analyzing Transactions: The Accounting Equation|
|The Double-Entry Framework|
|Journalizing and Posting Transactions|
|Adjusting Entries and the Work Sheet|
|Appendix: Depreciation Methods|
|Financial Statements and the Closing Process|
|Appendix: Statement of Cash Flows|
|Comprehensive Problem 1: The Accounting Cycle|
|Accounting for Cash and Payroll|
|Accounting for Cash|
|Appendix: Internal Controls|
|Payroll Accounting: Employee Earnings and Deductions|
|Payroll Accounting: Employer Taxes and Reports|
|Accounting for a Merchandising Business|
|Accounting for Sales and Cash Receipts|
|Accounting for Purchases and Cash Payments|
|Appendix: The Net-Price Method of Recording Purchases|
|Accounting for Merchandise Inventory|
|Appendix: Perpetual Inventory Method: LIFO and Moving-Average Methods|
|Adjustments and the Work Sheet for a Merchandising Business|
|Appendix: Expense Method of Accounting for Prepaid Expenses|
|Financial Statements and Year-End Accounting for a Merchandising Business|
|Comprehensive Problem 2: Accounting Cycle with Subsidiary Ledgers, Part 1|
|Comprehensive Problem 2: Accounting Cycle with Subsidiary Ledgers, Part 2|
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