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Ideal for graduate, MBA, and higher-level undergraduate programs, FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING: AN INTRODUCTION TO CONCEPTS, METHODS, AND USES presents both the basic concepts underlying financial statements and the terminology and methods that allows the reader to interpret, analyze, and evaluate actual corporate financial statements. Fully integrated with the latest International Financial Reporting Standards, inclusion of the latest developments on Fair Value Accounting, and coverage of the Codification of US GAAP, this text provides the highest return on your financial accounting course investment
Table of Contents
|Overview of Financial Statements|
|Introduction to Business Activities and Overview of Financial Statements and the Reporting Process|
|The Basics of Bookkeeping and Financial Statement Preparation|
|Accounting Concepts and Methods|
|Balance Sheet: Presenting and Analyzing Resources and Financing|
|Income Statement: Reporting the Results of Operating Activities|
|Statement of Cash Flows: Reporting the Effects of Operating, Investing, and Financing Activities on Cash Flows|
|Introduction to Financial Statement Analysis|
|Measuring and Reporting Assets and Equities Using Generally Accepted Accounting Principles|
|Revenue Recognition, Receivables, and Advances from Customers|
|Long-Lived Tangible and Intangible Assets|
|Notes, Bonds, and Leases|
|Liabilities: Off-Balance-Sheet Financing, Retirement Benefits, and Income Taxes|
|Marketable Securities and Derivatives|
|Intercorporate Investments in Common Stock|
|Shareholders' Equity: Capital Contributions, Distributions, and Earnings|
|Statement of Cash Flows: Another Look|
|Synthesis of Financial Reporting|
|Appendix: Time Value of Cash Flows|
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