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Wild�s Financial and Managerial Accounting responds to the market�s request for a single book with balanced financial and managerial content (~50/50) that has a corporate approach throughout. With numerous innovative features, the authors focus on �Three C�s�: . � Clear presentation of accounting concepts,. � Concise coverage to help students focus on important material, and. � Cutting edge technology to engage students and improve their chances for success. ..The authors provide a balance of small and large business examples, integration of new computerized learning tools, superior end-of-chapter materials, and highly engaging pedagogical learning structures. Technology tools such as Homework Manager and Carol Yacht�s General Ledger and Peachtree software provides students with further advantages as they learn and apply key accounting concepts and methods..
Table of Contents
|Introducing Accounting in Business|
|Analyzing and Recording Transactions|
|Adjusting Accounts and Preparing Financial Statements|
|Accounting for Merchandising Operations|
|Inventories and Cost of Sales|
|Cash and Internal Controls|
|Accounts and Notes Receivable|
|Corporate Reporting and Analysis|
|Reporting and Analyzing Cash Flows|
|Analyzing Financial Statements|
|Managerial Accounting Concepts and Principles|
|Job Order Costing and Analysis|
|Process Costing and Analysis|
|Activity-Based Costing and Analysis|
|Cost Behavior and Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis|
|Variable Costing and Performance Reporting|
|Master Budgets and Performance Planning|
|Flexible Budgets and Standard Costing|
|Decentralization and Performance Evaluation|
|Relevant Costing for Managerial Decisions|
|Capital Budgeting and Investment Analysis|
|Financial Statement Information|
|Applying Present and Future Values|
|Investments and International Operations|
|Accounting for Partnerships|
|Accounting with Special Journals|
|Appendixes D & E are available as PDF files from the Website or as print copy from a representative|
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