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The financial accounting course is taken by all business majors, usually in their sophomore year. Financial accounting reports summarize the financial health, operating results, and changes in financial status for a business as viewed over a specific period of time. This information is used by outside parties such as stockholders, creditors, prospective investors, regulatory agencies, and the general public.
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Financial Accounting has been revised based on the great success of Financial Accounting 2e, Spiceland, Thomas, Herrmann. The content was developed with feedback from over 480 reviewers and focus group participants from across the country.
The authors, David Spiceland, Wayne Thomas and Don Herrmann, have developed a unique text based on over 50 collective years of experience in the classroom. They've brought together best practices like highlighting Common Mistakes, offering frequent Let's Review exercises, integrating the course with a running Continuing Problem, demonstrating the relevance of the course to non-majors with a Career Corner, and communicating it all in a student-friendly Conversational Writing Style.
Table of Contents
Spiceland, Financial Accounting, 3rd Edition
Chapter 1: A Framework for Financial Accounting
Chapter 2: The Accounting Cycle: During the Period
Chapter 3: The Accounting Cycle: End of the Period
Chapter 4: Cash and Internal Controls
Chapter 5: Receivables and Sales
Chapter 6: Inventory and Cost of Goods Sold
Chapter 7: Long-Term Assets
Chapter 8: Current Liabilities
Chapter 9: Long-Term Liabilities
Chapter 10: Stockholders’ Equity
Chapter 11: Statement of Cash Flows
Chapter 12: Financial Statement Analysis
Appendix A: American Eagle Outfitters, Inc., 2012 Annual Report
Appendix B: The Buckle, Inc., 2012 Annual Report
Appendix C: Time Value of Money
Appendix D: Investments
Appendix E: International Financial Reporting Standards