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This author-written guide provides students Quiz and Test Hints, Matching questions, Fill-in-the-Blank questions (Parts A & B), Multiple-Choice questions, True/False questions, Exercises, and Problems for each chapter. Designed to assist students in comprehending the concepts and principles in the text, solutions for all of these items are available in the guide for quick reference.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to Accounting and Business||p. 1|
|Analyzing Transactions||p. 15|
|The Adjusting Process||p. 29|
|Completing the Accounting Cycle||p. 43|
|Accounting Systems||p. 63|
|Accounting for Merchandising Businesses||p. 79|
|Sarbanes-Oxley, Internal Control, and Cash||p. 115|
|Fixed Assets and Intangible Assets||p. 141|
|Current Liabilities and Payroll||p. 155|
|Accounting for Partnerships and Limited Liability Corporations||p. 169|
|Corporations: Organization, Capital Stock Transactions, and Dividends||p. 189|
|Income Taxes, Unusual Income Items, and Investments in Stocks||p. 203|
|Bonds Payable and Investment in Bonds||p. 219|
|Statement of Cash Flows||p. 235|
|Financial Statement Analysis||p. 253|
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