Accounting: v. 1: Managing Business Information (Paperback)
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Accounting: v. 1: Managing Business Information (Paperback)

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Paperback 425 Pages / Published: 01/02/2003
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This innovative new text provides both internal and external views on the importance and use of accounting information for decision making. Unlike other texts on the market, students learn about managerial and financial accounting and reporting in a holistic manner starting with a retail company. As the text progresses, students learn about the needs of internal and external reporting in a manufacturing environments. Financial and Managerial topics are fully blended in both volumes of this text.

Publisher: Cengage Learning, Inc
ISBN: 9780324061628
Number of pages: 425
Weight: 908 g
Dimensions: 274 x 216 x 18 mm
Edition: Preliminary ed


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The ??Opening Scenario?? of each chapter is more interesting than those found in other introductory accounting texts and each is nicely related to the content of each chapter


Given the considerable use of cash basis accounting in small businesses, the presentation of cash basis accounting is not inappropriate. It also provides insights in the accounting process without the complications of accrual basis issues.


The development of technical accounting concepts and the financial reporting process in the context of an information system is a strength.


The ?'Opening Scenario?' of each chapter is more interesting than those found in other introductory accounting texts and each is nicely related to the content of each chapter


Given the considerable use of cash basis accounting in small businesses, the presentation of cash basis accounting is not inappropriate. It also provides insights in the accounting process without the complications of accrual basis issues.


The development of technical accounting concepts and the financial reporting process in the context of an information system is a strength.


The ???Opening Scenario??? of each chapter is more interesting than those found in other introductory accounting texts and each is nicely related to the content of each chapter


Given the considerable use of cash basis accounting in small businesses, the presentation of cash basis accounting is not inappropriate. It also provides insights in the accounting process without the complications of accrual basis issues.


The development of technical accounting concepts and the financial reporting process in the context of an information system is a strength.


The 'Opening Scenario' of each chapter is more interesting than those found in other introductory accounting texts and each is nicely related to the content of each chapter



Given the considerable use of cash basis accounting in small businesses, the presentation of cash basis accounting is not inappropriate. It also provides insights in the accounting process without the complications of accrual basis issues.



The development of technical accounting concepts and the financial reporting process in the context of an information system is a strength.
The A['Opening ScenarioA[' of each chapter is more interesting than those found in other introductory accounting texts and each is nicely related to the content of each chapter


Given the considerable use of cash basis accounting in small businesses, the presentation of cash basis accounting is not inappropriate. It also provides insights in the accounting process without the complications of accrual basis issues.


The development of technical accounting concepts and the financial reporting process in the context of an information system is a strength.


The A[a AOpening ScenarioA[a ? of each chapter is more interesting than those found in other introductory accounting texts and each is nicely related to the content of each chapter


Given the considerable use of cash basis accounting in small businesses, the presentation of cash basis accounting is not inappropriate. It also provides insights in the accounting process without the complications of accrual basis issues.


The development of technical accounting concepts and the financial reporting process in the context of an information system is a strength.

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