Financial accounting: building accounting knowledge
Carlon, Shirley, Mladenovic, Rosina, Palm, Chrisann T., Kimmel, Douglas C., Kieso, Donald E., & Weygandt , Jerry J. (2009) Financial accounting: building accounting knowledge. John Wiley and Sons Australia, Australia, Queensland, Milton.
Financial Accounting: Building Accounting Knowledge is a new textbook written for the first financial accounting subject that a student majoring in accounting is required to study. Based on the successful introductory accounting textbook, 'Accounting: building business skills', this text will provide students and academics with a well written and accessible textbook on the principles of financial accounting, with ample illustrations and applications to business.
The text maintains the balance between a 'user' and 'preparer' perspective effectively by
integrating real financial information and business decision choices throughout the chapters.
Through the use of real company information and financial statements students will quickly appreciate the use of accounting information. The textbook clearly outlines to students how accounting information communicates the financing, operating, and investing activities of a
business. The text builds a strong conceptual understanding and develops skills in the application of accounting principles and techniques, providing students with a solid foundation for studying accounting.
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