Accounting, Google eBook: Business Reporting for Decision Making

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 2, 2012 - Business & Economics - 655 pages
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Accounting: Business Reporting for Decision Making 3rd edition is written for students who are required to complete a one semester unit on introductory accounting, the text covers the basic principles of financial accounting, management, finance as well an introduction to ethics in business and corporate governance.

The focus of text is on the application and interpretation of typical business reports and how accounting information is used in business decision-making processes. The text emphasises the conceptual and business application of accounting and accounting information, providing clear explanations and applications so students appreciate the significant role of accounting information in all business environments.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1 Introduction to accounting
2
CHAPTER 2 Business structures
36
CHAPTER 3 Ethics and corporate governance
72
CHAPTER 4 Business transactions
108
CHAPTER 5 Balance sheet
138
CHAPTER 6 Income statement and statement of changes in equity
196
CHAPTER 7 Statement of cash flows
244
CHAPTER 8 Analysis and interpretation of financial statements
302
CHAPTER 10 Costvolumeprofit analysis
400
CHAPTER 11 Costing and pricing an entity
436
CHAPTER 12 Capital investment
468
CHAPTER 13 Financing the business
500
CHAPTER 14 Performance measurement
534
Glossary
575
Appendix
585
Index
627

CHAPTER 9 Budgeting
372

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