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Financial Accounting For Dummies

ISBN: 978-1-118-06387-3
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360 pages
March 2011
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Introduction.

Part I: Getting a Financial Accounting Initiation.

Chapter 1: Seeing the Big Picture of Financial Accounting.

Chapter 2: Making Mom Proud: Financial Accounting Career Options.

Chapter 3: Introducing the Big Three Financial Statements.

Chapter 4: Acronym Alert! Setting the Standards for Financial Accounting.

Part II: Reviewing Some Accounting Basics.

Chapter 5: Booking It: The Process behind Financial Accounting.

Chapter 6: Focusing on Accounting Methods and Concepts.

Part III: Spending Quality Time with the Balance Sheet.

Chapter 7: Assessing the Balance Sheet’s Asset Section.

Chapter 8: Digging for Debt in the Liabilities Section.

Chapter 9: Letting Owners Know Where They Stand: The Equity Section.

Part IV: Investigating Income and Cash Flow.

Chapter 10: Searching for Profi t or Loss on the Income Statement.

Chapter 11: Following the Money by Studying Cash Flow.

Chapter 12: Examining Depreciation Cost Flow Assumptions.

Chapter 13: Learning about Inventory Cost Flow Assumptions.

Part V: Analyzing the Financial Statements.

Chapter 14: Using Ratios and Other Tools.

Chapter 15: Got Your Dictionary Ready? Reading Explanatory Notes and Disclosures.

Chapter 16: Studying the Report to the Shareholders.

Part VI: Feeling Brave? Tackling More Advanced Financial Accounting Topics.

Chapter 17: Accounting for Business Combinations.

Chapter 18: Accounting for Income Taxes.

Chapter 19: Accounting for Leases.

Chapter 20: Reporting Changes in Methods and the Correction of Errors.

Part VII: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 21: Ten Financial Accounting Shenanigans.

Chapter 22: Ten Industries with Special Accounting Standards.

Index.

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