Accounting for dummies / by John A. Tracy.
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- ISBN: 0764553143
- ISBN: 9780764553141
- Physical Description: xviii, 388 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
- Edition: 2nd ed.
- Publisher: Foster City, CA : IDG Books Worldwide, ©2001.
Contents / Notes
pt. 1. Accounting basics -- Introducing accounting to non-accountants -- Bookkeeping 101: from shoeboxes to computers -- Taxes, taxes, and more taxes -- Accounting and your personal finances -- pt. 2. Getting a grip on financial statements -- Profit mechanics -- The balance sheet from the income statement viewpoint -- Cash flows and the cash flow statement -- Getting a financial report ready for prime time -- pt. 3. Accounting in managing a business -- Managing profit performance -- Business budgeting -- Choosing the right ownership structure -- Cost conundrums -- Choosing accounting methods -- pt. 4. Financial reports in the outside world -- How investors read a financial report -- CPAs: auditors and advisors -- pt. 5. The part of tens -- Ten ways savvy business business managers use accounting -- Ten questions investors should ask when reading a financial report.
Introduces accounting basics, and discusses bookkeeping, taxes, assets, cash flow, profit, and financial reports.
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