Accounting All-In-1 6th Ed
This book was written with the purpose of ensuring that students who did not take accounting at school level and who will not major in accounting are able to understand and apply the basic principles and applic
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This book was written with the purpose of ensuring that students who did not take accounting at school level and who will not major in accounting are able to understand and apply the basic principles and applications of accounting.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 - Introduction and framework
Chapter 2 - The account
Chapter 3 - The general journal
Chapter 4 - The general ledger and trial balance
Chapter 5 - Owner's interest/Equity (Capital)
Chapter 6 - Non-current assets (Fixed assets)
Chapter 7 - Current assets
Chapter 8 - Liabilities
Chapter 9 - Income and expenses
Chapter 10 - Completion of the accounting process
Chapter 11 - The accounting equation
Chapter 12 - Presentation of financial statements
Chapter 13 - Non-profit entities
Chapter 14 - Statement of cash flow
Chapter 15 - Ratio analysis and interpretation of financial statements
Chapter 16 - Bank reconciliation
Chapter 17 - Basic costing and manufacturing entities
Chapter 18 - Budgets
Chapter 19 - Cost-volume-profit analysis (CVP)