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CPA Exam Review: Home Study Package
(Lambers-Wiseguides CPA Review Series; Textbooks and Software),
by Vincent Lambers, William Grubbs. Lambers CPA Review; Bk&CD-Rom edition. The package consists of the Lambers CPA Review four-volume set of textbooks and the Wiseguides CPA Review software on CD-Rom. Combined you have review material for all parts of the CPA Exam and thousands of practice questions and solutions. After reviewing material in the textbooks, you can take simulated CPA Exams with the software. Information

Financial Accounting
, by Libby. Mcgraw-Hill College; 2nd Pkg edition.
In the Second Edition, the authors continue to bring the material to life offering the most real-world driven financial accounting text on the market.
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Financial Accounting (6th Edition) (Charles T Horngren Series in Accounting) (Hardcover), by Walter T. Harrison (Author), Charles T. Horngren. Financial Accounting, 6e helps users LEARN, PRACTICE, and REMBEMBER the accounting cycle. A specially designed Accounting Cycle Tutorial program is integrated in the first three chapters (icons in the margin point readers to an online program, a free website that accompanies the book). The program includes tutorials, interactive animations, and practice questions that provide readers with additional, beyond the book instruction on the accounting cycle. This book also provides a no password required online practice environment where readers can work on problems that help them master the accounting cycle and gauge their comprehension. A unique Accounting Cycle Pocket Guide is included for readers to use as a handy reference–it illustrates the key steps in the accounting cycle. This book covers the full range of topics in financial accounting: financial statements, processing information, accrual accounting, internal control and cash, short-term investments and receivables, inventory, plant assets, current and long-term liabilities, stockholders' equity, long-term investments and international operations, using the income statement and statement of stockholders' equity, the statement of cash flows, and financial statement analysis. For accountants and employees in accounting departments. Information.

Financial Accounting: An Introduction to Concepts, Methods and Uses (Hardcover), by Clyde P. Stickney and Roman L. Weil. Ideal for graduate, MBA, and higher-level undergraduate programs, FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING: AN INTRODUCTION TO CONCEPTS, METHODS, AND USES presents both the basic concepts underlying financial statements and the terminology and methods that allow you to interpret, analyze, and evaluate actual corporate financial statements. Information.

Financial Accounting & Reporting
, by Barry Elliott (Author), Jamie Elliott, James Elliott (Author). Prentice Hall; 3rd edition.
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Financial Accounting Fundamentals 2007 Edition (Paperback), by John J Wild. Wild’s Financial Accounting Fundamentals responds to the market’s request for a low-cost, succinct book; a book that balances large and small businesses, and one that is contemporary, engaging, and accessible for today’s students. With numerous innovative features, the author focuses on “Three C’s”: Clear presentation of accounting concepts, Concise coverage to help students focus on important material, and Cutting edge technology to engage students and improve their chances for success. Information.

Financial Accounting for MBAs (Financial Accounting for MBAs) (Hardcover), by Wild, Halsey, McAnally Easton. Information.

Financial Accounting, General Ledger Software
(Network Version), by Jerry J. Weygandt, Donald E. Kieso, Paul D. Kimmel. Wiley; 4 edition.
Each chapter of the guide includes study objectives, a chapter review consisting of 20-30 key points, and a demonstration problem linked to study objectives in the textbook.
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Financial Accounting: Information for Decisions (Hardcover), by Robert W. Ingram (Author), Thomas L. Albright. ACCOUNTING: INFORMATION FOR DECISIONS, 6th is proud to define excellence in its approach to Financial Accounting. Clearly illustrating that accounting is the language of business, all students will be able to drive excellence in their own careers when they start with this strong foundation. This innovative approach continues to provide direction to students who choose accounting careers, and to those who progress through their careers as business managers. The streamlined new design of the 6th edition provides a clear, concise, and directional learning path so students will easily navigate their way through the material and enhance their learning experience with clear connections to topics in the book and issues in the workforce. Recent news headlines indicate that the coverage of ethics has never been more important - especially in Accounting. The 6th edition highlights ethical dilemmas and challenges students to think about what they would do when faced with these issues. In addition, updates on the impact of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act have also been included. Information.

Financial Accounting: The Impact on Decision Makers (Hardcover), by Gary A. Porter (Author), Curtis L. Norton. Porter/Norton is a transitional text known for its readability, straightforwardness, decision-making focus, and the incorporation of flagship companies. The authors were careful in the new fifth edition to keep the focus on "the basics". The authors have eliminated confusing and redundant elements. The result is an uncluttered, straightforward, and concise financial accounting textbook. Information.

Financial Accounting, Reporting and Analysis (with 1-year Access to Thomson ONE, Business School Edition) (Hardcover), by Earl K. Stice (Author), James Stice. Succeed in this course and as a future business manager with FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING! Your purchase includes one-year access to Thomson ONE, Business School Edition, an online site that gives you the power to do financial analysis and research using real company data. Using actual financial statements, the authors leverage your everyday consumer experiences to link accounting terminology and practice with actual events that you already understand. Key points, margin notes, review of key points, exercises, problems, and applications and extensions are just a few of the many tools included within the text that will make studying easy. Information.

Financial and Accounting Guide for Not-For-Profit Organizations
, by Malvern J. Gross, Richard F. Larkin, John H. McCarthy. Wiley; 6th edition.
Provides detailed help on tax form preparation. Systematically presents compliance requirements for each state, as well as a description of reporting rules applicable to recipients of government grants.
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Financial & Managerial Accounting (Hardcover), by Carl S. Warren (Author), James M. Reeve. Understand what accounting is all about and its evolving role in business with Warren and Reeve's FINANCIAL AND MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING, the most successful higher education accounting text of all time. You'll use the preparation of financial statements as a framemark work for understand accounting and concepts and in the rocess you'll see how to use accounting to understand business. Information.

Financial Management and Analysis
(Mcgraw-Hill Series in Finance),
by Pamela P. Peterson. Mcgraw-Hill; 2nd edition.
This book provides valuable insights into many major aspects of financial management and analysis, and includes expert advice, real-world examples, useful charts and graphs, and incisive end-of-chapter questions that help develop the skill set necessary to deal with the important financial problems encountered in today's business world.
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Fundamentals Accounting Principles
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by Kermit D. Larson, John J. Wild, Barbara Chiappetta. Mcgraw-Hill College; 17th Pkg edition. Information

Intermediate Accounting
w/FARS Online for 18 months, by Donald E. Kieso, Jerry J. Weygandt, Terry D. Warfield. Wiley; 11th Ed edition. Information

Introduction to Financial Accounting
(9th Edition) (Charles T Horngren Series in Accounting), by Charles T. Horngren, Gary L. Sundem, John A. Elliott, Donna Philbrick. Prentice Hall; 9 edition.
This best-selling text offers a relevant, real-world approach to financial accounting theory, terminology, and procedures.
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Introduction to Financial Accounting: A User Perspective, Third Edition (Hardcover), by Michael L. Werner (Author), Kumen H. Jones. An excellent introduction to financial accounting, this book informs the reader about its significant role in making sound business decisions. With its concentration on the uses of financial accounting rather than on the preparation of accounting information, the authors present the information in a manner that makes the topic readily available for use in a broad number of ways. This complete and easy to understand financial accounting book covers the following topics briefly, yet comprehensively: economic decision-making and business in the United States; balance sheets; income statements and statements of owners' equity; economic management; the accounting system; long-lived depreciable assets; inventory accounting; cash flow statements; and a close look at financial statement analysis. For readers needing a book that will allow them a basic understanding of financial accounting. Information.

Miller Guide to Revenue Recognition 2004
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by Scott A. Taub. CCH Inc. Information

Miller International Accounting / Financial Reporting Standards Guide 2005
(Miller International Accounting Standards Guide), by David Alexander, Simon Archer. Aspen Law & Business. Information

Principles of Financial Accounting
, by Ian Gillespie, Richard Lewis, Kay Hamilton. Prentice Hall. Information

Principles Of Financial Accounting Tenth Edition (Paperback), by Belverd E., Jr. Needles (Author), Marian Powers. Needles and Powers continue to help instructors stay on top of the change curve with Principles of Financial Accounting. Balanced, flexible content in this market-leading text is supported by an array of integrated print and technology supplements. Whether an instructor wants to present a user or procedural orientation, incorporate new instructional strategies, develop students' core skills and competencies, or integrate technology into the classroom, Principles of Financial Accounting provides a total solution, making it the natural choice for accounting instructors.

The Tenth Edition focuses primarily on the use of accounting information in today's business world—beginning with sole proprietorships—and represents the most significant revision of the text to date. Content updates reflect current accounting and business practices, while greater attention is given to ethics, service enterprises, and international issues. In addition, the text features a more concise, accessible writing style; a new design to emphasize the user-oriented content; and enhanced technology components for both instructors and students. Accuracy reviewers check every line and work through each exercise in the text and supplements, making Principles of Financial Accounting the most accurate among similar texts on the market.Information.


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