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Accounting Savvy for Business Owners by Philip B. GoodmanAddressing a common problem for small-business owners, this accessible handbook is the key to understanding the ins and outs of accounting. Demonstrating how to correctly maintain records and apply bookkeeping rules, this guide demonstrates how to keep track of all financial matters and monitor the overall health of any business. Avoiding complex and burdensome accounting jargon, this clear and concise overview translates the essentials into practical business language, answering the most frequently asked questions presented to accountants by small-business owners today. Topics covered include accounting components such as sales, expenses, assets, liabilities, and owners' profits.
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Publication Date: 2010-02-02
Advanced Cost Accounting by M. N. AroraAdvanced Cost Accounting presents the subject matter in simple and easy-to-understand language. It includes latest solved questions papers of university examinations
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Publication Date: 2010-01-01
Introductory Financial Accounting by Barry P. SmithIntroductory Financial Accounting is a short revision text presenting the essentials that students have to learn to pass their first financial accounting module. The topics have been chosen by assessing how likely they are to appear in the exam.
Accounting for People Who Think They Hate Accounting by Anurag SingalFinancial statements serve as a report card for a business through which managers and entrepreneurs can know their exact financial positions. These financial statements are prepared only through financial accounting. The main purpose of financial accounting is to help entrepreneurs exercise control over their business activities by controlling total costs incurred so that they are able to earn higher profits. So, in order to understand where exactly the business stands financially, knowledge of financial accounting is imperative. What is financial accounting? Why do I need to understand it? How will it help me in my business? Why is it important to me? Or Is it important to me? These are some of the questions that surface in the minds of young and aspiring entrepreneurs when they start their business or are on the verge of starting one. This book aims to answer them in the most practical and comprehensible manner possible so that accounting is no longer a nightmare for them.