Accounting & Financial Management For Residential Construction by Emma ShinnAccounting & Financial Management For Residential Construction by Emma Shinn

Accounting & Financial Management For Residential Construction

byEmma Shinn

Paperback | January 2, 2008

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Take control of your finances with Accounting and Financial Management. This solid resource for builders, remodelers, developers, and contractors provides detailed information on how an accounting system operates and the basic principles for processing financial data. This fifth edition includes the updated NAHB Chart of Accounts and explains: -how technology facilitates procedures for such items as accounts payable, change orders, and payroll and how it impacts processing systems -the impact of additional management reports and how they can enhance and facilitate a manager’s job -the key measurements that residential construction professionals should track -the integration of job cost accounting with estimating, purchasing, and scheduling -the profit center concept for multiple-project companies and its reporting requirements “This book is part of the core curriculum for several of our construction management programs. It provides essential information to take control of your finances.” --Elizabeth Sugg, Curriculum Manager, Cengage Learning, Clifton Park, NY Accounting and Financial Management for Residential Construction, 5th Edition Kindle Edition is also available on Amazon.com. You can start reading this book immediately on your iPad, Kindle, or smartphone (iPhone, Blackberry, or Android), or on your desktop by simply downloading Amazon’s Kindle App.
Emma Shinn of Lee Evans Group/ IHBMI, Littleton, Colorado, is a consultant and educator for the ome building industry in accounting and financial management systems. In the 1960s she worked for Touche, Ross, and Company (now Deloitte & Touche). She has an MBA in accounting from The American University in Washington, D.C., and is a cert...
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Title:Accounting & Financial Management For Residential ConstructionFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:9.9 X 7 X 0.6 inShipping dimensions:9.9 X 7 X 0.6 inPublished:January 2, 2008Publisher:Delmar Publishers IncLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0867186356

ISBN - 13:9780867186352

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Table of Contents

About the Author Acknowledgments Introduction Chapter 1 Designing the System and Choosing an Accountant Chapter 2 Basics of Accounting Chapter 3 Accounting Methods and Terms Chapter 4 Chart of Accounts Chapter 5 Bookkeeping Procedures Chapter 6 Internal Control Chapter 7 Financial and Management Reports Chapter 8 Financial Analysis Chapter 9 Overview of Job Cost Accounting Chapter 10 Processing Systems Chapter 11 Tips for Multiple-Project Companies Chapter 12 Tips for Developers Chapter 13 Tips for Remodelers Chapter 14 Financial Planning and Budget Chapter 15 Technical Aspects of Accounting Appendix A Part A Outline of NAHB Chart of Accounts Appendix B Part B The Complete NAHB Chart of Accounts Appendix C Basic Accounts for Small-Volume Businesses Appendix D Basic Accounts for Remodelers Appendix E Direct Construction Costs, Subsidiary Ledger Appendix F Indirect Construction Costs, Subsidiary Ledger Appendix G Land Development Costs, Subsidiary Ledger Glossary Notes