Financial Accounting: An Introduction

Paperback | March 4, 2010

byJacqui Kew, Alex Watson

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Financial Accounting: An Introduction offers CA stream students a strong conceptual framework in preparation for further studies in Accounting, while teaching non-CA stream students financial literacy, a skill that will benefit them in both their personal and professional lives. The book doesnot simply teach the accounting standards; it demonstrates that accounting is about how to as well as why to record and report information in a way that engages directly with Generation Y students.

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Financial Accounting: An Introduction offers CA stream students a strong conceptual framework in preparation for further studies in Accounting, while teaching non-CA stream students financial literacy, a skill that will benefit them in both their personal and professional lives. The book doesnot simply teach the accounting standards; i...

Jacqui Kew and Alex Watson are well-respected OUP authors.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:736 pages, 9.49 × 6.61 × 1.57 inPublished:March 4, 2010Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195988353

ISBN - 13:9780195988352

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Table of Contents

1. Accounting in context2. The purpose of accounting3. The practice of accounting4. The conceptual framework5. Value added tax6. Adjustments7. Inventory8. Bank reconciliation statements9. Introducing credit: Trade payables10. The other side of credit: Trade receivables and working capital management11. Property, plant and equipment (PPE)12. Companies13. Partnerships, and a brief note on close corporations (CCs)14. Statement of cash flows15. Financial analysis16. Non-profit organisations and club accounting17. Incomplete records and other accounting issues18. Integrating accounting into the business