Financial Accounting: The Impact On Decision Makers

Hardcover | January 21, 2009

byGary A Porter, Curtis L. Norton, G.r. (dick) Chesley

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Financial Accounting by Porter/Norton is known for its readability, straightforwardness, decision-making focus, and the incorporation of flagship companies to help students understand Financial Accounting. In this second Canadian edition, using CN Railways as it's flagship company, Porter's 'roadmap to success,' takes students on a journey through the financial statements. Part I begins in the east with "Planning for the Trip," which is designed to orient students to the world of business and providing the basic information about the structure of business and the importance of financial accounting. The "Final Destination," in part VI, discusses the decision analysis that investors and managers require in order to assess financial reports.

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Financial Accounting by Porter/Norton is known for its readability, straightforwardness, decision-making focus, and the incorporation of flagship companies to help students understand Financial Accounting. In this second Canadian edition, using CN Railways as it's flagship company, Porter's 'roadmap to success,' takes students on a jo...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:864 pages, 11.2 × 8.7 × 1.28 inPublished:January 21, 2009Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176104453

ISBN - 13:9780176104450

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PrefacePart One: Planning for the TripChapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Financial Statements and Annual ReportPart Two: Getting Basic TrainingChapter 3: Processing Accounting InformationChapter 4: Accrual Accounting and Income MeasurementPart Three: Touring the Income StatementChapter 5: Sales Revenue and Merchandise AccountingChapter 6: Cost of Goods Sold and InventoriesPart Four: Touring the Balance SheetChapter 7: Cash, Short Term Investments, and Receivables Chapter 8: Capital Assets: Property, Plant, and Equipment, Natural Resources, and IntangiblesChapter 9: Current Liabilities, contingencies Chapter 10: Long-Term LiabilitiesChapter 11: Shareholders' EquityPart Five: Touring the Statement of Cash FlowsChapter 12: Statement of Cash FlowsPart Six: Final Destination Chapter 13: Financial Statement AnalysisAppendix A: CNR Annual Report Appendix B: CPR Annual ReportIndex