Intermediate Accounting

Hardcover | July 1, 2015

byElizabeth A. Gordon, Jana S. Raedy, Alexander J. Sannella

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This title is intended for students in the intermediate accounting course, but can also be used as a reference for practicing professionals.


Think like an accountant -- from the first day of class, throughout your career.

Thinking like an accountant isn’t just rote memorization of accounting rules. Rather, it’s developing the judgment and decision-making skills needed to form accounting estimates and evaluate financial statements critically. With its focus on Conceptual Framework fundamentals and critical thinking, Gordon, Raedy, and Sannella’s Intermediate Accounting give readers opportunities to develop problem-solving skills, apply their judgment, and work with real company financials–all of the skills necessary to succeed in the course, and beyond. After mastering these essential skills, readers will not only be prepared to pass the CPA exam, they’ll be able to think like accountants.

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This title is also available with MyAccountingLab – an online homework, tutorial, and assessment program designed to work with Intermediate Accounting to engage students and improve results. From the first day of class, the interactive Accounting Cycle Tutorial gives students ample practice to refresh the basics, allowing instructors to spend valuable class time focusing on intermediate-level concepts and applications. Throughout the course, students test their understanding, receive helpful feedback on their errors, and practice solving accounting problems the way they will in their careers.

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This title is intended for students in the intermediate accounting course, but can also be used as a reference for practicing professionals. Think like an accountant -- from the first day of class, throughout your career. Thinking like an accountant isn’t just rote memorization of accounting rules. Rather, it’s developing th...

Elizabeth A. Gordon, Ph.D., MBA Elizabeth A. Gordon is an associate professor of accounting at the Fox Business School at Temple University, and Merves Research Fellow. She received her Doctorate from Columbia University, Master's in Business Administration from Yale University, and Bachelor's of Science in Accounting with highest d...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:1424 pages, 10.9 × 8.7 × 1.9 inPublished:July 1, 2015Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1.    The Financial Reporting Environment
    2.    The Theory Underlying Financial Reporting
    3.    Judgment and Applied Financial Accounting Research
    4.    Review of the Accounting Cycle
    5.    Statements of Net Income and Comprehensive Income
    6.    Statements of Financial Position and Cash Flows and the Annual Report
    7.    Accounting and the Time Value of Money
    8.    Revenue Recognition
    9.    Cash and Receivables   
    10.    Inventory
    11.    Acquisition, Cost Allocation, and Derecognition of Long-Term Operating Assets
    12.    Departures from Historical Cost of Long-Term Operating Assets
    13.    Operating Liabilities and Contingencies
    14.    Financing Liabilities
    15.    Accounting for Stockholders’ Equity
    16.    Investing Assets
    17.    Accounting for Income Taxes
    18.    Accounting for Leases
    19.    Accounting for Employee Compensation and Benefits
    20.    Earnings Per Share
    21.    Accounting Changes and Errors
    22.    The Statement of Cash Flows Revisited