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About Financial Accounting Volume 1 deals with the concepts, principles and procedures of financial accounting. Volume 2 (suitable for NQF level 6) deals with accounting for partnerships, close corporations, branches and manufacturing entities.
This edition has been updated with the March 2018 Conceptual Framework and introduces International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs) to readers. The standards that are covered in Volume 2 are IAS 1 (presentation of financial statements), an introduction to financial instruments, and IAS 7 (cash flows).
This textbook is suitable as the main study reference for Financial Management courses, or the financial management-part of Management Accounting courses, ranging from second-year undergraduate courses (registered at NQF6, level six of the National Qualifications Framework) up to and including postgraduate courses (at NQF8). The more advanced sections of this book are clearly labelled as such.
Fundamental Accounting presents the basic yet essential knowledge required or first-year financial accounting courses at universities and universities of technology.
In this eighth edition, the excellent foundations of previous editions have been built on to include:
It’s easy-to-understand presentation of complex accounting concepts and principles, its logical, conceptual approach, and numerous working examples make the content accessible and the study of accounting less intimidating. Excel with Fundamental Accounting… your first step to success and a solid foundation for further studies in accounting.
About Financial Accounting Volume 2 covers some management accounting principles such as budgets and the analysis and interpretation of financial statements.
It introduces the reader to companies and discusses ordinary shares and different types of preference shares, the calculation of dividends in respect of the different share types, conversions and debentures issues at par, at a discount and at a premium.
This work is written for an introductory course in Financial Accounting and is aimed at students enrolled for a degree in accounting or a degree in business studies, of which accounting is a substantial element.
This book presents an accessible introduction to the fundamentals of financial accounting for South African students. It covers the basic concepts underlying financial statements and the terminology and methods that allow students to interpret, analyse and evaluate financial statements. This edition aligns with international financial reporting standards to provide students with an up-to-date and appropriate foundation to financial accounting.
This book of questions, exercises and problems has been prepared to accompany the textbook, A Concepts-Based Introduction to Financial Accounting by David Kolitz. It has corresponding chapters for ease of reference.
Questions, exercises and problems in Financial Accounting can also be used independently of the Kolitz text as a Tutorial tool for financial accounting courses at a tertiary level.
Each chapter is divided into a selection of questions, exercises and problems.
The book and accompanying solutions are up-to-date with the requirements of the 2018 Conceptual Framework as well as the latest requirements of International Financial Reporting Standards.
Accounting literature refers to the procedural and conceptual approaches in the teaching of an introductory accounting course. This book integrates these two approaches by teaching students to understand the why of accounting before considering the how of accounting. The pedagogical philosophy used is referred to as the `concepts model', hence the title. This impacts on both the order of teaching of the topics, as well as how various topics are taught. A strong emphasis is placed on comprehending the conceptual framework, and especially on understanding and applying definitions and recognition criteria of the elements of the financial statements. Students are able to acquire a conceptual understanding of each topic before considering the procedural aspects. The fifth edition of A Concepts-based Introduction to Financial Accounting is up to date with the latest requirements of International Financial Reporting Standards. It incorporates expanded pedagogical features such as learning path tools at the beginning of each chapter and extracts from published financial statements within each chapter that relate to the chapter content. These complement the existing features including the highlighting of key definitions in the text and the integration of pause and reflect scenarios in each chapter. This textbook has an accompanying question book by DL Kolitz and M Kolitz, Questions, Exercises and Problems in Financial Accounting: A Concepts-Based Introduction. Lecturers' support material for the fifth edition include PowerPoint slides and teaching notes for each chapter on how to present the concepts-based approach. These are only made available to prescribing institutions. Support material for students includes lecture-readiness tests that assess students' understanding of each chapter in preparation for lectures. These are made available via the prescribing institutions.
Substantially revised for this edition and packed with additional question and answer material directly linked to each chapter topic, this Student Manual is the ideal learning tool for students who wish to reinforce their understanding of key management and cost accounting principles and to test their problem-solving abilities. This Student Manual is a companion workbook to accompany `Management and Cost Accounting with CourseMate and eBook Access Card'(ISBN 9781408064313) the international bestseller which has been widely recognised as the definitive textbook on management and cost accounting for over 25 years.
Valuations, Mergers & Acquisitions deals with the valuation of businesses for the purpose of mergers and acquisitions transactions, shareholder exits, capital raising and initial public offerings and covers the key principles involved in valuing businesses as going concerns.
Valuations, Mergers & Acquisitions is relevant to senior undergraduate students taking modules in Valuations and Mergers and Acquisitions as part of Financial Management courses, MBA and MBL students, and SAICA seminar students. The book is also of practical use to corporate financiers and company executives who wish to clarify or research particular areas of concern in valuing a business in practice.
Accounting literature refers to the procedural and conceptual approaches in the teaching of an introductory accounting course. This book integrates these two approaches by teaching students to understand the why, before considering the how of accounting. The pedagogical philosophy used is referred to as the ‘concepts model’, hence the title. This impacts on both the order of teaching of the topics, as well as how various topics are taught. The impact of the concepts-based approach is particularly evident in the chapters relating to the accounting process where students gain a complete conceptual understanding of the underlying transactions before applying the accounting equation and then only processing the transactions through bookkeeping entries. Students are able to acquire a conceptual understanding of each topic before considering the procedural aspects.
The sixth edition of A Concepts-based Introduction to Financial Accounting is up to date with the requirements of the 2018 Conceptual Framework as well as the current requirements of International Financial Reporting Standards.
It incorporates all of the successful pedagogical features of earlier editions such as learning path tools at the beginning of each chapter, the highlighting of key definitions in the text, the integration of pause-and-reflect scenarios throughout the text as well as and extracts from published financial statements within each chapter that relate to the chapter content.
The fourth edition of Financial Accounting: IFRS Principles is an accessible, comprehensive and concepts-based South African text that assists readers to understand and apply IFRS.
The pedagogy of the book supports the development of crucial strategies and sound financial reporting knowledge, providing an excellent balance between theory, practice and strategy. It is suitable for second- and third-year courses in financial accounting at universities as well as universities of technology.
This book has been designed to meet the needs of students studying financial accounting at a second year, third year or intermediate honours level.
The list of words covered in this glossary address various areas of this environment: estates, retirement, health-care, short–term insurance, investments, denominations of currency, behavioural finance and business entities. The purpose of this first edition is not to try and provide a “completed” Glossary describing all relevant terminology but rather to have the approach of a continuing development of the Glossary, thus ensuring that it remains relevant not only as a students’ textbook but also as a source of updated reference for the busy financial practitioner.
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Financial Accounting is a text written specifically for the needs of first year business students and is based around the needs of users of accounting information. It builds from definitions through to a clear understanding of accounting statements, their uses and their limitations. The examples and case studies in this text have been tailor-made for the needs of students and, where appropriate, are illustrated with examples from the accounts of well-known companies. The first chapters introduce the basic accounting principles, providing a structure for examining some of the alternative approaches to income measurement and valuation. From this base the student is then introduced to the components of financial statements. The basic format used is that of a worksheet which allows the student to construct their own accounting models using various spreadsheet packages. The second edition of Financial Accounting: An Introduction features an even greater number of practice questions and integrates an international perspective. Financial Accounting will provide a clear and firm foundation for all introductory students on a degree course, an MBA programme or following the professional syllabus of the ACCA, CIMA or the ICAEW.
Get where you need to be with CORNERSTONES OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING, 3e, International Edition. Cornerstones delivers a truly unique learning system that is integrated through the entire introductory managerial accounting journey -- ensuring students will leave the course with the knowledge they need to be future business leaders. Students are guided through: Building A Strong Foundation: Students need to build a strong foundation of the fundamentals before they can move forward in this course. The unique Cornerstones approach gets them through the fundamentals FASTER so that they can transition to analyzing and applying concepts. Understanding Relationships: Rather than focusing on concepts in isolation, students should understand accounting as a system and recognize how the end result changes based on how the numbers affect each other. CORNERSTONES aids students in this step as an important part in training them to be good decision makers. Making Decisions: Armed with the knowledge they have gained from working through the other aspects of the Cornerstones approach, students are now given the tools to bring their knowledge full-circle and practice making good business decisions. Students love this approach because it presents materials the way they learn. Instructors love it because it gets students to master the foundations more quickly and allows more time to learn and apply the analysis and decision making of accounting. Get There with Cornerstones!
The 19th edition of this market-leading text provides a comprehensive overview of financial accounting and reporting, with the aim of ensuring you are able to prepare and also critically discuss IFRS compliant financial statements. With balanced coverage of theoretical principles and up-to-date practical application of current international standards, the authors provide essential knowledge for advancing your studies and career. New to this edition: Chapter 7 'Concepts - evolution of an international conceptual framework' has been re-written following completion of the Conceptual Framework Chapter 18 'Leasing' has been revised in response to IAS 17 being superseded Chapter 30 'An introduction to digital financial reporting' has been revised to discuss further developments in financial reporting on the internet Chapter 31 'Corporate finance' and Chapter 32 'Integrated reporting: sustainability, environmental and social' have been updated to reflect the growing interest in and importance of integrated reporting Updated and refreshed exercises Fully updated coverage of IFRS and IAS including latest IFRS 9, 15 and 16 Key features: Exercises of varying difficulty including questions from past examination papers of professional accounting bodies Illustrations taken from real-world international company reports and accounts Extensive references included at the end of chapters For lecturers, complete solutions to all exercises in book available on catalogue website MyLab Accounting is not included. Students, if MyLab Accounting is a recommended/mandatory component of the course, please ask your instructor for the correct ISBN and course ID. MyLab Accounting should only be purchased when required by an instructor. Instructors, contact your Pearson representative for more information. Barry Elliott has extensive teaching experience at undergraduate, postgraduate and professional levels. He has wide experience as an external examiner in higher education at all levels of professional education. Jamie Elliott is a director who has worked for Deloitte, Huawei and Panasonic. Prior to that, he lectured on undergraduate degree programmes and as Assistant Professor on MBA and Executive Education programmes at the London Business School.
Your plain-English guide to financial accounting for students and trainees. Financial Accounting For Dummies provides students who are studying finance, accounting and business with the basic concepts, terminology, and methods to interpret, analyse, prepare and evaluate financial statements. Covers concepts accountants and other business professionals use to prepare reports; mergers and acquisitions purchase and pooling; free cash flow; and financial statement analysis. Whether you're a student on your way to earning a degree, working towards your ACCA qualification, or a trainee just starting out in your accounts career, Financial Accounting For Dummies gives you a wealth of information to grasp the subject. This UK version is adapted to take in UK accounting practice and international reporting standards Provides a firm grounding in interpreting, analysing, preparing and evaluating corporate financial statements Includes easy-to-understand explanations and real-life examples to consolidate learning
Financial Accounting provides a very accessible and easy-to-follow introduction to the subject. It is intended as a core textbook for students studying financial accounting for the first time: either those following an undergraduate degree in a business school, or non-business studies students studying a financial accounting course. This includes students on both accounting and non-accounting degrees and also MBA students. It provides a self-contained, introductory, one semester course covering the major aspects of financial accounting. The book is also designed so that students can progress to more advanced follow-up courses so is well suited as an introduction for mainstream accounting graduates or MBA students as a basic text. It should be particularly useful in reinforcing the fundamental theory and practice of introductory financial accounting.
With a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the subject, Financial Accounting for Decision Makers focuses on the ways in which financial statements and information can be used to improve the quality of decision making. The practical emphasis throughout the book ensures the material is always relevant, whilst the authors' style of introducing topics gradually and explaining technical terminology in a clear, friendly style caters for all students, whether on specialist accounting or non-specialist business degrees. Key features: Updated and expanded examples from the real world demonstrate practical applications and the value of key concepts and techniques. Interactive 'open-learning' style, ideal for self-study, encourages you to check your progress continually. Coverage of developments to the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) including an update to the discussion of the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting. Recent changes to corporate governance provisions are explained. Chapter 12 now includes more detail about the role of the auditor. Activities and exercises which enable you to constantly test your understanding and reinforce learning. Key terms, glossary and bulleted summaries providing excellent revision aids. MyLab Accounting is not included. Students, if MyLab Accounting is a recommended/mandatory component of the course, please ask your instructor for the correct ISBN and course ID. MyLab Accounting should only be purchased when required by an instructor. Instructors, contact your Pearson representative for more information. Peter Atrill is a freelance academic and author who has worked with leading institutions in the UK, Europe and SE Asia. He was previously Head of Business and Management and Head of Accounting and Law at Plymouth Business School, Plymouth University. Eddie McLaney is an academic author who was formerly the Accounting Subject Group Leader and Principal Lecturer in Accounting and Finance at Plymouth Business School, Plymouth University.
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