Accounting for Managers and Investors / Edition 2by Michael H. Granof
Pub. Date: 11/13/1992
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
A concise introduction tot he essential elements of managerial and financial accounting. Emphasizes the relationship between financial and managerial topics; compares and contrasts current with alternative accounting practices; uses examples from annual reports of well-known firms. For managers and investment professionals.
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Table of Contents1. Accounting: A Dynamic Discipline.
2. The Accounting Equation and the Three Fundamental Financial Statements.
3. The Accounting Cycle.
4. Accruing Revenues and Expenses.
5. Measuring and Reporting Revenues.
6. Valuation of Assets; Cash and Marketable Securities.
7. Receivables and Payables.
8. Inventories and Cost of Goods Sold.
9. Long-Lived Assets and the Allocation of Their Costs.
10. Liabilities and Related Expenses.
11. Transactions between a Firm and Its Owners.
12. Special Problems of Measuring and Reporting Dividends and Earnings.
13. Intercorporate Investments and Earnings.
14. Statement of Cash Flows.
15. Accounting for Changes.
16. Financial Reporting and Analysis in Perspective.
17. Focus on Costs.
18. Establishing the Cost of a Product.
19. Incremental Costs and Benefits: The Key to Management Decisions.
20. Long-Run Planning, Investment Decisions, and Capital Budgeting.
21. Budgeting for the Shorter-Run.
22. Reporting on and Controlling Performance.
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