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CPA Exam Preparation 2002: Four Volume Set of Textbooks

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Overview

CPA Exam Preparation 2002: The Lambers CPA Review four-volume set of textbooks contains review material, examples and 3,000 past exam questions and solutions. This four-volume set is for the May and November 2002 CPA exams.
  • Volume One: Financial Accounting and Reporting
  • Volume Two: Accounting and Reporting with Federal Income Taxes
  • Volume Three: Auditing
  • Volume Four: Business Law and Professional Responsibility



The Lambers four-volume set of textbooks has helped over 125,000 candidates pass the CPA exam. For the November 2001 exam a Lambers student received the highest CPA Exam score in the state of North Carolina!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781892115553
  • Publisher: Lambers CPA Review
  • Publication date: 11/15/2001
  • Pages: 2300
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 4.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Volume One: FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING
Chapter One PARTNERSHIPS
Chapter Two CORPORATIONS - STOCKHOLDERS' EQUITY INVESTMENTS IN STOCK
Chapter Three INVENTORIES
Chapter Four CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
Chapter Five EARNINGS PER SHARE, SEGMENT REPORTING
Chapter Six PRICE LEVEL - FOREIGN EXCHANGE
Chapter Seven ACCOUNTING THEORY
Chapter Eight STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS (FASB STATEMENT #95)
Chapter Nine BONDS, ACCOUNTING FOR DEBT
Chapter Ten REVENUE AND EXPENSE RECOGNITION, MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS
Chapter Eleven OTHER ASSETS, LIABILITIES, AND DISCLOSURES
Chapter Twelve REPORTING THE RESULTS OF OPERATIONS
Chapter Thirteen ACCOUNTING FOR INCOME TAXES
Chapter Fourteen ACCOUNTING FOR LEASES, PENSION AND POSTRETIREMENT PLANS
Volume Two: ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING WITH FEDERAL INCOME TAXES
Chapter Fifteen COST ACCOUNTING: ACTUAL COST, JOB ORDER AND PROCESS
Chapter Sixteen COST ACCOUNTING: JOINT PRODUCTS AND STANDARD COSTS
Chapter Seventeen MANAGERIAL ANALYSIS AND CONTROL
Chapter Eighteen MANAGERIAL PLANNING AND CONTROL
Chapter Nineteen GOVERNMENTAL ACCOUNTING
Chapter Twenty NOT-FOR-PROFIT ACCOUNTING
FEDERAL INCOME TAXES Chapter One FILING STATUS AND EXEMPTIONS,
FILING REQUIREMENTS AND PENALTIES
Chapter Two INCOME - INCLUSIONS AND EXCLUSIONS
Chapter Three DEDUCTIONS FOR ADJUSTED GROSS INCOME
Chapter Four DEDUCTIONS FROM ADJUSTED GROSS INCOME
Chapter Five ACCOUNTING METHODS AND PERIODS, AND COMPUTATION OF TAX LIABILITY AND TAX CREDITS
Chapter Six CAPITAL TRANSACTIONS
Chapter Seven PARTNERSHIPS
Chapter Eight C CORPORATIONS
Chapter Nine CORPORATE DISTRIBUTIONS, S CORPORATIONS AND OTHER CORPORATE MATTERS
Chapter Ten TAXATION OF GIFTS, ESTATES AND FIDUCIARIES, AND EXEMPT ORGANIZATIONS
Volume Three: AUDITING
Chapter One INTRODUCTION, GENERAL AND FIELD STANDARDS
Chapter Two THE THIRD STANDARD OF FIELD WORK—EVIDENCE
Chapter Three STANDARDS OF REPORTING
Chapter Four ATTESTATION STANDARDS, GOVERNMENT AUDITING STANDARDS, QUALITY CONTROL STANDARDS
Chapter Five REVIEWS, COMPILATIONS, SPECIAL REPORTS AND OTHER REPORTS
Chapter Six THE AUDIT SAMPLING PROCESS
Chapter Seven ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING
Volume Four: BUSINESS LAW AND PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Chapter One CONTRACTS
Chapter Two SALES
Chapter Three SECURED TRANSACTIONS
Chapter Four COMMERCIAL PAPER
Chapter Five DOCUMENTS OF TITLE
Chapter Six AGENCY
Chapter Seven PARTNERSHIPS
Chapter Eight CORPORATIONS
Chapter Nine ESTATES AND TRUSTS
Chapter Ten BANKRUPTCY
Chapter Eleven SURETY AND DEBT COLLECTION REMEDIES
Chapter Twelve PROPERTY
Chapter Thirteen INSURANCE
Chapter Fourteen SECURITIES ACTS
Chapter Fifteen REGULATION OF EMPLOYMENT AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Chapter Sixteen ACCOUNTANT’S LEGAL LIABILITY
Chapter Seventeen PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY
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