The Financial Reporting Project and Readings / Edition 3by Bruce Baldwin
Pub. Date: 07/27/2001
Publisher: Thomson South-Western
Baldwin requires users to obtain and analyze live financial statements from publicly-traded firms. Accounting textbooks often use uncomplicated, make believe examples that isolate specific issues to illustrate a specific point. The result is that readers do not learn that real financial statements do not always appear as neat and tidy as those in textbook examples. See more details below
Baldwin requires users to obtain and analyze live financial statements from publicly-traded firms. Accounting textbooks often use uncomplicated, make believe examples that isolate specific issues to illustrate a specific point. The result is that readers do not learn that real financial statements do not always appear as neat and tidy as those in textbook examples.
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Table of ContentsAssignment 1-A: Choosing a Company (for Individual students). Assignment 1-B: Organizing Your Group (for student Teams). Assignment 1-C: Obtaining Financial Statements. Assignment 2: Basic Company Information. Reading 2. Annuals Remain Top Info. Source. Assignment 3. The Economic, Social, Legal and Political Environment. Reading 3. The Politics of Accounting. Assignment 4-A. Industry Information (for Individual students). Assignment 4-B. Industry Information (for student Teams). Reading 4. International Rulemakers feel heat from U.S. officials. Assignment 5. Initial Review of Annual Report and Financial Statements. Reading 5. Accounting Fraud: Learning from the Wrongs. Assignment 6. The SEC 10-K Report and Proxy Statement. Reading 6. The SEC Wants to Open the Info. Vault. Assignment 7. The Accounting Profession. Reading 7. Going Concerns: Did Accountants Fail to Flag Problems at Dot-Com Casualities. Assignment 8. The Income Statement. Reading 8. What the Earnings Reports Don'tTell You. Assignment 9. Current Assets and Current Liabilities. Reading 9. A Thief Among Us. Assignment 10. Long-Term Assets. Reading 10. Goodwill Hunting: Accounting Change May Lift Profits, But Stock Prices May Not Follow Suit. Assignment 11. Long-Term Liabilities. Reading 11. Corporate Money Managers Begin to Get Some Respect. Assignment 12. Stockholders_ Equity. Reading 12. Don't be Fooled by Stock-Split Mania. Assignment 13. Segment Information. Reading 13. Accounting for Differences. Assignment 14: The Cash Flow Statement. Reading 14. Fading Beauty. Assignment 15: Capstone Project. Appendix.
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