Intermediate Accounting / Edition 3by Loren A. Nikolai, John D. Bazley, Richard G. Schroeder, Isaac N. Reynolds
This is the new edition of an intermediate-level text that covers accounting principles and procedures and their applications in the business world. See more details below
This is the new edition of an intermediate-level text that covers accounting principles and procedures and their applications in the business world.
Table of ContentsPART I FINANCIAL REPORTING: CONCEPTS, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, AND RELATED DISCLOSURES 1 The Environment of Financial Reporting 2 Financial Reporting: Its Conceptual Framework 3 The Balance Sheet and Statement of Changes in StockholdersU Equity 4 The Income Statement and Statement of Cash Flows 5 Additional Aspects of Financial Reporting and Financial Analysis PART II FINANCIAL REPORTING: ASSET MEASUREMENT AND INCOME DETERMINATION 6 Cash and Receivables 7 Inventories: Cost Measurement and Flow Assumptions 8 Inventories: Special Valuation Issues 9 Property, Plant, and Equipment: Acquisition and Disposal 10 Depreciation and Depletion 11 Intangibles PART III FINANCIAL REPORTING: VALUATION OF LIABILITIES AND INVESTMENTS 12 Current Liabilitites and Contingencies 13 Long-Term Liabilities and Receivables 14 Investments PART IV FINANCIAL REPORTING: STOCKHOLDERSU EQUITY 15 Contributed Capital 16 Earnings Per Share and Retained Earnings PART V FINANCIAL REPORTING: SPECIAL TOPICS 17 Income Recognition and Measurement of Net Assets 18 Accounting for Income Taxes 19 Accounting for Postemployment Benefits 20 Accounting for Leases 21 The Statement of Cash Flows 22 Accounting Changes and Errors APPENDICES A The Coca-Cola Company 1994 Annual Report: Financial Section B List of Official Pronouncements of the AICPA and FASB
C Review of the Accounting Process D Compound Interest E Primary and Fully Diluted Earnings Per Share
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