Chapter: Budgeting and Financial Operation.
Chapter 2: Cash vs. Accrual Accounting.
Chapter 3: Basic Accounting and Financial Operations.
Chapter 4: Effective Use of Footnotes and Financial Ratio Calculations for the Statement of Financial Position.
Chapter 5: Controllable and Uncontrollable Expenses.
Chapter 6: Controllable, Semi-Controllable, and Fixed Expenses.
Chapter 7: Noncash Expenses.
Chapter 8: Effective Footnotes for the Statement of Activity.
Chapter 9: Natural and Functional Statements of Activity.
Chapter 10: Internal Financial Statements.
Chapter 11: Converting Accrual-Method Financial Statements to Cash-Method Financial Statements.
Chapter 12: Budgeting Philosophy.
Chapter 13: Continuous Budgeting System Overview.
Chapter 14: The Executive and the Budget Process.
Chapter 15: Executive Summary.
Chapter 16: Comparative Financial Statements.
Chapter 17: Expense Reduction Plans.
Chapter 18: The Monthly Budgeting Process.
Chapter 19: The Cash Flow Budget.
Chapter 20: Getting the Budget Approved.
Chapter 21: Suggested Format of Budget Documents for an Approving Body.
Chapter 22: The Role of the Budget Coordinator.
Chapter 23: Accounting and Budgeting for Fringe Benefits.
Chapter 24: The Capital Budget and Depreciation.
Chapter 25: Inventory Purchases and Calculation of Cost of Goods Sold.
Chapter 26: Accounting and Budgeting for Dues.
Chapter 27: Capital Assets: Lease-or-Buy Decisions.
Chapter 28: The Long-Range Plan.
Chapter 29: Financial Ratios.
Chapter 30: Zero-Based Budgeting.
Chapter 31: Putting It All Together.