The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Accounting Course

The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Accounting Course

by Robert L. Dixon
     
 

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Aimed at professionals in all fields who want a fast,no-nonsense introduction to the basic principles and procedures of financial accounting,the book contains twenty concise chapters packed with easy-to-read,simple-to-apply information. Plus,it's all written in relaxed,non-technical language that anyone can understand-regardless of their background or training. Most…  See more details below

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Aimed at professionals in all fields who want a fast,no-nonsense introduction to the basic principles and procedures of financial accounting,the book contains twenty concise chapters packed with easy-to-read,simple-to-apply information. Plus,it's all written in relaxed,non-technical language that anyone can understand-regardless of their background or training. Most impressive of all,the book features an array of learning enhancements that are second to none: A Study Plan that maps out the most efficient strategy for using the book,and even suggests convenient start-and-stop points; Self-tests within each chapter that ensure reader comprehension every step of the way; A 100-question final exam that may be submitted by readers for a Certificate of Achievement.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780070170902
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
05/01/1976
Pages:
344

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Meet the Author

Robert L. Dixon, PhD, CPA, was Professor Emeritus of Accounting, Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan.

Harold E. Arnett is Professor Emeritus of Accounting, Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan.

Howard Davidoff, JD, CPA is an associate professor of economics at City University of New York.

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