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A fully revised guidebook on the basics of accounting— updated to cover an increasingly complex financial arena
In the wake of recent accounting scandals, most managers now realize they need to know more about the inner workings of finance. Many, however, don't know where they will find the time. The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course in Finance for Non-Financial Managers is designed to give readers a working mastery of all finance essentials in just 36 hours and has now been updated to help readers understand the substantial regulatory and practical changes that have taken place in the new world of business accounting. This hands-on workbook delivers its information in accessible and reader-friendly style, including self-study questions and case studies for each chapter. Information new to this edition includes:
Now the busy professional can gain a working knowledge of finance and understand how the numbers relate to decisions they must make every day. This complete guide offers all the essentials of financial reporting and budgeting and features self-tests at the end of each chapter to assure that each basic concept is mastered before the student moves on to the next. 36 illustrations.