The Meaning of Company Accounts first appeared in 1971 and quickly achieved recognition among managers, financial and non-financial alike. It is now seen as the standard text in the subject. It aims to help anyone using company accounts to gain a firm grasp of what they mean and how they relate to business activities. Throughout the book, ideas are developed in a logical, structured sequence, involving a high degree of reader participation, while at the same time being extremely flexible. The workbook approach, including examples to be worked through, enables readers to achieve understanding of topics they may previously have found difficult. This eighth edition has been thoroughly revised to ensure that the text and appendices are current. It includes up-to-date references of both international and UK accounting standards.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||11.68(w) x 8.28(h) x 0.69(d)|
Table of Contents
Contents: Background and structure; Analyzing performance; Financial and stock market ratios; Recording business transactions; Measuring profit or loss; Valuing stock; Fixed assets and depreciation; Capital structure; Group accounts; Company taxation; Cash flow statements; International accounting; Inflation accounting; Interpreting company accounts; Appendices; Solutions; Index.