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Basic Accounting Books

Second Edition

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Basic Accounting Concepts, Principles, and Procedures, Volumes 1 & 2, second edition, provide the student and self-study user a complete introduction to financial accounting at a price that ensures outstanding value. Together, both volumes and included disks provide a resource that contains all the individual topics that are typically required in a first-course accounting class, plus extra content that serves as enrichment and a practical reference resource. The content includes:

  • Academic-quality texts with comprehensive content explained in an easy to understand, step-by-step manner.
  • Extra reinforcement at key points, such as the enhanced introduction to business and accounting.
  • Over 1,700 questions and problems with available solutions in disk and online - no access codes required.
  • Cumulative tests with in-text solutions and review guidance based on results.
  • Unlimited accounting forms and templates on disk needed for practice and general use.
  • Internet exercises to guide the reader in building an accounting resources folder.

Additional Content

  • Special tips and practical help, such as a checklist for accounting software, what to do when you cannot balance the checkbook (bank reconciliation) and accounting ethics guidelines and case studies.
  • Comprehensive basic math review in disk.
  • Alternative recording techniques and error correction methods.

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Worthy & James Publishing is a provider of basic accounting books covering fundamental accounting principles, business accounting, and business math. Topics in financial accounting and business accounting covered include generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), the accounting cycle needed to prepare financial statements such as the balance sheet, income statement, statement of cash flows, statement of stockholders’ equity, and financial statement analysis using ratios and other procedures. Internal control and cash budgets are included.

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