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This textbook is suitable as the main study reference for Financial Management courses, or the financial management-part of Management Accounting courses, ranging from second-year undergraduate courses (registered at NQF6, level six of the National Qualifications Framework) up to and including postgraduate courses (at NQF8). The more advanced sections of this book are clearly labelled as such.
This book presents an accessible introduction to the fundamentals of financial accounting for South African students. It covers the basic concepts underlying financial statements and the terminology and methods that allow students to interpret, analyse and evaluate financial statements. This edition aligns with international financial reporting standards to provide students with an up-to-date and appropriate foundation to financial accounting.
Fundamental Accounting presents the basic yet essential knowledge required or first-year financial accounting courses at universities and universities of technology.
In this eighth edition, the excellent foundations of previous editions have been built on to include:
It’s easy-to-understand presentation of complex accounting concepts and principles, its logical, conceptual approach, and numerous working examples make the content accessible and the study of accounting less intimidating. Excel with Fundamental Accounting… your first step to success and a solid foundation for further studies in accounting.
The fourth edition of Financial Accounting: IFRS Principles is an accessible, comprehensive and concepts-based South African text that assists readers to understand and apply IFRS.
The pedagogy of the book supports the development of crucial strategies and sound financial reporting knowledge, providing an excellent balance between theory, practice and strategy. It is suitable for second- and third-year courses in financial accounting at universities as well as universities of technology.
Valuations, Mergers & Acquisitions deals with the valuation of businesses for the purpose of mergers and acquisitions transactions, shareholder exits, capital raising and initial public offerings and covers the key principles involved in valuing businesses as going concerns.
Valuations, Mergers & Acquisitions is relevant to senior undergraduate students taking modules in Valuations and Mergers and Acquisitions as part of Financial Management courses, MBA and MBL students, and SAICA seminar students. The book is also of practical use to corporate financiers and company executives who wish to clarify or research particular areas of concern in valuing a business in practice.
This book of questions, exercises and problems has been prepared to accompany the textbook, A Concepts-Based Introduction to Financial Accounting by David Kolitz. It has corresponding chapters for ease of reference.
Questions, exercises and problems in Financial Accounting can also be used independently of the Kolitz text as a Tutorial tool for financial accounting courses at a tertiary level.
Each chapter is divided into a selection of questions, exercises and problems.
The book and accompanying solutions are up-to-date with the requirements of the 2018 Conceptual Framework as well as the latest requirements of International Financial Reporting Standards.
Substantially revised for this edition and packed with additional question and answer material directly linked to each chapter topic, this Student Manual is the ideal learning tool for students who wish to reinforce their understanding of key management and cost accounting principles and to test their problem-solving abilities. This Student Manual is a companion workbook to accompany 'Management and Cost Accounting with CourseMate and eBook Access Card'(ISBN 9781408064313) the international bestseller which has been widely recognised as the definitive textbook on management and cost accounting for over 25 years.
Accounting literature refers to the procedural and conceptual approaches in the teaching of an introductory accounting course. This book integrates these two approaches by teaching students to understand the why, before considering the how of accounting. The pedagogical philosophy used is referred to as the ‘concepts model’, hence the title. This impacts on both the order of teaching of the topics, as well as how various topics are taught. The impact of the concepts-based approach is particularly evident in the chapters relating to the accounting process where students gain a complete conceptual understanding of the underlying transactions before applying the accounting equation and then only processing the transactions through bookkeeping entries. Students are able to acquire a conceptual understanding of each topic before considering the procedural aspects.
The sixth edition of A Concepts-based Introduction to Financial Accounting is up to date with the requirements of the 2018 Conceptual Framework as well as the current requirements of International Financial Reporting Standards.
It incorporates all of the successful pedagogical features of earlier editions such as learning path tools at the beginning of each chapter, the highlighting of key definitions in the text, the integration of pause-and-reflect scenarios throughout the text as well as and extracts from published financial statements within each chapter that relate to the chapter content.
This book has been designed to meet the needs of students studying financial accounting at a second year, third year or intermediate honours level.
The list of words covered in this glossary address various areas of this environment: estates, retirement, health-care, short–term insurance, investments, denominations of currency, behavioural finance and business entities. The purpose of this first edition is not to try and provide a “completed” Glossary describing all relevant terminology but rather to have the approach of a continuing development of the Glossary, thus ensuring that it remains relevant not only as a students’ textbook but also as a source of updated reference for the busy financial practitioner.
Your practical step-by-step guide to planning and building cash valuation models. Through a set of comprehensive instructions and templates it provides the tools to build models that will enable you to carry out accurate and informed analysis of your company's cash liabilities, cash flow and value.
If you are buying the ebook, companion files can be downloaded from the digital downloads section of http: //www.financial-models.com/.
For introductory Financial Accounting courses that are not using debits and credits. Relevance for majors and non-majors-accounting concepts explained in a business context. Financial Accounting: A Business Process Approach explains accounting concepts in a way all majors can understand by organizing the material around how a business works. This text's business process approach presents a business topic and then shows the accounting concepts behind it-rather than solely explaining accounting concepts based on the balance sheet order. The new edition is completely integrated with MyAccountingLab-Pearson's Web-based training and assessment software-so students can have unlimited practice and experience more I Get it moments.
For Introductory Financial Accounting courses at the MBA level, and for rigorous undergraduate courses. A unique blend of theory, practice, and robust financial statement analysis. Introduction to Financial Accounting describes the most widely accepted accounting theory and practice with an emphasis on using and analyzing the information in financial statements. This text also compares U.S. GAAP to IFRS where relevant.
This work deals with the concepts in the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting (“Conceptual Framework”) as well as key principles from selected IFRSs, to the degree that it is possible in an introductory work on Financial Accounting. The purpose of this work is to fundamentally prepare students for further studies in Financial Accounting.
Now in its sixth edition, Financial Accounting and Reporting: A Global Perspective is used worldwide by business and management students seeking an essential introduction to the field. Guidance through the complexities of financial accounting is offered from an international and 'user' perspective, based on the latest IFRS Standards. Its comprehensive coverage incorporates original case studies, decision-making orientation and real-life company financial statements from across the globe, maximizing topicality and relevance to provide students with a thorough understanding of real-world business. The fresh, contemporary text design features user-friendly tables, figures and diagrams that make theoretical explanations, such as the technical aspects of accounting transactions, more accessible. End-of-chapter assignments have also been enhanced, so that you now have a range of difficulty levels to choose from. This aids students with independent practice and learning at their own standard of ability.
Written by an expert teacher in Financial Accounting, the eighth edition of this well-respected text retains all the features that have contributed to the book's popularity: focus on the accounting equation, an even greater range of student activities throughout each chapter, a clear and accessible writing style, and extensive use of real-world case studies. With a strong emphasis on the 2018 Conceptual Framework of the International Accounting Standards Board, Financial Accounting: An Introduction guides students in understanding the 'why' and not just the 'what' of financial accounting. Key features: Definitions and terminology are aligned with the 2018 IASB Conceptual Framework Fully up-to-date with the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) New case studies giving examples from real-world companies Activities aligned to each section of a chapter to encourage students to explore and consider issues from different angles Expanded for this edition, experience-driven conversations between two managers are included throughout, updated with an even more practical emphasis Coverage on fair value throughout Exploration of the Strategic Report and Directors' Report Focuses on specific knowledge outcomes, with end-of-chapter self-evaluation Questions are graded according to difficulty to test student understanding Financial Accounting: An Introduction is a core textbook for undergraduates on Business Studies degrees, undergraduates on Accounting courses, students studying accounting for MBA and postgraduate courses, and professional courses where accounting is introduced for the first time. Visit www.pearsoned.co.uk/weetman for a suite of resources to accompany this textbook, including: A companion website for students, containing multiple choice questions to enable you to test your knowledge A complete solutions guide for lecturers PowerPoint slides for each chapter for lecturers
A serious need exists among students and others who have not previously come into contact with the basic principles of financial accounting. Basic financial accounting answers this need. The authors make no assumptions about the reader's prior knowledge of financial accounting. Practical exercises at the end of each chapter allow the reader to test his or her own progress. Basic Financial Accounting is an ideal introductory or bridging text for students new to the subject, their lecturers, and for the general acquisition of the basic concepts of financial accounting. This book will also be very helpful as a revision tool for basic financial accounting concepts and principles. The fourth edition has been thoroughly revised to take into account the latest IFRS terminology. Additional activities have been added to each chapter, and an entirely new chapter has been added on value-added tax.
Your plain English guide to financial accounting for students and trainees. Financial Accounting For Dummies provides students who are studying finance, accounting and business with the basic concepts, terminology, and methods to interpret, analyse, prepare and evaluate financial statements. Covers concepts accountants and other business professionals use to prepare reports; mergers and acquisitions purchase and pooling; free cash flow; and financial statement analysis. Whether you re a student on your way to earning a degree, working towards your ACCA qualification, or a trainee just starting out in your accounts career, Financial Accounting For Dummies gives you a wealth of information to grasp the subject. * This UK version is adapted to take in UK accounting practice and international reporting standards * Provides a firm grounding in interpreting, analysing, preparing and evaluating corporate financial statements * Includes easy to understand explanations and real-life examples to consolidate learning
The primary aim of Financial Accounting: Applied Questions is to provide a spectrum of practical questions applicable to a typical first-year accounting syllabus.
The questions in this question book will test students' insight and will make a valuable contribution to the development of the skills required to be successful in accounting.
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