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    Financial and Managerial Accounting 9th edition

    Financial and Managerial Accounting 9th edition by Carl S. Warren and James M. Reeve

    # Hardcover: 1223 pages
    # Publisher: South-Western College Pub; 9 edition (November 2, 2006)
    # Language: English
    # ISBN-10: 0324401884
    # ISBN-13: 978-0324401882

    With a firm understanding of the changing needs of students, FINANCIAL AND MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING, 9E, leads students to accounting mastery using an integrated learning system. Building on the authors' proven approach, students are guided through the preparation of financial statements as the authors artfully provide a framework for understanding what accounting is all about and accounting's evolving role in business.

    * Example Exercises: Based on extensive market feedback, Example Exercises were developed to reinforce concepts and procedures in a bold, new way. Like a teacher in the classroom, students follow the authors' example to see how to complete accounting applications as they are presented in the text. This feature also provides a list of Practice Exercises that parallel the Example Exercises so students get the practice they need.
    * "At a Glance" Chapter Summary: The "At a Glance" summary grid ties everything together and helps students stay on track. First, the Key Points recap the chapter content for each chapter objective. Second, the related Key Learning Outcomes list all of the expected student performance capabilities that come from completing each objective. In case students need further practice on a specific outcome, the last two columns reference related Example Exercises and their corresponding Practice Exercises. In addition, the "At a Glance" grid guides struggling students from the assignable Practice Exercises to the resources in the chapter that will help them complete their homework. Through this intuitive grid, all of the chapter pedagogy links together in one cleanly integrated summary.
    * Interesting Chapter Openers: Building on the strengths of past editions, these openers continue to relate the accounting and business concepts in the chapter to students' lives. These openers employ examples of real companies and provide invaluable insight into real practice. Several of the openers created especially for this edition focus on interesting companies such as Apple; Dollar Tree; Hasbro; and News Corporation (Fox), the parent company of the hit television shows AMERICAN IDOL and THE SIMPSONS.
    * Financial Analysis and Interpretation: Beginning with Chapter 1, the "Financial Analysis and Interpretation" section at the end of each financial accounting chapter introduces relevant key ratios used throughout the textbook. Students connect with the business environment as they learn how stakeholders interpret financial reports. This section covers basic analysis tools that students will use again in Chapter 15, "Financial Statement Analysis." Furthermore, students get to test their proficiency with these tools through special activities and exercises at the end of each chapter. To ensure a consistent presentation, a unique icon is used for both the section and related end-of-chapter materials.
    * Business Connections and Comprehensive Real-World Notes: Students get a close-up look at how accounting operates in the marketplace through a variety of items in the margins and in the "Business Connections" boxed features. In addition, a variety of end-of-chapter exercises and problems employ real-world data to give students a feel for the material that accountants see daily. No matter where they are found, elements that use material from real companies are indicated with a unique icon for a consistent presentation.
    * Integrity, Objectivity, and Ethics in Business: In each chapter, these cases help students develop their ethical compass. Often coupled with related end-of-chapter activities, these cases can be discussed in class or students can consider the cases as they read the chapter. Both the section and related end-of-chapter materials are indicated with a unique icon for a consistent presentation.
    * Continuing Case Study: Students follow a fictitious company, NetSolutions, throughout Chapters 15, which demonstrates a variety of transactions. To help students connect to the world of accounting, the NetSolutions transactions in Chapters 1 and 2 are often paired with nonbusiness events to which students can easily relate.
    * Summaries: Within each chapter, these synopses draw special attention to important points and help clarify difficult concepts.
    * Self-Examination Questions: Five multiple-choice questions, with answers at the end of the chapter, help students review and retain chapter concepts.
    * Illustrative Problem and Solution: A solved problem models one or more of the chapter's assignment problems so that students can apply the modeled procedures to end-of-chapter materials.
    * Market Leading End-of-Chapter Material: Students need to practice accounting so that they can understand and use it. To give students the greatest possible advantage in the real world, CORPORATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING, 10E, goes beyond presenting theory and procedure with comprehensive, time-tested end-of-chapter material.

    Table of contents:
    1. Introduction to Accounting and Business.
    2. Analyzing Transactions.
    3. The Adjusting Process.
    4. Completing the Accounting Cycle.
    5. Accounting for Merchandising Businesses.
    6. Inventories.
    7. Sarbanes Oxley, Internal Controls, & Cash.
    8. Receivables.
    9. Fixed Assets and Intangible Assets.
    10. Current Liabilities & Payroll.
    11. Corporations: Organization, Capital Stock Transactions, and Dividends.
    12. Long-Term Liabilities: Bonds and Notes
    13. Investments and Fair Value Accounting
    Complete Financial Statements for Mornin' Joe.
    14. Statement of Cash Flows.
    15. Financial Statement Analysis.
    16. Introduction to Managerial Accounting.
    17. Job Order Cost Systems.
    18. Process Cost Systems.
    19. Cost Behavior and Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis.
    20. Variable Costing for Management Analysis
    21. Budgeting.
    22. Performance Evaluation Using Variances from Standard Costs.
    23. Performance Evaluation for Decentralized Operations.
    24. Differential Analysis and Product Pricing.
    25. Capital Investment Analysis.
    26. Cost Allocation and Activity-Based Costing.
    27. Cost Management for Just-in-Time Environments.
    Appendix A: Interest Tables.
    Appendix B: Reversing Entries.
    Appendix C: Special Journals and Subsidiary Ledgers.
    Appendix D: Merchandising End-of-Period Spreadsheet.
    Appendix E: Annual Report.
    Appendix F: International Financial Reporting Standards to the TOC.
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