Synopses & Reviews
A Quick, Compact, and Easy-to Understand Resource for Non-Accountants
Accounting for Non-Accountants is the must-have guide for all of us who have never taken an accounting class, are mystified by accounting jargon, and have no clue about balance sheets, income statements, or statements of cash flows.
Whether you own a business, plan on starting one, or just want to control your own assets, you'll find everything you need to know:
How to prepare and use financial statements
How to manage budgets
How to deal with audits and auditors
How to control cash flows
How to use accounting ratios to interpret financial statements
For entrepreneurs or anyone who needs to rush up on accounting fast, this book will have you up and running in no time.
A definite must-have for any business owner
-Julie A. Aydlott, CFE, author of The Quick Guide to Small Business Budgeting
A good choice for anyone who is finding accounting difficult to understand.
-Dr. Richard A. Samuelson, emeritus professor of accounting, San Diego State University
This new edition of the easiest-to-use beginner's guide to accounting features a free online component that works in tandem with essential chapters on balance sheets, income statements, statements of cash flow, double-entry accounting, and more.
It has also been fully updated and revised for 2010, with information on accounting standards and methods key to business today, a chapter on avoiding fraud, and quick answers to top questions. With jargon-free instruction, simple organization, plentiful examples, and real-life scenarios not found in other accounting guides, Accounting for Non-Accountants is the easiest way for beginning accountants to quickly get up to speed on the basics.
Now with free Web-based tests and practice problems for every chapter
This new edition of the Accounting for Non-Accountants, the easiest-to-use beginner's guide to accounting, features a free online component that works in tandem with essential chapters on balance sheets, income statements, statements of cash flow, double-entry accounting, and more.