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- Double-entry bookkeeping
- Adjustments and financial statements
- Inventory systems
- Subsidiary ledgers and special journals
- Cash controls
- Evaluating accounts receivable
- Operating assets
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Elizabeth A. Minbiole, CPA, MBA, is an associate professor at Northwood University in Midland, Michigan,where she teaches accounting principles, cost accounting, and financial statement analysis; as well as managerial accounting in the Richard DeVos Graduate School of Management.
Table of Contents
Principles of Accounting.
Analyzing and Recording Transactions.
Adjustments and Financial Statements.
Completion of the Accounting Cycle.
Accounting for a Merchandising Company.
Subsidiary Ledgers and Special Journals.