Accounting for Dummies 3rd Ed. CD (Anglais) CD – Version coupée, Livre audio
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Présentation de l'éditeur
Use smart accounting to maximize profits and minimize confusion
Whether you're a small business owner or just want to understand your 401(k) statements, this new edition of Accounting For Dummies helps you get a handle on all those columns of numbers. With fully up-to-date accounting basics for business and personal finances, this book helps you to balance your books and stay in the black.
Discover how to:
Make sense of bookkeeping basics
Read a financial statement
Manage budgets for a better bottom line
Analyze business strengths and weaknesses
Evaluate accounting methods and business structures
Biographie de l'auteur
John A. Tracy, CPA, a former staff accountant at Ernst & Young, taught accounting at the University of Colorado for many years. His other books include the 250,000 copy bestseller, How to Read a Financial Report.
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If you are a small business and want to learn how to "keep the books," this book isn't for you. I think Idiot's Guide to Accounting is more geared for that.
However, If you want to learn the termonology and ideas behind accounting practices this is good. I'm a graduate business student who never had accounting in undergraduate classes. This book was very helpful in "getting me caught up." It also helps you learn to read and understand a financial statement as well.
The book is also well read, easy to read and follow. Termonology is clearly explained and future mention of those ideas have references back to the original explanation. There is a good glossary in the back and the index is very complete.
Go slow and give it time to digest and this book will be an immeasureable help in your understanding of the mechanics of accounting and accounting methods.
The book has a lot less detail about transactions than I had hoped for, and the discussions go on into a lot of philosophical hypothesis for managers. For details, I do not recommend this book, but the review of reporting gave me a lot of insight as to how to structure a database for the accounts and create essential reports on my own.
The book, 'The Accounting Game - Basic Accounting Fresh from the Lemonade Stand' served my purposes much better and directly.