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Intermediate Financial Accounting 18/e - IE


ISBN13:  9780538479721|1632pages|paperback|©2012|
James D. Stice - University of Brigham Young
Earl K. Stice - University of Brigham Young

This intermediate accounting text links accounting principles to the central activities of a business. A user/decision-making approach combined with the necessary coverage of GAAP and IFRS prepares students to understand accounting in terms of the activities of a business, which reflects the broadening definition of accounting today. With this edition's focus on codification, it will equip students with all that is the modern accounting environment.
The text's efficient format does not overwhelm students, and its accessible style provides an alternative to more encyclopedic, reference-book approaches. The book offers a blend of the core concepts of accounting principles with procedural applications. This approach is supplemented with the most expansive set of end-of-chapter material on the market, a thorough integration of today's hot topics (the only intermediate text with an entire chapter on earnings management), and a robust selection of student and instructor print and technology resources.
Table of Contents
Ch 1 Financial Reporting
Ch 2 A Review of the Accounting Cycle
Ch 3 The Balance Sheet and Notes to the Financial Statements
Ch 4 The Income Statement
Ch 5 Statement of Cash Flows and Articulation
Ch 6 Earnings Management
Ch 7 The Revenue/Receivables / Cash Cycle
Ch 8 Revenue Recognition
Ch 9 Inventory and Cost of Goods Sold
Ch 10 Investments in Noncurrent Operating Assets--
Ch 11 Investments in Noncurrent Operating Assets--
Utilization and Retirement
Ch 12 Debt Financing
Ch 13 Equity Financing
Ch 14 Investments in Debt and Equity Securities
Ch 15 Leases
Ch 16 Income Taxes
Ch 17 Employee Compensation--Payroll, Pensions, and
Other Compensation Issues
Ch 18 Earnings per Share
Ch 19 Derivatives, Contingencies, Business Segments,
and Interim Reports
Ch 20 Accounting Changes and Error Corrections
Ch 21 Statement of Cash Flows Revisited
Ch 22 Accounting in a Global Market
Ch 23 Analysis of Financial Statements