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Books in the Library
Accounting Ethics by
The nature of accounting -- Ethical behavior in accounting : what is ethics -- Ethical behavior in accounting : ethical theory -- Accounting as a profession -- Accounting codes of ethics : the principles of the AICPA code -- Accounting codes of ethics : the rules of the AICPA code -- Ethics in auditing. -- The ethics of managerial and financial accounting. -- The ethics of tax accounting. -- The ethics of the accounting firm ; the accounting profession in crisis.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Accounting by
Accurate accounting is key to a successful business. This guide has been updated to include the latest information on changes in the tax codes and health-care benefits. You'll have everything you need to know to manage your dollars and cents and keep your accounts in order.
Tax Savvy for Small Business by
"Create a business tax strategy that will save you time, energy and money. Tax savvy for small business shows you how to: deduct operating expenses; deduct travel, vehicle, and entertainment expenses; take advantage of tax credits; write off long-term assets; compare business structures; keep solid business records, and handle an IRS audit."
Wiley GAAP 2014 by
Interpretation and application of generally accepted accounting principles.
The Essentials of Finance and Accounting for Nonfinancial Managers by
A nuts-and-bolts guide to the issues that drive your organization! It includes strategies for getting your share of the budget • New case studies and practice sessions • An explanation of Sarbanes-Oxley and its relevance to nonfinancial managers • How to manage cash flow in tough times • Fraud detection tools
Accounting Demystified by
he book uses examples of typical business situations to demonstrate basic financial concepts, including: • The accounting process • Financial statements • Making entries • Accounts payable and accounts receivable • Cashflow statements • Fixed and intangible assets • Inventory • Liabilities • Adjusting and closing entries • Prepaid expenses •Preparing a bank reconciliation • Accounting information systems • Stockholders equity • Ratio analysis