Frank Wood's Business Accounting, Volume 1

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Financial Times/Prentice Hall, 2005 - Business & Economics - 765 pages
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Known as the 'Bible' of accounting this book offers a thorough introduction to financial accounting. Full coverage of special accounting procedures and partnerships are retained in this modernized version of the two volumes, logically taking the reader through a typical first year course. Business Accounting is the world's best-selling textbook on bookkeeping and accounting. It gives clear explanations, in straightforward language, with a wealth of worked examples and a large number of questions and answers. These features have made it for many years the number one choice for both students and lecturers. Literally millions of students have studied and passed accounting examinations using Business Accounting. Activities designed to broaden and reinforce students' understanding of concepts Glossary defining key terms and concepts, referenced to the chapter in which they appear Sets of 20 multiple choice questions positioned in the book at relevant points, with answers given in Appendix 2 Notes for Students to help them with their studies and examinations

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accounting is a the art of recording classifying summrising and communicating finacialinformation to users for corret decision making.

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