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Accounting: The Ultimate Guide to Accounting for Beginners – Le...
by Greg Shields

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English

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Publication Date

April 22, 2017

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<h2>Say goodbye to scratching your head in confusion</h2><br /><b>This accounting book could be the answer you're looking for...</b><br /><br />This book is intended for people who want to know something about the fundamentals of financial accounting without becoming an accountant. Many people are in this position; small business owners, employers, employees, business owners, stockholders, investors, and many, many more. Most of these folks do not need a deep understanding of accounting; they just need to learn what accounting is and how they should be using it. Just as important, they need to understand what accountants are talking about in their reports. They must learn the vocabulary and the most important terms. If you are one of those, you have found the right book for you. <br /><br />We will examine this subject in some detail, discussing accounting fundamentals, the various areas where accounting professionals work and the information they produce. We will also examine the measures and ratios that accountants use to analyze an organization's performance and the important relationship between time and money. The fact that information is the product of accounting will remain foremost in this book.<br /><br /><h2>Here are just some of the topics that are discussed within this book:</h2><br /><ul><li>Accounting is Different From Bookkeeping</li><li>Understanding the Vocabulary</li><li>Accounting Reports: The Income Statement</li><li>The Balance Sheet</li><li>The Cash Flow Statement</li><li>The Accounting Equation</li><li>The CPA and Public Accounting</li><li>Jobs in Accounting: Financial Accounting</li><li>Tax Accounting</li><li>Accounting Consultants</li><li>Forensic Accounting</li><li>Personal Accounting</li><li>Measures and Ratios</li><li>Accounting Software</li><li>And Much, Much More</li></ul><b>So, what are you waiting for? Start your learning now by downloading this magnificent book</b><br />
LA CONTABILIDAD ....DESPUES DE LA CONTABILIDAD (Spanish Edition)
by VICTOR MANUEL LANG

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Spanish

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Publication Date

April 22, 2017

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Hago una descripcion sobre esta ciencia "La Contabilidad", sus origenes, estado actual de su evolución y mis ideas sobre la proyeccion y futuro de esta ciencia a la luz de los avances en el resto de las ciencias ,el desarrollo de nuevas tecnologias, el cuidado del medioambiente , un sentido cada vez mas social y humanistico .
The Impact of Price Uncertainty: A Study of Brazilian Exchange Ra...
by Donald V. Coes

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English

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284

Publication Date

April 21, 2017

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<P>Originally published in 1979. This book addresses three questions regarding uncertainty in economic life: how do we define uncertainty and use the concept meaningfully to provide conclusions; how can the level of uncertainty associated with a particular variable of economic interest be measured; and does experience provide any support for the view that uncertainty really matters. It develops a theory of the effect of price uncertainty on production and trade, takes a graphical approach to look at effects of a mean preserving spread to create rules for ordering distributions, and finishes with an econometric analysis of the effects of Brazil’s adoption of a crawling peg in reducing real exchange rate uncertainty. This is an important early study into the significance of uncertainty.</P>
Cost Accounting in Government: Theory and Applications (Routledge...
by Routledge

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English

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168

Publication Date

April 21, 2017

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<P>Managerial cost accounting is the financial and managerial tool that is used to estimate the organizational cost of products and services in business and government. In recent decades, cost accounting in the United States and other advanced industrial countries has been dominated by discussions of Activity Based Costing or ABC. While ABC can be shown to produce a more accurate estimate of cost than older and more basic types of cost accounting, ABC is not used extensively in many governments. We argue that this recent focus on ABC has stifled examination and discussion of how government cost accounting is being used and how it could be used in practice. The study of cost accounting practice reveals an important and underexplored area of financial management in government.</P><br /><P>Given the scandals that cost accounting estimates can create and that different types of cost accounting can create different estimates of cost it may be reasonable to ask whether the cost accounting exercise is worth it? Cost Accounting in Government: Theory and Applications addresses these unusual and unusually important topics through a series of studies of different government cost accounting practices. The first section of the book presents two chapters on the history and basic elements of cost accounting. The second section of the book provides further discussion and case studies of actual cost accounting practices in the main areas that cost accounting has been used in government: benchmarking the performance of government services, rate setting, grant overhead cost recovery, and cost management. The last two chapters discuss cost accounting practices in Europe and the future of cost accounting. ?These cases span local and federal governments and provide a much needed context to the study of cost accounting in government.</P><br /><P>Aimed at academics, researchers and policy makers in the fields of Accounting, Public Administration, and Government Studies, Cost Accounting in Government: Theory and Applications seeks to address the practical and theoretical gap in government cost accounting research with case studies of different public agencies that are using cost accounting for different purposes. The case studies illustrate that different purposes for cost accounting create unique and interesting cost accounting practices. The case studies provide useful examples of actual cost accounting systems that can inform both research and instruction</P>
Modern Foreign Exchange: Volume 8 (Routledge Library Editions: Ex...
by Hubert C. Walter

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English

Pages

208

Publication Date

April 21, 2017

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<P>Originally published in 1923. This book describes the working of the exchanges, and explains post-war fluctuations. It describes bills, documentary and blank credits, the mechanism of exchange trading and money market; and explains inflation, floating debts, purchasing power parity, international indebtedness and stabilisation. </P>
Expectations and the Foreign Exchange Market: Volume 4 (Routledge...
by Craig S. Hakkio

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English

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112

Publication Date

April 21, 2017

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<P>Originally published in 1984. This book examines two important dimensions of efficiency in the foreign exchange market using econometric techniques. It responds to the macroeconomics trend to re-examining the theories of exchange rate determination following the erratic behaviour of exchange rates in the late 1970s. In particular the text looks at the relation between spot and forward exchange rates and the term structure of the forward premium, both of which require a joint test of market efficiency and the equilibrium model. Approaches used are the regression of spot rates on lagged forward rates and an explicit time series analysis of the spot and forward rates, using data from Canada, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Germany.</P>
The Finance Book (Financial Times Series)
by , Si Hussein

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English

Pages

360

Publication Date

April 21, 2017

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<br /><i>The Finance Book </i>will help you think and manage like a financial strategist. Written specifically for non-finance professionals, it will give you all you need to know to manage your business more effectively and think more strategically.  </br><br /> </br><br />It will help you to:</br><ul> <li>Have the confidence to read and interpret financial statements </li><li>Ask the right questions about financial performance </li><li>Apply important financial tools and ratios </li><li>Learn how to think financially and make better strategic financial decisions</li></ul><br />Covering business finance, accounting fundamentals, budgeting, profitability and cash management, you'll find the tools you need in order to make the best financial decisions for your business.</br><br /> </br><br /><b><i>'Essential reading for any non-finance ‭professional. This is an easy to read and ‭practical guide to the world of finance.’</i></b> ‭Paul Herman, Group CEO, Bluebox ‭Corporate Finance </br><br /> </br><br /><b><i>‭‘A really helpful, well organised and easy to ‭understand primer and reference book for ‭those who aren’t accountants but still need ‭to understand the accounts.’</i></b> ‭Roger Siddle, Chairman, Cordium Group</br><br /> </br><br /><b><i>‘A great book. At last, a guide that ‭demystifies and encourages business ‭owners to practically understand financial ‭matters. A must read.’</i></b> ‭Gordon Vater CEO, RiiG Limited</br>
Easy Tax Management for SMEs: The Small Business Owner's Guide to...
by Brydon Davidson

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English

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Publication Date

April 22, 2017

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<h2>Are Your Taxes Keeping You Awake at Night?</h2><br /><br />Are your Taxes keeping you Awake at night?<br /><br />If you really want to enjoy more of your profits, and a better relationship with your tax department, then who better to get it from the horse’s mouth about how to do exactly that, than from an accountant. Not just any accountant – one who has helped countless entrepreneurs to resolve tax issues by thinking well outside the traditional squares common to tax adviser styled accountants. <br /><br />If you are serious about staying on the right side of your tax office when it comes to paying your taxes and you are serious about being successful in any small – medium sized business, then this book is your number 1 Must Read in 2017.<br /> Especially if:<br /><br />•none of the usual strategies or tools you have tried have worked to help you stay on top of paying the IRD <br />•you’re behind in your taxes and it feels like you’re caught in your own personal groundhog day of having to work to pay back the taxman and you don’t know how to ‘get off’<br />•you’re sick of sleepless nights wondering if you’ll have enough to pay the tax man when you need to<br />•you want a proven way to pay the IRD on time every time<br /><br /> In Brydon Davidson’s latest book in the Business Essentials series, you’re going to discover:<br /><br />•Why timing is everything when it comes to paying your taxes<br />•Six different cases where timing is an issue<br />•The key to paying your tax on time every time<br />•The consequences of not paying the tax man<br />•A simple and proven way to be able to pay your taxes on time every time<br />•And some early warning signs something is wrong with your business and what you can do about them if you see them happening to you<br /><br />NB: This book is particularly aligned to NZ and Australian Tax rules and regulations, but many of the general principles are arguably global. SMEs and entrepreneurs in any western country will find this book very helpful as a management tool.
Corporate Disasters: Financial Reporting Flaws
by Cengage Learning Gale

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English

Pages

114

Publication Date

April 20, 2017

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Corporate Disasters

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