Contemporary Accounting PDF

Contemporary Accounting PDF

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Providing a wealth of up-to-date local and international examples, Contemporary Accounting provides students with an engaging introduction to modern accounting principles, issues and practices. It covers the requirements of a one-semester course at the undergraduate and MBA levels for both accounting and non-accounting majors, providing a clear understanding of financial statements through clearly identified learning objectives and key concepts. While being easy to read and understand, students will also benefit from the comprehensive glossary. Maintaining its student-friendly worksheet-based approach to the teaching of introductory accounting, this new edition of the textbook has been significantly updated to better integrate financial and management accounting. Some of the Financial Accounting chapters have been re-written to give the non-accounting manager a better understanding of how accountants see their business while the Management Accounting chapters have been reworked significantly to promote the role and decision-making needs of the non-accounting manager. This ninth edition introduces management accounting specialist Peter Robinson to work on the Management Accounting chapters. Peter has won multiple teaching awards and brings this practical approach to bear when bringing the role and decision-making needs of the non-accounting executive to the fore. Peter joins the new lead author, Phil Hancock, to ensure that the contemporary is brought back to Contemporary Accounting. Peta Stevenson-Clarke is also joining the author team as the author of the digital supplementary material. Peta will bring her considerable teaching expertise to the content of the PowerPoints and quizzes that will accompany the text.Operating costs for an item of capital investment include not just its operating and maintenance costs, but also the cost ... tools, support services such as materials handling, quality control, energy, training provided to newly recruited staff and so on. ... For example, a firm is choosing between two ICT projects: X and Y. Project X costs significantly more, but is known to ... they believe that improved customer service can still be delivered through the use of more up-to-date customer-facing anbsp;...

Title:Contemporary Accounting PDF
Author:Mike Bazley, Phil Hancock, Peter Robinson
Publisher:Cengage Learning Australia - 2014-10-03


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