This edition provides business and accounting students with an understanding of the main accounting concepts and their practical application in decision-making.
With a focus on engagement and relevance Accounting for Business Students offers technical depth with the inclusion of business transactions and accounting systems and internal control plus business related examples and cases.
The emphasis is on the application and interpretation of information for decision-making, and the underlying concepts of accounting. Features throughout the text focus on developing an understanding of key accounting principles through the use of relevant and engaging examples.
For educators, when the content is combined with the Enhanced Testbank and Facilitation Guide, the package offers activities and assessment to promote active learning and get students ready for the workplace.
Chapter 1 Introduction to accounting
Chapter 2 Measuring and reporting financial position
Chapter 3 Measuring and reporting financial performance
Chapter 4 Recording transactions-the journal and ledger accounts
Chapter 5 Accounting systems and internal control
Chapter 6 Introduction to limited companies
Chapter 7 Regulatory framework for companies
Chapter 8 Measuring and reporting cash flows
Chapter 9 Corporate social responsibility and sustainability accounting
Chapter 10 Analysis and interpretation of financial statements
Chapter 11 Cost-volume-profit analysis and relevant costing
Chapter 12 Full costing
Chapter 13 Planning and budgeting
Chapter 14 Capital investment decisions
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