Table of Contents
Introduction. Part 1. Commonly Used Generally Accepted. One. Financial Statement Reporting: The Income Statement. Two. Financial Statement Reporting: The Balance Sheet. Three. Financial Statement Reporting: Statement of Cash Flows and Other Disclosures. Four. Accounting and Disclosures. Five. Key Financial Accounting Areas. Part 2. Analyzing Financial Statements. Six. Financial Statement Analysis. Part 3. Managerial Accounting. Seven. Appraising Segmental Performance. Eight. Analysis of Projects, Proposals, and Special Situations. Nine. Quantitative Applications and Modeling in Accounting. Part 4. Auditing, Compiling, And Reviewing Financial Statements. Ten. Auditing Procedures. Eleven. Compilation, Review, and Other ReportingServices. Twelve. Auditing Standards. Thirteen. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. Part 5. Taxation. Fourteen. Tax Research. Index.
Joel G. Siegel, PhD, CPA, is the author of over fifty books and has written hundreds of articles for accounting and financial journals. Dr. Siegel has acted as consultant in accounting issues to many organizations, including IT&T, Citicorp, and Person-Wolinsky CPA Review. Nick Dauber, MS, CPA, is an author of accounting and auditing books, has served as book reviewer for major book publishers, and has had articles published in many professional accounting journals. He is Instructor of Auditing and Taxation at Queens College of the City University of New York. Jae K. Shim, PhD, has authored or coauthored more than fifty professional and college accounting books. He is CEO of Delta Consulting Co., a financial consulting and training firm and has been a consultant to commercial and nonprofit organizations for over thirty years.
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