Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Financial Accounting 9th Edition, Harrison and Horngren
Financial Accounting 9th Edition PDF Download Ebook. Walter T. Harrison Jr., Charles T. Horngren and C. William Thomas help readers “nail” the accounting cycle up front in order to increase success and retention later on. The concepts and mechanics readers learn in the critical ‘accounting cycle’ chapters are used consistently and repetitively—and with clear-cut details and explanations—throughout the remainder of the text, minimizing confusion.
This edition features a new user-oriented approach along with many new problems, exercises, and analysis questions. Throughout the text, the core concepts and mechanics are brought together using consistent language, format, and formulas. Students also receive thorough explanations and details that show the meaning behind each concept and how to do the computation following it.
So whether it’s the first transaction or the last, students perform the analysis in the same way, reinforcing their understanding, reducing the level of confusion and frustration, and helping them capture those “I get it!” moments.
Chapter 1 introduces the accounting cycle with a brief financial statement overview, using the financial statements of J. Crew Group, Inc. This first exposure to accounting explores financial statements in depth, familiarizes students with using real business data, and points out basic relationships between the different types of statements.
Chapter 2 continues the discussion of the accounting cycle by explaining how to analyze and record basic transactions, and builds in repetition to ensure that students understand the fundamentals when they prepare the trial balance. Chapter 3 concludes the discussion of the accounting cycle with adjusting and closing entries, and preparation of the related trial balances to close the loop for students.
A Mid-Chapter Summary Problem provides a stopping point for students—it gives them an opportunity to repeat the entire process again, using data from a different company, to make sure they’ve “got it”. The End-of-Chapter Summary Problem closes out the chapter and allows the student to practice the process again and really “nail” these fundamental skills.
Students need practice and repetition in order to be successful in learning the fundamentals of financial accounting. This text now contains an additional set of exercises for professors to choose from. 100% of values and dates in the end-of-chapter questions are new. A new set of “B” exercises have been added in every chapter, giving students more opportunities to practice important concepts.
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