Accounting Made Simple: Accounting Explained In 100 Pages Or Less
  • Accounting Made Simple: Accounting Explained In 100 Pages Or Less
  • Accounting Made Simple: Accounting Explained In 100 Pages Or Less
  • Accounting Made Simple: Accounting Explained In 100 Pages Or Less
ISBN: 0981454224
EAN13: 9780981454221
Language: English
Release Date: Dec 18, 2012
Pages: 114
Dimensions: 0.29" H x 8" L x 5" W
Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Format: Paperback

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Book Overview

Find all of the following explained in Plain-English with no technical jargon: The Accounting Equation and why it's so significant How to read and prepare financial statements How to calculate and interpret several different financial ratios The concepts and assumptions behind Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAP) Preparing journal entries with debits and credits Cash method vs. accrual method Inventory and Cost of Goods Sold How to calculate depreciation and amortization expenses

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5
   Better than Dummies
It was an easy read, supplemented with great examples that made the concepts digestible and comprehensible.
 
5
   Five Stars
Concise reviews of subjects that may or may not confuse a regular Josephine trying to pass through accounting.
 
5
   Easy read, I'm very glad I purchased it
I bought it so easily, I am very glad I read it. Good messages and short summaries. It gives you accounting definitions, illustrations and reviews of concepts.
 
5
   Excellent book!!
This book says exactly what its title does. You will not become an expert, but you will have a better understanding.
 
5
   Plain English
This is a good primer for young students entering the accounting profession and for small business owners who want to know the basics without the details. This book is free from jargon and assumes no previous knowledge of accounting. I have never seen another discussion on accounting that covers this much material so quickly.
 
5
   Great book!
This is a great book to open and get a quick overview of accounting. It is very helpful to get a quick answer or a reminder of these accounting basics. I have had this book in my briefcase since I received it and there is where it will stay just in case I need a quick reference.
 
4
   a very useful basic guide
I think this is a wonderful book as short simple explanations go. It is important to note what country you are in, as some formulas and descriptions could slightly differ. I made sure I check with my Australian text and added additional information while using this guide. I love it's simplicity and straight-forward explanations make it easier to grasp accounting terminology. We'll do an excellent guide.
 
5
   Clear, concise, essential
This is an excellent book for those who want to get a good overview of accounting without being overwhelmed by technical terms and details. An excellent help so that you can understand what you are telling your accountant. It is also written in a very pleasant and friendly way.
 
5
   Revealing the Meaning Behind Numbers...
As someone who has never considered myself a Numbers person '', I was relieved that I could understand the accounting ideas, definitions, and principles detailed in this book! In addition, I now recognize the relationship between different aspects of a financial report of a company and where this information is derived in the first place. The author provided many useful examples to help me better understand the principles of accounting. I highly recommend to anyone who is looking for a comprehensive overview of the basics.
 
1
   Not helpful
If you plan on using this for school along with an accounting textbook, I don 't recommend. I bought that because I was looking for a different POV by explaining topics, just something small ''. This author talks about what is in accounting but does not go into much detail at all. Essentially, it is useless. As others said, the font is large and it can really be like a 50-sided book. I also said something about using a school textbook : this book covered only the first 3 chapters of an accounting course.
 
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