Appropriate for a one-term course in financial accounting taught at the undergraduate or MBA level.
“It's not information until you use it to make a decision.” This introductory financial accounting text relates accounting principles to real-life situations, illustrating them in a business context through the use of examples, problems, and infographics. The book's decision-making focus teaches students to apply what they have learned.
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PHAS General Ledger
This Windows-based software reinforces accounting procedures through hands-on activity. PHAS General Ledger software includes problem templates for you to enter your own problems and complete the entire accounting cycle: journalize, post, print multiple reports, and close. A "Quick Tour" overviews the program and gives online "Help."
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