For courses in Financial Statement Analysis in departments of accounting, that require a deeper understanding of “where the numbers come from”.
This book is specifically designed to address the changing nature of the Financial Reporting/Intermediate Accounting course and help instructors make that change in their own classrooms. Rather than focusing solely on the details of GAAP and the accounting process, this book provides instructors with an opportunity to present the “big picture” without sacrificing technical underpinnings.
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For Intermediate Accounting, Financial Reporting, and Financial Statement Analysis courses.
Financial Reporting and Analysis, Second Edition reveals the truths hidden behind the numbers and shows the pitfalls to avoid when analyzing financial statements.Review:
"I feel that the book is excellent for both the student who is preparing for the CPA exam and for the student who is preparing to become an analyst on Wall Street." -- Paul Zarowin, NYU
"The book combines solid theory with practical analysis, which creates an excellent accounting foundation for the investment professional." -- Jose Juarez
"This book makes a great tool to teach both Intermediate Accounting as well as Financial Statement Analysis. It is particularly useful as a single text that bridges across both these courses, as we use it at NYU." -- Partha Mohanram, NYU
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