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This book is designed to help anyone who needs to produce a reasoned interpretation of corporate reports
It helps to answer the "so what" questions (what do the numbers in the report actually show you and how do you find that out).
It is not about how to prepare accounts but about what they tell us. It is designed to help overcome the poor performance that is often mentioned in the examiner's reports from the professional bodies in questions requiring the analysis of corporate reports.
It focuses on the structure and underlying rationale that the examiners often note as missing from student scripts.
It is written in clear English and designed for ease of use.
It will help anyone studying or working in business to understand what a corporate report really means.
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Paul Robins has been a university lecturer and is currently a senior lecturer in the Kaplan Hawksmere team.
His previous experience as an examiner and his current work with professional accountancy examining teams have left him with a keen understanding of the issues within the analysis of corporate reports that cause problems for students in exams and other assignments.
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