Frank Wood's Business Accounting, 15th edition

Published by Pearson (June 25, 2021) © 2021

  • Alan Sangster University of Aberdeen
  • Lewis Gordon University of Liverpool
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For undergraduate degrees and professional courses in Accounting or Business.

Prepare for exams and learn essential accounting techniques with this bestselling and straightforwardintroduction to financial accounting

A well-structured, easy-to-read introduction to the subject. Packed full of examples, it is a must-have for students and professionals alike.' Dr Sarah Borthwick, Edinburgh Napier University

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  • Part 1 Introduction to financial accounting
  • The background and the main features of financial accounting
  • Recording transactions
  • Inventory
  • The effect of profit or loss on capital and the double entry system for expenses and revenues
  • Balancing-off accounts
  • The trial balance
  • Multiple-choice questions: Set 1
  • Part 2 The financial statements of sole proprietors
  • Income statements
  • Balance sheets
  • Income statements and balance sheets: further considerations
  • Accounting concepts and the conceptual framework
  • Part 3 Books and transactions
  • Books of original entry and ledgers
  • Cash books
  • The analytical petty cash book and the imprest system
  • Accounting for sales, purchases and returns
  • The journal
  • Value added tax (VAT)
  • Multiple-choice questions: Set 2
  • Part 4 Adjustments to financial statements
  • Maths for accounting
  • Inventory valuation
  • Bad debts, allowances for doubtful debts, and allowances for prompt payment discounts
  • Capital expenditure and revenue expenditure
  • Depreciation
  • Accruals and prepayments
  • Multiple-choice questions: Set 3
  • Part 5 Controls, checks and errors
  • Control accounts
  • Bank reconciliations
  • Errors not affecting the balancing of the trial balance
  • Suspense accounts and errors
  • Single entry and incomplete records
  • Scenario questions
  • Part 6 Further accounting procedures
  • Introduction to the statement of cash flows
  • Receipts and payments accounts and income and expenditure accounts
  • Joint ventures
  • Multiple-choice questions: Set 4
  • Part 7 Accounting for partnerships
  • Partnerships
  • Goodwill for sole proprietors and partnerships
  • Revaluation of partnership assets
  • Partnership dissolution
  • Part 8 Accounting for companies
  • Introduction to accounting for companies
  • The published financial statements of companies
  • The statement of cash flows for companies
  • Part 9 An introduction to financial analysis
  • Accounting ratios
  • Analysis and interpretation of financial statements
  • Part 10 Accounting today
  • Accounting today
  • Multiple-choice questions: Set 5
  • Appendices
  • Answers to review questions
  • Answers to multiple-choice questions
  • Glossary

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