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CliffsQuickReview course guides cover the essentials of your toughest classes. Get a firm grip on core concepts and key material, and test your newfound knowledge with review questions.
"CliffsQuickReview Accounting Principles I" is your logical, easy-to-grasp guide to understanding the language of business. This guide introduces each topic, defines key terms, and walks you through each sample problem step-by-step. In no time, you'll be ready to tackle the key concepts in this book such asGenerally accepted accounting principlesDouble-entry bookkeepingAdjustments and financial statementsInventory systemsSubsidiary ledgers and special journalsCash controlsEvaluating accounts receivableOperating assets
"CliffsQuickReview Accounting Principles I" acts as a supplement to your textbook and to classroom lectures. Use this reference in any way that fits your personal style for study and review -- you decide what works best with your needs. Whether you read the book from cover to cover or focus on select topics, you always get clear, jargon-free explanations of the fundamentals, supplemented with equations, charts, and tables.
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Elizabeth A. Minbiole, CPA, MBA, is an associate professor at Northwood University in Midland, Michigan, where she teaches accounting principles, cost accounting, and financial statement analysis; as well as managerial accounting in the Richard DeVos Graduate School of Management.
Reviews - What do customers think about Accounting Principles I (Cliffs Quick Review)?
This Book is a MUST for All Newbies!!! Nov 29, 2007
Most (though not all) accounting textbooks tend to be dull, verbose, and poorly organized. This phenomenon often makes new students to accounting feel overwhelmed and confused. HAVE NO FEAR! If you are looking for a short, direct, super-clear, quick-and-dirty, no-nonsense 'handbook' to introductory accounting principles, GET THIS BOOK! Use it to supplement your Accounting 101 class. In fact, this little tome is SO good, I actually ended up using it instead of our regular class text (by McQuaig). A+++++++++
Good reference book Jan 4, 2007
I purchased this book for my business library and was not disappointed.
Good supplemental review book Jul 4, 2006
This book does not make the subject of accounting interesting. However, it is a good (brief) review guide.