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Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HD2328 .A22 2003
NOTE: Online access is limited to 1 simultaneous user
Oil, gas, & other natural resources -- Real estate & construction -- Financial institutions -- Producers or distributors of films -- Regulated utilities -- State & local government accounting -- Not-for-profit organizations -- Providers of health care services -- Accounting for government contracts -- Pension plans & other postretirement & postemployment benefits -- Stock-based compensation -- Prospective financial statements -- Personal financial statements -- Partnerships & joint ventures -- Estates & trusts -- Valuation of nonpublic companies -- Bankruptcy -- Forensic accounting & litigation consulting services
Accounting Handbook, 6th edition by Jae K. Shim; Joel G. Siegel; Nick Dauber; Anique Qureshi
"An opening overview of financial accounting describes financial statements and presents details on financial reporting requirements and compliance, and U.S. GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) and IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards). Chapters that follow cover cost management, as well as taxation forms and their preparation. An extensive A-to-Z dictionary of accounting terms presents short-entry definitions of everything from Abacus to Z Score." contents description
"This encyclopedia presents more than 400 entries that focus on such subjects as publications in the field, institutional bodies, accounting and economic concepts, accounting issues, authors in accounting, records, leaders in the profession, accounting in various countries, financial court cases, accounting exams and historical researchers."
Volumes 1 & 2 of the 10th edition (2003) of the Accountants' Handbook are available online.
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF5636 .S562 2016
1. What is financial accounting? -- 2. Classification of expenditure and receipt into revenue and capital categories -- 3. Journal -- 4. Ledgers -- 5. Trial balance -- 6. Final accounts -- 7. The mega question -- 8. Valuation of inventory -- Glossary -- Index
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF5635 .E257 2002
The Framework of Accounting -- The Balance Sheet -- Profit Calculated as the Increase in Capital -- The Preparation of Accounts from Cash or Incomplete Records -- The Double Entry System: The Initial Recording of Transactions / Ledger Accounts & the Trial Balance / Periodic Accounting Reports -- Asset Valuation, Profit Measurement & the Underlying Accounting Concepts -- Partnerships -- Company Accounts -- Interpretation of Accounts: The Cash Flow Statement / Ratio Analysis -- Decision-Making -- Standard Costing & Budgetary Control
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF5636 .S857 2008
"Financial Accounting is an accessible introduction to the subject that will help readers to master key concepts and enhance their thinking skills in line with course requirements. It provides support on how to revise for exams and prepare for and write assessed pieces."
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF5657.4 .G388 2006
"This text provides easy access to the key themes in management accounting and an overview of its business context. It gives helpful summaries of the approach taken by the main textbooks on the course, sample exam questions and answers, and much more."
Call Number: UCF Main Library General Collection - 3rd Floor -- HF5657.4.C648 2005
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"This book sets out clear explanations of practical management accounting techniques in the context of the application of these techniques to decisions. It recognizes practice through case studies and summarizes published research. Uniquely, it examines the analytical and critical issues that often influence decision makers operating within private and public sector organizations."
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"The first English-Spanish translation dictionary of accounting terms to cover the differences in accounting terminology for Spanish-speaking countries This bilingual Accounting Dictionary offers not only English-Spanish and Spanish-English translations of accounting terms but also a Spanish-Spanish section correlating the different terms used in major Spanish-speaking countries: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Spain, & Venezuela."
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"The Dictionary of Auditing is a one-stop resource for key auditing terminology, concepts, and processes essential to auditors and of increasing interest to those that work with them. Covers key regulatory developments such as Sarbanes Oxley and provides links for further reading."
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"The Blackwell Encyclopedic Dictionary of Accounting provides clear, concise and highly informative definitions and explanations of the key concepts in accounting."
The Complete Dictionary of Accounting & Bookkeeping Terms Explained Simply by Cindy Ferraino
"This book was written for every small business owner who feels they do not have a full grasp of what they are doing with their profits, expenses, payroll, and taxes and would like to take more control of them. You will learn every possible method you need to understand and speak the language of your accountant and bookkeeper or to take over the process yourself. Learn the hundreds of necessary terms and the methods used by these two fields."
Dictionary of Accounting & Finance, 2nd edition by Raymond Brockington
"Apart from mainstream accounting and finance, the author has included the more frequently encountered terms for pensions, company law, taxation, insurance, investment and foreign exchange, where there is an increasing overlap between traditional boundaries."
Dictionary of Accounting Terms, 4th edition by Joel G. Siegel; Jae K. Shim
"General areas covered include financial accounting, managerial and cost accounting, auditing and financial statement analysis, and information technology (IT) terms. Also included are many terms from related business disciplines that the accountant must know, such as finance, personal finance, investments, Internet, economics, quantitative tools, and international business."