Accounting Simplified: A Self Study Guide
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Ruland earned his Ph.D. Professor Ruland also designs training programs in accounting and other financial subjects for a number of major corporations. . William Ruland is a Professor of Business at Baruch College, City University of New York where he teaches financial accounting and coordinates the core gr
He publishes extensively in business journals including The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting Research, and the Journal of Finance, His research interests include the impact of earnings announcements and corporate mergers. . at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Professor Ruland also designs training programs in accounting and other financial subjects for a number of major corporations. About the Author William Ruland is a Professor of Business at Baruch College, City University of New York where he teaches financial accounting and coordinates the core graduate level accounting course. Ruland earned his Ph.D
A. Bryson said Accounting Simplified - A Self Study Guide. I am only half way through this book but, so far it has been a great tool for me because it details all information and gives examples , problems to work out, the solution to the problems and tips all along the way. I am currently taking an online class for non-accountants and I would recommend this book for anyone interested in taking accounting.. "Very Helpful" according to C. J. Jones. I am taking an online Bookkeeping course and this was one of the workbooks suggested. It is very helpful and am so glad I purchased it.. W. Douh said excellent. very informative yet simple; and the extra empty spaces to do your work on are an additional plus. highly recommended.
At its most basic, it's simply the grammar of business, giving structure to the way financial information is recorded. Accounting is essential, and easy to learn. Using this simple self-study guide, you'll quickly learn how to: Work comfortably with income statements and balance sheets by understanding revenues and expenses; assets, liabilities, and owners equity; Analyse and record transactions and determine how they relate to the financial statements; Close the books in preparation for a new year; Recognize income whether on an accrual basis or a cash basis, and what the difference is; Understand and record prepaid expenses, inventories, and long-lived assets; And much more. Filled with examples and practice exercises you can do at your own pace, in your own time, this practical "how-to" book will lead you to a higher level of business expertise and give you renewed confidence in your daily business tasks.. The fact is, if you want to manage successfully and really master the art of business, you have to understand financial statements--those documents that summarize the financial results of your business. If you are: An investor considering whether to buy, sell or hold securities; A lender evaluating loan requests; A supplier deciding whether to extend credit; A manager trying to determine how to run your bu