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Financial Accounting by John Arnold, Tony Hope, Alan Southworth, Linda Kirkham
  

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Financial Accounting by John Arnold, Tony Hope, Alan Southworth, Linda Kirkham

A rigourous and comprehensive introductory text which explains and critcially evaluates the concepts underlying the preparation of financial accounts, their application and possible altternatives to current practice; it thereby provides a distinctive framework for understanding the principles upon which the performance and position of a company are measured. The principles are illustrated by worked examples and through the extracted accounts of a real company. The topicality and scope of the text have been enhanced to cover conceptual frameworks, internal harmonisation, and accounting for groups and intangibles, and also includes end-of-chapter discussion questions and exercises. Teacher's Manual (0-13-317876-5)

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Publication date

1st August 1995

Author

John Arnold, Tony Hope, Alan Southworth, Linda Kirkham

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Publisher

Financial TImes Prentice Hall an imprint of Pearson Education (US)

Format

Paperback
600 pages

Categories

Financial accounting

ISBN

9780135188385

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