ACCOUNTING

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Steve Albrecht, Kay Stice, Jim Stice

This resource provides students with an in-depth introduction to financial accounting in today’s business world, with the added convenience for the instructor of a fully built out Canvas course with additional instructor resources. Through a solid presentation of concepts and procedures blended with a wealth of real company examples and exercises, this book gives a comprehensive foundation in financial accounting.

Steve Albrecht, Kay Stice, Jim Stice

This resource provides students with an in-depth introduction to financial accounting in today’s business world. Through a solid presentation of concepts and procedures blended with a wealth of real company examples and solved exercises, this book gives a comprehensive foundation in financial accounting.

Steve Albrecht, Kay Stice, Jim Stice

This resource provides students with an in-depth introduction to managerial accounting in today’s business world. Through a solid presentation of concepts and procedures blended with a[{{type}} Annotation] wealth of real company examples and solved exercises, this book gives a comprehensive foundation in managerial accounting.

Kay Stice, Jim Stice

This resource is a broad introduction to principles of financial and managerial accounting. By working through the material in this book, students will learn the essential accounting principles that will help them become successful in business school and in the business world.

Steve Albrecht, Kay Stice, Jim Stice

This resource guides readers through the what, why, and how of accounting in today's business world. Through a solid presentation of concepts and procedures blended with a wealth of real company examples and solved exercises, this book gives a comprehensive foundation in financial and managerial accounting.

Nate Stephens, Jason Smith

This resource utilizes the latest technology and practical insights to present an innovative and interactive approach to a series of topics from the world of auditing and assurance services. Case studies provide application and research opportunities for students to understand the history of auditing standards and today’s auditing regulators.

Nate Stephens, Greg Bleazard, Jason Smith

To understand the relationships between today’s regulators and practitioners, it is important to have a basic knowledge of the evolution of auditing standard-setting practices. Through a series of case studies, students will be introduced to the history of auditing standards and become familiar with today’s auditing regulators. They will also learn to research current auditing standards for prescriptive guidance on several auditing topics.

Kay Stice, Jim Stice

It is vital for any business leader to learn to speak and understand accounting—the language of business. In this MBA-level resource, students will see how accountants organize and condense the economic activity of a company into financial statements and recognize that accountants must exercise judgment about how to best summarize and report the results of business transactions. Students will gain respect for the complexity of accounting as well as skepticism about the precision of any financial reports in business.

Kay Stice, Jim Stice, Kevin Smith

This resource guides students through an in-depth study of the financial statements and accounting standards for operating, investing, and financing. Also covered are a number of important intermediate accounting topics such as deferred taxes, derivative financial instruments, and earnings per share. Now is an exciting time to be studying accounting because things are changing so quickly, and this resource will prepare students for the future through learning existing accounting rules, understanding how these rules arose, and recognizing the underlying concepts.

Steve Albrecht, Mark Zimbelman, Chad Albrecht, Richard Riley

This fraud and forensic accounting courseware provides a framework for detecting and preventing financial statement fraud. The authors draw upon years of experience in working with many Fortune 500 companies, the FBI, and the United Nations to provide a detailed, easy-to- understand course that helps students know how to both prevent and detect financial statement fraud. Numerous videos and adaptive learning resources are included to help students understand and apply the theories and information presented throughout the text.

Nick Ball, Gove Allen

Excel is a core tool in accounting and an important part of every accountant’s education. In this complete Excel training course, lessons start at the basics and cover advanced topics such as modeling business processes, what-if analysis, PivotTables, and Solver. Each lesson includes instructional readings, videos, practice problems, and an assignment to assess student learning. An intelligent, robust, and detailed grading engine automates the grading process and provides students with immediate feedback.

Joe Knight, Karen Berman, Brad Angus

Everyone in an organization needs to know how to use financial data to drive their business. This resource provides step-by-step training for everyone from entrepreneurs to students, new employees to top-level executives to understand not only what the numbers really mean but also why they matter. Accessible, jargon-free, and filled with entertaining stories of real companies, Financial Intelligence gives non-financial managers the confidence to understand the nuance beyond the numbers—and to help bring everyday work to a new level.

Larry Walther

QuickBooks accounting software can help a company manage income and expenses and keep information organized in a useful way. This resource provides a tutorial for beginners to learn how to use QuickBooks effectively to manage, track, and report financial information. Students at an accredited academic institution can access a free trial of QuickBooks Online for one year or a free trial of QuickBooks Desktop for five months.

Jim Stice, Kay Stice

Every future business professional needs an understanding of accounting and how it affects a business. This resource provides an overview of bookkeeping and financial, managerial, and tax accounting. Students use LinkedIn Learning videos from world-class authors and accounting professors to supplement instructional readings, providing a learner-centered approach with high-quality content for any classroom setting.

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