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Financial Accounting (with Questions, Exercises, Problems, Case Problems, Cases and Thomson Analytics Access) ebook

by Stanley J. Garstka,Rick Antle

Author Antle, Rick, Antle, Rick (Rick Antle), Garstka, Stanley J.

ISBN13: 9780324180756.

ISBN 13: 9780324180756. Rick Antle; Stanley J. Garstka.

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The text provides a comprehensive introduction to the basic accounting statements and techniques. It then uses present values and expected values to develop the benchmark of normal earnings and explain the importance of generating abnormal earnings.
The problems in this workbook really help you understand the concepts.
I bought this book mainly due to its conciseness(350 pages of text), since I'm a computer science student and only hope to get some basic ideas on accounting. However, I find it takes even longer to get through this book than a double-sized, but friendly-written textbook. I have to admit the accuracy and conciseness of the way that definitions and explanations are given; unfortunately, those words are no more comprehensible than the GAAP lines. Real-world financial reports are given from beginning to end, but lacks clear explanations, leaving readers pondering over the exact meaning of each newly-confronted item. It does have merits, and that's the emphasis on the correspondence between economic and accounting concepts, which is more profound than most other books. Maybe this book is a good refresher, but it's definitely not for novices. I hope it hadn't been my first accounting book. Frustrated, I turned to another book written by Horngren (Financial Accounting and Cisco Report Package, 8e), and that turns out to be the right primer for me

--A reader from China
This is a badly written book due to the attempt of using Ivy League elucidations for topics that should be told straightforward in terms of simple language. It also doesn't help to use end-of-the-book topics as examples or part of discussions in the early part of the book. In the end, this book causes more damage and confusion for someone attempting to learn the basic concepts of accounting for the first time.
Antle, being caught up in his own Yale-educated thesaurus, fails to explicitly reiterate Financial topics that may be lost to less familiar students. Fortunately, I had another book on the same topic that served as a mentor through a horrid and fast paced class on said suibject, while this one failed miserably. It also is missing certain topics that other books cover.
Financial Accounting (with Questions, Exercises, Problems, Case Problems, Cases and Thomson Analytics Access) ebook
Stanley J. Garstka,Rick Antle
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South-Western College Pub; 2 edition (January 21, 2003)
400 pages
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