- Moloi M.A., Netshandama M.J.
- ISBN: 9780627037443
- eISBN: N/A
- ePub ISBN: 9780627037450
- 320 Pages | Published: 2020
FORTHCOMING TITLE: NEW PUBLICATION
This book is written for non-accounting students who need to gain basic accounting knowledge and be able to comprehend transactions and interpret financial statements. Almost every qualification offered at tertiary institutions require students to have basic accounting knowledge, and this publication will help them achieve that objective. This book has integrated topics in Financial Accounting and Cost Accounting. It provides a broad overview of the subject from the introduction to accounting to the preparation, analysis and interpretation of financial statements as well as basic cost accounting in an understandable format with examples that are easily understandable.
Every chapter includes self-assessment questions for students (both theoretical, practical questions) that may be used for tutorials and for homework. The book chapters have been structured to also suite the new programs of non-accounting students in the various universities of technology and other universities in South Africa.
We have included some of the following topics:
· Accounting Fundamentals
· Framework for the preparation and presentation of financial statements
· Business and professional ethics in Accounting
· Bank Reconciliation Statements
· Property, Plant and Equipment
· Preparation of Annual Financial Statements
· Statement of cashflows
· Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statements
· Basic Cost Accounting
· Manufacturing statements, accounts and statements
· Cost-Volume-Profit analysis
Chapter contributors are very experienced Accounting Lecturers who have both industry and academic experience.
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