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Appropriate for a one-term course in financial accounting taught at the undergraduate or MBA level."It's not information until you use it to make a decision." This introductory financial accounting text relates accounting principles to real-life situations, illustrating them in a business context through the use of examples, problems, and infographics. The book's decision-making focus teaches students to apply what they have learned.
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This introductory financial accounting text, using a corporate approach, relates accounting principles to real-life situations, illustrating them in a business context through the use of examples, problems, and new high impact design.From the Back Cover:
Read Your Book
Your professors have chosen the best-selling financial accounting textbook for your financial accounting course. Read each chapter before class, pay careful attention to the "warm-up" Check Point Exercises, and come prepared to participate actively in the classroom lectures.
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Online Study Guide
Test your understanding of chapter materials before class and exams with the free online Study Guide at www.prenhall.com/harrison
Check out the "Study Hall" area for study tips, research tools, a student chat room, and other resources to help you improve your accounting grade.
Re-Enforce Key Concepts with Free Downloads
PH Re-Enforcer Software
The Windows-based tutorial software enables you to test your understanding of key concepts through a variety of exercise types (multiple-choice, T-account, Financial Statement Analysis) with immediate feedback. A "Quick Tour" tutorial provides an overview of the program.
PHAS General Ledger
This Windows-based software reinforces accounting procedures through hands-on activity. PHAS General Ledger software includes problem templates for you to enter your own problems and complete the entire accounting cycle: journalize, post, print multiple reports, and close. A "Quick Tour" overviews the program and gives online "Help."
Ask for the Help You Need
Don't wait until the night before the exam to ask for help. Talk toy your instructor during and after class about any questions you may have. You can also get help from an Accounting faculty member using the "Ask the Tutor" feature under the "Study Hall" section of the Web site www.prenhall.com/harrison that accompanies this text.
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Book Description Pearson Canada, 1993. Condition: Good. 2nd. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP70877833
Book Description Pearson Canada, 1993. Condition: Good. 2nd. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP91940192