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Amidst a national parade of corporate scandals, accounting professionals require a timely, rock-solid resource that will instill clients and investors with the confidence they have come to expect. The most practical, authoritative guide to GAAP, Wiley GAAP 2006 delivers the most recent developments and analysis of all the generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) for 2006, restating the original, highly technical pronouncements in easy-to-understand terms while providing battle-tested implementation guidance and real-world examples. Each chapter is composed of a discussion of perspectives and issues, sources of GAAP, a definition of terms, concepts, and rules, as well as examples.
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The most practical, authoritative guide to GAAP
Amidst a national parade of corporate scandals, accounting professionals require a timely, rock-solid resource in order to instill clients and investors with the confidence they have come to expect. Wiley GAAP 2005 delivers the most recent developments and analysis of all generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), restating the original, highly technical pronouncements in easy-to-understand terms and providing battle-tested implementation guidance. Unlike other guides, Wiley GAAP offers complete coverage of Levels A, B, and C GAAP in a single volume, including EITF issues that have not yet been reduced to consensus, as well as EITF Appendix D discussion matters. Wiley GAAP 2005 contains a host of completely updated features, such as:
Featuring numerous real-world examples, illustrations, and helpful practice hints that are extremely user-friendly, Wiley GAAP 2005 is designed with the needs of the reader in mind. Covering the entire GAAP hierarchy, Wiley GAAP addresses all effective pronouncements, including:
As clients demand accounting procedures they can trust, so accountants require up-to-date reference materials they know they can depend on. More than any other resource, Wiley GAAP 2005 provides the indispensable tools for the accounting professional.About the Author:
Barry J. Epstein, PhD, CPA, is a partner with Russell Novak & Company, LLP, a Chicago-based firm, where he specializes in technical consultation on accounting and auditing matters and corporate governance, and serves as a consulting and testifying expert for various litigation matters including accountants’ malpractice, contractual dispute resolution, and commercial damages modeling. He has previously served in senior technical and litigation consulting positions with several regional and national CPA firms, as a corporate finance executive, and as a college professor. Dr. Epstein has authored or coauthored six books (including Wiley IAS Interpretation and Application) and several articles, and has previously coauthored a weekly business column for an international newspaper. He has served on several state and national technical committees, including the AICPA’s Board of Examiners, and served as chair of the Illinois CPA Society’s senior accounting technical committee. He has also lectured widely on technical accounting and auditing topics over most of his thirty-five year career, which has been primarily in public accounting. Dr. Epstein received his doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh, and holds degrees from DePaul University and the University of Chicago. He is a member of the Illinois CPA Society, the AICPA, and the American Accounting Association.
Ralph Nach, CPA, is managing director in charge of technical training in the national office of American Express Tax & Business Services, Inc. Mr. Nach has been a practitioner for over twenty-five years, during which he has specialized in accounting, auditing, and financial reporting issues. Mr. Nach holds a BSBA with honors from the Walter E. Heller School of Business Administration of Roosevelt University in Chicago, and is a CPA in Illinois. Previously Mr. Nach served in capacities including accountant, auditor, technical reviewer, educator, and consultant for several public accounting firms including Arthur Andersen LLP, and taught graduate accounting and finance at Northwestern University. Mr. Nach has coauthored several other books and speaks nationally on accounting, auditing, and financial reporting topics. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and chairs its Educational Management Exchange Subcommittee (EDMAX). He is also a member of the Illinois CPA Society, where he has served as a chairman and/or member of numerous committees.
Ervin L. Black, PhD., is an associate professor in the School of Accountancy and Information Systems, Marriott School of Management, at Brigham Young University, where he specializes in financial and international accounting. Dr. Black has authored or coauthored thirteen articles in accounting research journals, including The Journal of Accounting and Economics, Accounting Horizons, The Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, and The Journal of the American Taxation Association. In addition, he has coauthored chapters on international accounting, and is a coauthor of two textbooks (including International Accounting and Multinational Enterprises, 6th Edition forthcoming, Wiley). Dr. Black received his doctorate from the University of Washington, and holds an MBA and Bachelor of Arts degrees from Brigham Young University. He is a member of the American Accounting Association, European and British Accounting Association, and the International Association for Accounting Education and Research.
Patrick R. Delaney, PhD, CPA, was the Arthur Andersen LLP Alumni Professor of Accountancy and Chair of the Department of Accountancy at Northern Illinois University. He received his PhD in Accountancy from the University of Illinois. Professor Delaney served as a Faculty Resident with Arthur Andersen LLP. He was the author of CPA Examination Review, 2-volume and 4-part sets, including the related components of the Wiley CPA preparation system. He was past president of the Rockford Chapter, Institute of Management Accountants; served on Illinois CPA Society Committees (previously as Vice-President and member, Board of Directors; Chairman of Accounting Principles Committee; chair of the Relations with Accounting Educators and Students Committee; and chair of Educator CPA Issues Committee); and had served on numerous other professional committees. He was a member of the American Accounting Association, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the Institute of Management Accountants. Professor Delaney had published in The Accounting Review and was the recipient of NIU’s Excellence in Teaching Award and the Illinois CPA Society’s Outstanding Educator Award.
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