Convenient, handy, and surprisingly good-humored, Finance 101 by E. Dean Brown, Jr. is exactly what the title suggests and is as easy as easy gets. In fact, the author, with good reason, prides himself on breaking down the finer points of middle finance and a little accounting into manageable amounts of learning. His book explains how to read financial statements, proformas, ratios, methods of income statement variance analysis, risk, net present value and leaves no introductory financial topic unfettered. Finally, an expert demystifies the basics and absolute bare essentials. Perfect for readers who may have been recently hired or promoted and need to conquer elementary financial matters, but don’t have the time for a formal education. This book is a giant among simple, straightforward and uncomplicated approaches to learning exactly what the layman need to know. Come one, come all, class is in session.
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E. Dean Brown, Jr. has a Bachelor’s of Science, major in business, minor in economics from Regis University and an MBA with an emphasis in accounting from the University of New Haven. A CPA by trade, he serves as an adjunct professor, teaching graduate accounting, finance and economic courses. He lives in Aurora, Colorado with his wife and children.
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Book Description BookSurge Publishing, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1419655787
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