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From the Authors: We wrote this book with two major objectives in mind. First, we seek to reflect the changing topical emphases and content in the advanced accounting course; coverage is completely updated for new developments concerning applicable reporting issues and requirements, including the newest FASB and GASB pronouncements and proposals. We extensively discuss International Financial Reporting Standards where appropriate throughout the book. Second, we write from the perspective of enhancing teachability; many of the topics in this course are complex and require careful explanation. We highlight the major issues in each topic and provide the student with the background and logical structure needed to analyze these issues, rather than merely explaining current practice. This view equips students to analyze and assess future reporting developments. This book is the product of extensive market research including focus groups, market surveys, class tests, manuscript reviews, and interviews with faculty from across the country. Advanced Accounting is intended for use, at either the undergraduate or graduate level, in the course commonly known as advanced accounting. It is also designed to be used in courses focusing on mergers and acquisitions that are often part of the MBA curriculum or that are offered as a non-degree, professional development program.
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