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Preview this title online. Each activity in the book concentrates on only one aspect of the analysis and uses data from well-known corporations to pique students’ interest and add relevancy.
Interpreting and Analyzing Financial Statements: A Project-Based Approach
Chapter 9 provides a project for each student to research, analyze, and prepare a comprehensive written report and presentation on the public corporation of their choice. Prepare the Unadjusted Trial Balance Step 4: Prepare the Adjusted Trial Balance Step 7: Prepare the Financial Statements Step 8: Pearson offers special pricing when you package your text with other student resources. If you’re interested in creating a cost-saving package for your students, contact your Pearson rep.
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Description The text and activities format allow the instructor to use this book as a stand-alone text for the first accounting course. The text and activities format allow the instructor to use this book as a stand-alone text for the first accounting course. The text sections are engaging to read but also provide students with a useful reference tool.
The activity sections encourage students to learn accounting through real-life examples, to interact with the companies studied. In Chapter 1, students immediately learn about the basic financial statements.
Interpreting and Analyzing Financial Statements, 6th Edition
At once they learn sfhoenebeck basic financial analysis ratios, common-size analysis, and trend analysis. They will use these tools throughout the course. Chapter 6 deals with topics that are traditionally covered in the first accounting course, such as inventory and property, plant and equipment. Chapter 7, students learn the accounting cycle, with the debit-credit system, adjusting, and closing journal entries.
Chapter 8 offers a comprehensive review statemwnts all topics covered in previous chapters. Activities walk students through financial analyses of real companies, working with more than one financial statement and combining issues in profitability, efficiency, liquidity and solvency.
New to This Edition. Crossword puzzles that reinforce accounting concepts and vocabulary.
Interpreting and Analyzing Financial Statements by Schoenebeck, Karen P, Holtzman, Mark P
The common-size Statement of Cash Flows is now introduced in Chapter 5. Another comprehensive problem, featuring Chipotle Mexican Grill, is added to Chapter 8. The Capstone Project is streamlined into only two activites–a written report and a presentation. Throughout the text, financial statements have been updated to the most current amounts available on December 31, Table of Contents Chapter 1: Share a link to All Resources.
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