Language : English
Published : 2018
Financial Accounting IFRS 2nd Edition
Financial Accounting, IFRS Edition, Second Edition serves as a guide for students to comprehend and give insights into accounting of the modern business world. This textbook will focus on core concepts and procedures based on the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and supported by real company examples including those in Asia. The latest IFRS amendments are in this edition, specifically IFRS 9 and IFRS 15 will become effective beginning on January 1, 2018. IFRS 15, in a major overhaul of rules on revenue recognition, will replace IAS 18 (Revenue) and IAS 11 (Construction Contracts) and related interpretations. It establishes a contract-based approach to determine the recognition and measurement of revenue. IFRS 9 will replace IAS 39 (Financial Instruments) and contains new requirements on the classification and measurement of financial assets. Students will learn to effectively use and prepare accounting information for decision making with various features that encourage critical thinking, highlight ethical considerations, and consider global implications. Emphasizing the relevancy of accounting to the business world, the text also makes a concerted effort to highlight the ethical considerations and global implications of financial accounting decisions in our world.
About the Author
Earl K. Stice is the PricewaterhouseCoopers Professor of Accounting in the School of Accountancy at Brigham Young University, where he has been on the faculty since 1998. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Brigham Young University and a PhD from Cornell University.
James D. Stice is the Distinguished Teaching Professor in the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University. He is currently Associate Dean of the Marriott School. Dr. Stice served for eight years as the director of BYU’s MBA Program. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting from BYU and a PhD in accounting from the University of Washington.
W. Steve Albrecht was the Andersen Distinguished Professor of Accountancy in the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University. He received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from BYU and M.B.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Wisconsin. He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE). He previously taught at both Stanford and the University of Illinois. Dr. Albrecht currently serves on five corporate boards of directors and has been an expert witness in 38 major fraud cases.
Monte R. Swain received his Ph.D. in managerial accounting and information systems from Michigan State University. He currently serves as the Associate Director of the School of Accountancy and Information Systems where he is the Deloitte & Touche Professor of Accounting.
Rong-Ruey Duh is a professor at the Department of Accounting, National Taiwan University (NTU). He earned his PhD from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Dr. Duh was President of Taiwan Accounting Association and Chair of the Board of Directors for Accounting Research and Development Foundation, a non-profit organization responsible for setting financial accounting and auditing standards in Taiwan.
Audrey Wenhsin Hsu is an associate professor at the Department of Accounting at National Taiwan University (NTU). Dr. Hsu earned her PhD from Lancaster University, United Kingdom. Her areas of research include international accounting standards, financial reporting quality, and corporate governance.
This book follows closely to the latest Malaysian Financial Reporting Standards (MFRS). The accounting concepts are concise manner, while the worked examples enable students to apply the concepts learnt. To further enhance student’s understanding, chapters summaries and examination-based exercises (with solutions) are provided at the end of every chapter.
- Chapter 1. Non-current Assets
- Chapter 2. Inventories
- Chapter 3. Non-profit Organizations
- Chapter 4. Correction Errors*
- Chapter 5. Incomplete Record
- Chapter 6. Manufacturing Activities
- Chapter 7. Partnership Account 1
- Chapter 8. Partnership Account 2
The first Australian edition of Corporate Finance offers a dynamic, modern and practical approach that illustrates how financial management really works. Corporate Finance features up-to-date content including the impact of the Global Financial Crisis and capital budgeting. The strong five part framework is supported by integrated online elements and easy-to-read text.
Student Value Pack: Accounting: An Introduction to Principles and Practice Text Workbook 8th Edition
Accounting: An Introduction to Principles and Practice, Eighth Edition, will be updated to align with the latest Financial Services Training Package. The text addresses units in Certificate III Accounts Administration, Certificate IV Accounting, Diploma of Accounting and Certificate IV Bookkeeping.
This new edition of a bestselling introductory accounting text is aligned to the latest International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as adopted by the Australian Accounting Standards Board (AASB, and will satisfy the requirements of an increasingly diverse group of students.
Table of Contents
1. Accounting its foundations
2. The accounting equation
3. Transactions, general journals and double entry processing
4. Transactions, specialized journals and double entry processing
5. Separate ledgers for accounts receivable and accounts payable
6. Journals and ledgers for special transactions
7. Management controls over cash
8. The general ledger and financial reports
9. Matching expense and revenueto the accounting period
10. Preparing final reports from a worksheet
11. Advanced management reports and correction of errors
12. Accounting for non-current assets
13. Payroll preparation and accounting entries
“Global Financial Accounting and Reporting 3e” provides a complete companion to financial accounting that takes management students with no previous knowledge of accounting from the mechanics of how financial records are structured through to being able to understand and analyze published consolidated financial statements. The aim is to place financial reporting in its business context and to make it clear to aspiring managers how accounting is an integral part of understanding an enterprise. To this end this book considers how the conceptual foundations of accounting translate into the financial statements of businesses. The book is global in its approach. It uses International Financial Reporting Standards as its basis and so reflects the rules followed by nearly all European listed companies and by an ever-increasing number of firms worldwide. “Global Financial Accounting and Reporting” is primarily aimed at future users of accounting information such as managers and analysts. It is therefore ideal for use at MBA level. It can also be used on financial accounting modules for business students at the undergraduate level.