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									                                                                                                                BOOKKEEPING           ➤
Bookkeeping                                                            General and Subsidiary Ledgers. 13. Preparing Payroll Records.
                                                                       14. Payroll Accounting, Taxes and Reports. 15. Work Sheet for a
                                                                       Merchandising Business. 16. Financial Statements for a Partnership.




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                                                                       17. Recording Adjusting and Closing Entries for a Partnership.
Fundamentals of Accounting Course 1:
Chapters 1-17, 7e Anniversary Edition
                                                                       Fundamentals of Accounting Course 2:
Kenton E. Ross, Commerce, Texas
Claudia B. Gilbertson, Blaine, MN
                                                                       Chapters 18-26, 7e Anniversary Edition
Mark W. Lehman, Mississippi State University                           Kenton E. Ross, Commerce, Texas
Robert D. Hanson, Mount Pleasant, MI                                   Robert D. Hanson, Mount Pleasant, MI
                                                                       Claudia B. Gilbertson, Blaine, MN
4-Color, 528 pp., 2004
                                                                       Mark W. Lehman, Mississippi State University
ISBN: 0-538-72730-6
                                                                       4-Color, 336 pp., 2004
      http://www.swlearning.com                                        ISBN: 0-538-72731-4

This introductory accounting course presents a complete                      http://www.swlearning.com
accounting cycle of a proprietorship and a partnership
using a debit/credit approach.Topics include analyzing                 This introductory accounting text presents a complete
transactions, journalizing, posting, petty cash, financial             accounting cycle of a business organized as a corporation
statements and adjusting and closing entries. Accounting               using a debit/credit approach. Topics include analyzing
concepts are introduced using a modern business with                   transactions, journalizing, posting, petty cash, financial
owners that students can relate to in each cycle.                      statements and adjusting and closing entries. Accounting
                                                                       concepts are introduced using a modern business with
• NEW! Peachtree® icon noting end of chapter problems                  owners that students can relate to in each cycle.
  that can be worked through Peachtree® accounting
  software.                                                            • NEW! Peachtree® icon noting end of chapter problems
                                                                         that can be worked using Peachtree® accounting
• NEW! New pages that integrate problems that can be
                                                                         software.
  worked utilizing Automated Accounting 8.0 software.
                                                                       • NEW! New pages that integrate problems that can be
• Each chapter contains more end of chapter problems
                                                                         worked utilizing Automated Accounting 8.0 software.
  than previous editions. These problems are shorter in
  length for easier completion and comprehension.                      • Each chapter contains more end of chapter problems
                                                                         than previous editions. These problems are shorter in
• A Focus on Your Career feature appears in every chapter
                                                                         length for easier completion and comprehension.
  opener and gives students a look at how accounting
  can be an influence in a number of careers.                          • A Focus on Your Career feature appears in every chapter
                                                                         opener and gives students a look at how accounting
• Professional Business Ethics, Global Perspective, Cultural
                                                                         can be an influence in a number of careers.
  Awareness, Technology for Business, Accounting at
  Work, and Legal Topics for Accounting features appear                • Professional Business Ethics, Global Perspective, Cultural
  throughout the text where appropriate.                                 Awareness, Technology for Business, Accounting at
                                                                         Work, and Legal Topics for Accounting features appear
Supplements                                                              throughout the text as appropriate.
Instructor’s Manual for Working Papers              0-538-71881-1
                                                                       Supplements
Instructor’s Resource Guide                         0-538-71883-8
                                                                       Instructor’s Manual for Working Papers              0-538-71882-X
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Table of Contents                                                      Table of Contents
A Service Business Organized as a Proprietorship. 1. Starting a
                                                                       A Merchandising Business Organized as a Corporation. 18. Recording
Proprietorship. 2. Starting a Proprietorship: Changes that Affect
                                                                       Purchases and Cash Payments Using Special Journals. 19. Recording
Owner’s Equity. 3. Analyzing Transactions into Debit and Credit
                                                                       Sales and Cash Receipts Using Special Journals. 20. Accounting for
Parts. 4. Journalizing Transactions. 5. Posting to a General Ledger.
                                                                       Uncollectible Accounts Receivable. 21. Accounting for Plant Assets
6. Cash Control Systems. 7. Work Sheet for a Service Business.
                                                                       and Depreciation. 22. Accounting for Inventory. 23. Accounting for
8. Financial Statements for a Proprietorship. 9. Recording Adjusting
                                                                       Notes and Interest. 24. Accounting for Accrued Revenue and
and Closing Entries for a Service Business. A Merchandising Business
                                                                       Expenses. 25. Distributing Dividends and Preparing a Worksheet.
Organized as a Partnership. 10. Journalizing Purchases and Cash
                                                                       26. Financial Statements and End-of-Fiscal-Period Entries for a
Payments. 11. Journalizing Sales and Cash Receipts. 12. Posting to
                                                                       Corporation.


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                      Records for Business, 9e
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                                                                                      Text, Hardcover                                      0-538-43689-1
                      Keeping Financial Records for Business 9E will give your
                      students a broad knowledge of business operations and           Working Papers Chapters 1-16                         0-538-69174-3
                      the basic skills they need to keep better financial records.    Working Papers Chapters 1-9                          0-538-69175-1
                      The text contains a colorful graphic design and features        Working Papers Chapters 10-16                        0-538-69176-X
                      that will capture students’ interest, such as multicultural
                      insights and interviews with individuals who use record         Table of Contents
                      keeping in their daily lives. A step-by-step approach to        1. Basic Record Keeping Skills. 2. Budget Records. 3. Credit
                      each new task makes it easier for students to master the        Records. 4. Cash Receipts Records. 5. Checking Account Records.
                                                                                      6. Petty Cash Records. 7. Record Keeping for Sales Clerks. 8. Record
                      job skills of record keeping.                                   Keeping for Retail Charge Sales. 9. Record Keeping for Accounts
                      • NEW! Information on using electronic spreadsheets is          Receivable Clerks. 10. Record Keeping for Stock Records Clerks.
                                                                                      11. Records Keeping for Purchase Order Clerks. 12. Record Keeping
                        located throughout each chapter                               for Accounts Payable Clerks. 13. Record Keeping for Small Businesses.
                      • NEW! Checkpoints allow students to check if they are          14. Financial Statements for Small Businesses. 15. Record Keeping
                        working problems correctly                                    for Payroll Clerks: Computing Gross Pay. 16. Record Keeping for
                                                                                      Payroll Clerks: Computing Net Pay. Appendix A: Paying Your Income
                      • NEW! Internet Connections take students to related            Taxes. Appendix B: Applied Math Skills. Appendix C: Internet
                        sites and ask them to complete activities                     Basics. Appendix D: Using Calculator Keyboards and Computer
                      • Automated Accounting data disks allow students to             Keypads. Appendix E: Applied Math Preview Answers, Glossary,
                                                                                      Index.
                        work problems from the text
                      Supplements
                      Teacher’s Edition of Working Papers                             Principles of Accounting
                      Chapters 1-16                                  0-538-69193-X
                      Teacher’s Resource Guide                       0-538-69199-9
                                                                                                   College Accounting, 18e
                      Teacher’s Wraparound Edition                   0-538-69192-1
                      Data Disk (Textbook & Simulation Template Disk)                 James A. Heintz, University of Kansas
                      for use with Automated Accounting 6.0 Windows—                  Robert W. Parry, Indiana University
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                                                                                      4-Color, 1,154 pp., 2005
                      Data Disk (Textbook & Simulation Template)
                      for use with Automated Accounting 7.0 Windows—                  ISBN: 0-324-20147-8
                      Optional                                       0-538-69186-7
                                                                                            http://heintz.swlearning.com
                      Electronic Auditor for use with
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                      Electronic Auditor for use with                                 ensuring the best, most accurate coverage. College
                      Automated Accounting 7.0 Windows—Optional      0-538-69189-1    Accounting is designed to make accounting understandable
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                      Links Golf Supply Auto Simulation #2           0-538-69183-2    that are needed when entering the world of work. The
                                                                                      text presents simple topics first and gradually builds to
                      Links Golf Supply Manual Simulation #2         0-538-69182-4
                                                                                      more advanced topics, so learners are not overwhelmed.
                      Overhead Transparencies                        0-538-69194-8    The narrative approach covers a simpler example of a
                      Spreadsheet Template Macintosh—Optional        0-538-69191-3    service business before moving to a merchandising
                      Spreadsheet Template Windows—Optional          0-538-69190-5    business, and finally, a manufacturing environment.




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• NEW! Enhanced Flexibility: Chapters 11 and 12 use the       Achievement Tests A, Chs. 1-16                      0-324-22171-1
  general journal and chapter 13 uses special journals for    Achievement Tests A, Chs. 17-29                     0-324-22172-X




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  recording sales/collections and purchases/payments.         Achievement Tests B Key, Chs. 1-16                  0-324-22177-0
• NEW! Computers and Accounting: Revised and                  Achievement Tests B Key, Chs. 17-29                 0-324-22178-9
  expanded, these special sections expose students to the     Achievement Tests B, Chs. 1-16                      0-324-22173-8
  way computers are used in accounting today.
                                                              Check Figures                                       0-324-22179-7
• NEW! Self-Study Test Questions: This test, which
                                                              Personal Trainer, Chs. 1-29                         0-324-22189-4
  provides an overview of the chapter, is now located
  right after the Review Questions. This new placement        Power Accounting System Software (P.A.S.S.)
                                                              and Data Files, College Accounting Chs. 1-16        0-324-22333-1
  provides a natural flow for the student’s review before
  working the chapter’s assignments.                          Practice Set #1, College Accounting                 0-324-22339-0
• NEW! More Web Resources: WebTutor Advantage has             Practice Set #1, Key + Inspector Disk               0-324-29175-2
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  instructors to test students over the Web using the         (replaces Ed’s Electronics)                         0-324-22340-4
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  with business software, these products are available so     Practice Set #3, College Accounting                 0-324-22341-2
  that students may solve many selected assignments           Solutions Manual Transparencies,
  from the text.                                              Chapters 17-29                                      0-324-22167-3
• Ethics Cases: Mini-ethics cases focus student attention     Solutions Transparencies, Chapters 1-16             0-324-22166-5
  on ethical issues in accounting and the business            Study Guide Solutions, Chs. 1-16                    0-324-22185-1
  environment. Beginning with chapter 7, one appears in       Study Guide Solutions, Chs. 17-29                   0-324-22186-X
  the assignment section of each chapter and is               Study Guide with Working Papers, Chs. 17-29         0-324-22183-5
  identified by an icon.
                                                              Teaching Transparencies, Chapters 1-16              0-324-22168-1
Supplements                                                   Teaching Transparencies, Chapters 17-29             0-324-22169-X
College Accounting, Chs. 1-10, 416 pp.        0-324-20184-6   Xtreme! CD, College Accounting Chs. 1-16            0-324-22364-1
College Accounting, Chs. 1-16, 688 pp.        0-324-20149-4   Xtreme! CD, College Accounting Chs. 1-29            0-324-22365-X
Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM, Chs. 1-29       0-324-22157-6
Instructor’s Resource Guide, Chapters 1-16    0-324-22162-2   Table of Contents
                                                              PART ONE: ACCOUNTING FOR A SERVICE BUSINESS. 1. Introduction
Instructor’s Resource Guide, Chapters 17-29   0-324-22163-0   to Accounting. 2. Analyzing Transactions: The Accounting Equation.
Solutions Manual, Chapters 1-16               0-324-22164-9   3. The Double-Entry Framework. 4. Journalizing and Posting
                                                              Transactions. 5. Adjusting Entries and the Work Sheet. 6. Financial
Solutions Manual, Chapters 17-29              0-324-22165-7   Statements and the Closing Process. PART TWO: ACCOUNTING FOR
Test Bank, Chapters 17-29                     0-324-22161-4   CASH, PAYROLL AND SERVICE BUSINESSES. 7. Accounting for Cash.
                                                              8. Payroll Accounting: Employee Earnings and Deductions.
Test Bank, Chs. 1-16                          0-324-22160-6
                                                              9. Payroll Accounting: Employer Taxes and Reports. 10. Accounting
WebTutor Advantage for Blackboard,                            for a Professional Service Business: The Combination Journal.
College Accounting Chs. 1-29                  0-324-22338-2   PART THREE: ACCOUNTING FOR A MERCHANDISING BUSINESS.
WebTutor Advantage for WebCT,                                 11. Accounting for Sales and Cash Receipts. 12. Accounting for
College Accounting Chs. 1-29                  0-324-22336-6   Purchases and Cash Payments. 13. Special Journals. 14. The
                                                              Voucher System. 15. Adjustments and the Work Sheet for a
Accounting Workbook for Peachtree® 2004                       Merchandising Business. 16. Financial Statements and Year-End
+ College Accounting CD, Chs. 4-29            0-324-22368-4   Accounting for a Merchandising Business. PART FOUR: SPECIALIZED
Accounting Workbook for Peachtree® 2004,                      ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES FOR MERCHANDISING BUSINESSES AND.
Solutions Manual                              0-324-22396-X   PARTNERSHIPS. 17. Accounting for Accounts Receivable.
                                                              18. Accounting for Notes and Interest. 19. Accounting for
Accounting Workbook for QuickBooks® 2003                      Merchandise Inventory. 20. Accounting for Long-Term Assets.
+ College Accounting CD, Chs. 4-16            0-324-29170-1   21. Accounting for Partnerships. PART FIVE: ACCOUNTING FOR
Accounting Workbook for QuickBooks® 2003                      CORPORATIONS AND MANUFACTURING BUSINESSES. 22. Corporations:
+ College Accounting CD, Chs. 4-29            0-324-29171-X   Organizations and Capital Stock. 23. Corporations: Earnings,
                                                              Taxes, Distributions, and the Retained Earnings Statement.
Accounting Workbook for QuickBooks® 2003,                     24. Corporations: Bonds. 25. Statement of Cash Flows.
Solutions Manual                              0-324-29173-6   26. Analysis of Financial Statements. 27. Departmental Accounting.
Achievement Tests A Key, Chs. 1-16            0-324-22175-4   28. Manufacturing Accounting: The Job Order Cost System.
                                                              29. Manufacturing Accounting: The Work Sheet and Financial
Achievement Tests A Key, Chs. 17-29           0-324-22176-2   Statements. Answers to Self-Study Test. Questions. Index.




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                                   Accounting, 21e                                • “Real World Notes”: J.C. Penney Co. and General Electric
                                                                                    are just a couple of the familiar examples that provide
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                      Carl S. Warren, University of Georgia                         a close-up look at how accounting operates in the
                      James M. Reeve,                                               marketplace. These examples are highlighted in the
                        University of Tennessee                                     margin of the text.
                      Philip E. Fess, University of Illinois                      • Self-Examination Questions: Consist of five multiple-
                      4-Color, 1,168 pp., 2005                                      choice questions, with answers at the end of the
                      ISBN: 0-324-18800-5
                                                                                    chapter, to help students review and retain chapter
                                                                                    concepts.
                            http://warren.swlearning.com                          • Exercises: An average of 25 completely revised exercises
                                                                                    at the end of each chapter -more than any other text
                      The most successful higher education text of all time
                                                                                    on the market—can be assigned or used as examples in
                      keeps getting better. The authors adapt their proven
                                                                                    the classroom. Most of these exercises focus on only
                      approach to accounting’s evolving role in business and
                                                                                    one specific chapter objective.
                      use the preparation of financial statements as the
                      framework for understanding what accounting is all          Supplements
                      about. Accounting provides a solid foundation of            Accounting, Chs. 1-11 Softbound Version            0-324-20366-7
                      accounting concepts with unique features to show how
                                                                                  Accounting, Chs. 12-25 Softbound Version           0-324-20367-5
                      users can use accounting to understand business.
                                                                                  Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM, Accounting           0-324-20416-7
                      • NEW! “Who Am I?”: Each chapter includes a “Motley
                                                                                  Instructor’s Manual, Accounting Chs. 1-17          0-324-20414-0
                        Fool” box with intriguing clues about a real company.
                                                                                  Instructor’s Manual, Accounting Chs. 18-25         0-324-20415-9
                        Students are challenged to identify the company and
                        check their answer against the answer provided later in   Solutions Manual, Accounting Chs. 1-17             0-324-20420-5
                        the chapter.                                              Solutions Manual, Accounting Chs. 18-25            0-324-20421-3
                      • NEW! “Integrity in Business”: Boxes in each chapter       Blank Working Papers, Accounting                   0-324-20370-5
                        describe real-world situations in which ethics, or the    Instructor’s Guide to Online Resources             0-324-20459-0
                        lack thereof, play an important role in business          Power Accounting System Software (P.A.S.S.) Network Version,
                        decision-making and financial results.                    Accounting 21e or Financial Accounting 9e        0-324-20412-4
                      • Technology-Assisted Learning: Warren/Reeve/Fess           Presentation Transparencies, Accounting
                        features a technology-based system that provides          Chs. 1-17                                          0-324-20418-3
                        teaching and learning solutions in an interactive         Presentation Transparencies,
                        environment. The learning system consists of three        Accounting Chs. 18-25                              0-324-20419-1
                        elements: Web Tutor Advantage (on WebCT, Blackboard       Solutions Transparencies A Problems & Exercises,
                        and non-platform specific), Personal Trainer and the      Accounting Chs. 1-17                               0-324-20427-2
                        Product Web Site.                                         Solutions Transparencies A Problems & Exercises,
                      • Continuing Case Study: A fictitious dot.com company,      Accounting Chs. 18-25                              0-324-20428-0
                        NetSolutions, is followed throughout Chapters 1-6 as      Solutions Transparencies B Problems & Exercises,
                        the example company to demonstrate a variety of           Accounting Chs. 1-17                               0-324-20429-9
                        transactions. Continuing Problem: Chapters 1-4 have a     Solutions Transparencies B Problems & Exercises,
                        continuing problem. The continuing problem provides a     Accounting Chs. 18-25                              0-324-20430-2
                        great opportunity for students to practice what they’ve   Study Guide, Accounting Chs. 1-17                  0-324-20373-X
                        learned and use the Power Accounting System Software      Study Guide, Accounting Chs. 12-25                 0-324-20374-8
                        (P.A.S.S.), formerly General Ledger Software, with the    Test Bank, Accounting Chs. 1-17                    0-324-20422-1
                        problem. As the students study each step of the
                                                                                  Test Bank, Accounting Chs. 18-25                   0-324-20423-X
                        accounting cycle, they can follow a single company—
                                                                                  Tutorial Videos on DVD, Accounting Chs. 1-17       0-324-20431-0
                        Dancin Music—from its transactions to the effect of
                        those transactions on its financial statements.           Tutorial Videos on DVD, Accounting Chs. 18-25      0-324-20432-9
                      • Critical-Thinking and Decision-Making Activities:         Tutorial Videos on VHS, Accounting Chs. 1-17       0-324-20742-5
                        Students need to develop analytical abilities, not just   Tutorial Videos on VHS, Accounting Chs. 18-25      0-324-20743-3
                        memorize rules. These activities focus on understanding   WebTutor Advantage for Blackboard, Accounting      0-324-20434-5
                        and solving issues. Some are presented as dialogues—      WebTutor Advantage for WebCT, Accounting           0-324-20435-3
                        a conversation in which students can “observe” and
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                        “participate” when they respond to the issue being
                                                                                  WebTutor Toolbox for WebCT, Accounting             0-324-22361-7
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                                                                                        COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING               ➤
Working Papers Plus for Select Exercises                                Survey of Accounting, 2e
and Problems, Accounting Chs. 1-17                   0-324-20377-2
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and Problems, Accounting Chs. 12-25                  0-324-20378-0      2-Color, 656 pp., 2004
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Accounting Chs. 1-17                                 0-324-20375-6
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Accounting Chs. 12-25                                0-324-20376-4
                                                                        This text provides a contemporary
Package: Practice Set Key and Inspector CD-ROM,                         introduction to accounting and
Dynamic Designs, Inc. (Managerial Accounting)        0-324-20524-4
                                                                        accounting systems. It covers the essence of both
Package: Practice Set Key and Inspector CD-ROM,                         financial and managerial accounting in a non-procedural,
First Designs (Financial Accounting)                 0-324-20530-9
                                                                        non-debit and credit manner. After a brief introduction to
Package: Practice Set Key and Inspector CD-ROM,                         financial statement preparation, the remainder of the text
Groom & Board (Financial Accounting)                 0-324-20532-5
                                                                        focuses on controls and the use of accounting information
Package: Practice Set Key and Inspector CD-ROM,                         in decision making.
Specialty Sports (Financial Accounting)              0-324-20526-0
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                                                                        Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM                 0-324-18369-0
Package: Practice Set and P.A.S.S. Software,
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                                                                                    Using QuickBooks™ Pro® 2004
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Package: Practice Set and P.A.S.S. Software,                            Glenn Owen, Allan Hancock College
Tom’s Asphalt (Financial Accounting)                 0-324-20520-1      2-Color, 272 pp., 2005
Peachtree®: Instructor’s CD, Peachtree®                                 ISBN: 0-324-22372-2
Accounting Software, Coddled Canine
(Financial Accounting)                               0-324-23230-6            http://owen.swlearning.com
Peachtree®: Instructor’s Resource CD,
Peachtree® Accounting Software,                                         This is the first book of its kind to provide a self-paced
Coddled Canine (Financial Accounting)                0-324-20600-3      environment where students use a commercially available
Peachtree®: Practice Set and Peachtree®                                 software product to analyze, interpret, and investigate
Accounting Software, Coddled Canine                                     accounting information to make business decisions. This
(Financial Accounting)                               0-324-20588-0      textbook will help students learn fundamental accounting
                                                                        concepts and principles through the use of QuickBooks
Table of Contents                                                       and the analysis of business events.
1. Introduction to Accounting and Business. 2. Analyzing
Transactions. 3. The Matching Concept and the Adjusting Process.
4. Completing the Accounting Cycle. 5. Accounting Systems and           Supplements
Internal Controls. 6. Accounting for Merchandising Businesses.          Instructor’s Manual                          0-324-29141-8
7. Cash. 8. Receivables. 9. Inventories. 10. Fixed Assets and
Intangible Assets. 11. Current Liabilities. 12. Corporations:
Organization, Capital Stock Transactions, and Dividends.
13. Partnerships and Limited Liability Corporations. 14. Income         Using QuickBooks™ Pro® 2003
Taxes, Unusual Income Items, and Investments in Stocks. 15. Bonds
Payable and Investments in Bonds. 16. Statement of Cash Flows.
                                                                        For Accounting, 2e
17. Financial Statement Analysis. 18. Introduction to Managerial        Glenn Owen, Allan Hancock College
Accounting and Job Order Cost Systems. 19. Process Cost Systems.        2-Color, 272 pp., 2004
20. Cost Behavior and Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis. 21. Budgeting.
22. Performance Evaluation Using Variances from Standard Costs.         ISBN: 0-324-20061-7
23. Performance Evaluation for Decentralized Operations.
24. Differential Analysis and Product Pricing. 25. Capital Investment         http://owen.swlearning.com
Analysis. Appendix A. Interest Tables. Appendix B. Codes of
Professional Ethics. Appendix C. Alternative Methods of Recording       This is the first book of its kind to
Deferrals. Appendix D. Periodic Inventory Systems for Merchandising     provide a self-paced environment where
Businesses. Appendix E. Foreign Currency Transactions. Appendix F.      students use a commercially available software product to
The Home Depot, Inc. Annual Report. Glossary. Subject Index.
Company Index.



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                      analyze, interpret, and investigate accounting information    Excel and Access For Accounting
                      to make business decisions. This textbook will help
                                                                                    Glenn Owen, Allan Hancock College
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                      students learn fundamental accounting concepts and
                      principles through the use of QuickBooks and the analysis     2-Color, 256 pp., 2003
                      of business events.                                           ISBN: 0-324-06857-3

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                      Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM                  0-324-20063-3   This text has a two-fold approach: it
                                                                                    teaches students how businesses use
                                                                                    spreadsheets and databases in accounting, and serves as
                      Integrated Accounting                                         a primer explaining how to use these tools in solving real
                      for Windows, 4e                                               accounting problems. It is written in a step-by-step format
                      Dale Klooster,                                                with plenty of screen shots making it easy to follow.
                        Educational Technical Systems, Inc.
                      Warren Allen,
                                                                                    Supplements
                        Educational Technical Systems, Inc.                         Instructor’s Manual                          0-324-06851-8

                      4-Color, 624 pp., 2004
                      ISBN: 0-324-19139-1                                           Excel Applications
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                                                                                    Gaylord N. Smith, Albion College
                      Supplements                                                   4-Color, 224 pp., 2004
                      Instructor’s Manual                           0-324-19142-1
                                                                                    ISBN: 0-324-27027-5

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                      Building Business
                                                                                    The text introduces students to the
                      Spreadsheets with Excel                                       power of spreadsheets. It contains over
                      Kathleen Adkins                                               50 spreadsheet problems that reinforce principles of
                      2-Color, 224 pp., 2002                                        accounting concepts. The problems incorporate formula
                      ISBN: 0-324-13151-8                                           development and model building skills that may be used
                                                                                    in a variety of accounting applications. Emphasis is
                           http://www.swlearning.com                                placed on what if analysis.
                      This text teaches readers how to build                        Supplements
                      business spreadsheets like a pro.                             Instructor/Solutions Manual on CD-ROM        0-324-27030-5
                      Problem-based learning is used to build students’ skills as
                      they complete real-life problems. In addition they learn
                      Excel’s best features for working accurately and              Excel Quick, 2e
                      efficiently, how to find and solve common errors, give
                      spreadsheets a professional look, solve printing problems     Gaylord N. Smith, Albion College
                      and structure spreadsheets to answer business’s common        1-Color, 144 pp., 2004
                      “what-if” questions.                                          ISBN: 0-324-27032-1

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                      Instructor’s Manual                           0-324-13152-6
                                                                                    Excel Quick is a short but thorough
                                                                                    introduction to Excel®. The book uses
                                                                                    a teach by example approach with as little time as
                                                                                    possible spent discussing spreadsheets and as much time
                                                                                    as possible spent using them. Written for business
                                                                                    students, the book has many real world examples. It
                                                                                    covers Excel 2002 XP, and also covers prior versions of
                                                                                    Excel® 97 and Excel® 2000, discussing differences where
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                                                                                       MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING                       ➤
Managerial Accounting                                               Table of Contents
                                                                    1. Introduction to Managerial Accounting and Job Order Cost




                                                                                                                                           ACCOUNTING/TAXATION
                                                                    Systems. 2. Process Cost Systems. 3. Cost Behavior and Cost-
                                                                    Volume-Profit Analysis. 4. Profit Reporting for Management Analysis.
            Managerial Accounting, 8e                               5. Budgeting. 6. Performance Evaluation Using Variances from
                                                                    Standard Costs. 7. Performance Evaluation for Decentralized
Carl S. Warren, University of Georgia                               Operations. 8. Differential Analysis and Product Pricing. 9. Capital
James M. Reeve, University of Tennessee                             Investment Analysis. 10. Cost Allocation and Activity-Based
                                                                    Costing. 11. Cost Management for Just-in-Time Environments.
Philip E. Fess, University of Illinois
                                                                    12. Statement of Cash Flows. 13. Financial Statement Analysis.
4-Color, 640 pp., 2005                                              Appendix A. Interest Tables. Appendix B. Codes of Professional
                                                                    Ethics for Accountants. Appendix C. The Home Depot Annual Report.
ISBN: 0-324-18802-1                                                 Glossary. Subject Index. Company Index.
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                                                                                Management Accounting, 3e
This text will show your students how to use accounting
information as a competitive advantage in the real world.           Monte Swain, Brigham Young University
Don’t manage with anything less…than the new edition                W. Steve Albrecht, Brigham Young University
of this managerial text from the authors of Accounting,             James D. Stice, Brigham Young University
21e, the most successful college educational product of             Earl Kay Stice, Brigham Young University
all time. Managerial Accounting, 8e combines basic
                                                                    4-Color, 632 pp., 2005
concepts with a heavy dose of the real world to build the
skills needed to analyze accounting information for                 ISBN: 0-324-20676-3
effective management.                                                     http://www.swlearning.com

Supplements                                                         Accounting is about decision making using financial
Instructor’s Guide to Online Resources              0-324-20459-0   information. The text focuses on developing a student’s
Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM,                                       ability to critically analyze accounting information and
Financial & Managerial Accounting                   0-324-20577-5   make informed business decisions. Students are exposed
Solutions Manual, Managerial or                                     to numerous real-world examples where they can see the
Financial & Managerial, Chs. 16-26                  0-324-20441-8   effect that accounting information has on the decisions
Test Bank, Managerial or                                            made by real companies.
Financial & Managerial Accounting, Chs. 16-26       0-324-20576-7
Working Papers Plus for Selected Problems and                       Supplements
Exercises, Managerial Accounting                    0-324-22211-4   Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM                        0-324-20688-7
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Financial & Managerial, Chs. 16-26                  0-324-20541-4
Solutions Transparencies, A Problems & Exercises;
                                                                    Information for Decisions, 3e
Managerial or Financial & Managerial Accounting,                    Robert W. Ingram, University of Alabama
Chs. 16-26                                          0-324-20537-6   Thomas L. Albright, University of Alabama
Solutions Transparencies, B Problems & Exercises;                   John Hill, The University of Alabama
Managerial or Financial & Managerial Accounting,
Chs. 16-26                                          0-324-20539-2   4-Color, 562 pp., 2003
Study Guide, Managerial Accounting                  0-324-22213-0   ISBN: 0-324-15988-9
Tutorial Videos on DVD, Managerial or                                     http://ingram.swlearning.com
Financial & Managerial Accounting, Chs. 16-26       0-324-20572-4
Tutorial Videos on VHS, Managerial or                               Unlike any other text, Ingram presents managerial
Financial & Managerial Accounting, Chs. 16-26       0-324-20745-X   accounting as a crucial communication tool for
WebTutor Advantage for Blackboard,                                  management decision making. Additionally, students learn
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                      Managerial Accounting:                                            Package: Practice Set Key and Inspector CD-ROM,
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                      A Focus On Decision Making, 2e
ACCOUNTING/TAXATION


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                      Steve Jackson,                                                    Specialty Sports (Financial Accounting)            0-324-20526-0
                        The University of Tennessee at Martin                           Package: Practice Set Key and Inspector CD-ROM,
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                      ISBN: 0-324-18281-3                                               Package: Practice Set and P.A.S.S. Software,
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                      This text is unique in its first-person, discovery learning
                                                                                        Tom’s Asphalt (Financial Accounting)               0-324-20520-1
                      approach using a 4-step decision-making model
                                                                                        Peachtree®: Instructor’s Resource CD,
                      throughout. It truly conveys a management perspective,
                                                                                        Peachtree® Accounting Software,
                      by including coverage of topics such as ABM, the value            Coddled Canine (Financial Accounting)              0-324-20600-3
                      chain and balanced scorecard evaluation techniques. It is
                                                                                        Peachtree®: Practice Set and
                      also the first managerial text to incorporate coverage on         Peachtree® Accounting Software,
                      knowledge management (Ch. 13) highlighting the latest             Coddled Canine (Financial Accounting)              0-324-20588-0
                      developments for improved managerial decision making.             Power Accounting System Software (P.A.S.S.)
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                      Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM                      0-324-18285-6   Presentation Transparencies, Accounting
                                                                                        Chs. 1-17                                          0-324-20418-3
                                                                                        Solutions Transparencies A Problems & Exercises,
                      Financial Accounting                                              Accounting                                         0-324-20427-2
                                                                                        Solutions Transparencies B Problems & Exercises,
                                                                                        Accounting                                         0-324-20429-9
                                  Financial Accounting, 9e                              Tutorial Videos on DVD, Accounting                 0-324-20431-0
                                                                                        Tutorial Videos on VHS, Accounting                 0-324-20742-5
                      Carl S. Warren, University of Georgia
                                                                                        WebTutor Advantage for Blackboard,
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                      FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING provides a solid foundation of
                      accounting concepts with unique features to show how              Working Papers Plus for Select Exercises and Problems, Accounting
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                      users can use accounting to understand business. In this
                      text, the authors refine their proven approach to                 Working Papers for Exercises and Problems,         0-324-20375-6
                      accounting’s expanding role in business. FINANCIAL
                      ACCOUNTING 8e, uses the preparation of financial                  Table of Contents
                                                                                        1. Introduction to Accounting and Business. 2. Analyzing
                      statements as the framework for understanding what                Transactions. 3. The Matching Concept and the Adjusting Process.
                      accounting is all about.                                          4. Completing the Accounting Cycle. 5. Accounting Systems and
                                                                                        Internal Controls. 6. Accounting for Merchandising Businesses.
                      Supplements                                                       7. Cash. 8. Receivables. 9. Inventories. 10. Fixed Assets and
                      Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM, Accounting          0-324-20416-7   Intangible Assets. 11. Current Liabilities. 12. Corporations:
                                                                                        Organization, Capital Stock Transactions, and Dividends.
                      Instructor’s Manual, Accounting Chs. 1-17         0-324-20414-0   13. Partnerships and Limited Liability Corporations. 14. Income
                      Solutions Manual, Accounting Chs. 1-17            0-324-20420-5   Taxes, Unusual Income Items, and Investments in Stocks. 15. Bonds
                                                                                        Payable and Investments in Bonds. 16. Statement of Cash Flows.
                      Test Bank, Accounting 0-324-20422-1                               17. Financial Statement Analysis. Appendix A. Interest Tables.
                      Study Guide, Accounting Chs.                      0-324-20373-X   Appendix B. Codes of Professional Ethics. Appendix C. Alternative
                                                                                        Methods of Recording Deferrals. Appendix D. Periodic Inventory
                      Instructor’s Guide to Online Resources            0-324-20459-0   Systems for Merchandising Businesses. Appendix E. Foreign Currency
                      Package: Practice Set Key and Inspector CD-ROM,                   Transactions. Appendix F. The Home Depot Annual Report. Glossary.
                      First Designs (Financial Accounting)              0-324-20530-9   Subject Index. Company Index.


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                                                                                      FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING              ➤
            Financial and Managerial                          Financial Accounting with Questions,
            Accounting, 8e                                    Exercises, Problems, Case Problems,




                                                                                                                                ACCOUNTING/TAXATION
Carl S. Warren, University of Georgia                         Cases and Thomson Analytics, 2e
James M. Reeve, University of Tennessee                       Rick Antle, Yale University
Philip E. Fess, University of Illinois                        Stanley J. Garstka, Yale University
4-Color, 1,248 pp., 2005                                      4-Color, 384 pp., 2004
ISBN: 0-324-18801-3                                           ISBN: 0-324-18075-6
     http://warren.swlearning.com                                   http://antle.swlearning.com

Ideal for introduction to accounting courses, this market     The text provides a comprehensive
dominating text presents balanced coverage of both            introduction to the basic accounting statements and
financial and managerial topics. In this text, the authors    techniques. It then uses present values and expected
refine their proven approach to accounting’s expanding        values to develop the benchmark of normal earnings and
role in business. This text uses the preparation of           explain the importance of generating abnormal earnings.
financial statements as the framework for understanding
what accounting is all about.                                 Supplements
                                                              Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM                      0-324-18209-0
Supplements
Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM                  0-324-20577-5
                                                              Financial Accounting:
                                                              Information for Decisions, 5e
            Financial Accounting, 9e
                                                              Robert W. Ingram, University of Alabama
W. Steve Albrecht, Brigham Young University                   Thomas L. Albright, University of Alabama
James D. Stice, Brigham Young University                      Bruce A. Baldwin, Arizona State University West
Earl Kay Stice, Brigham Young University                      4-Color, 700 pp., 2004
Monte Swain, Brigham Young University                         ISBN: 0-324-18397-6
4-Color, 768 pp., 2005
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ISBN: 0-324-20674-7

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                                                              Now in its fifth edition, the primary goal of this text
                                                              remains the same—teaching students to understand the
Accounting is about decision making using financial           impact of accounting information on a company’s
information. The text focuses on developing a student’s       financial statements. The authors illustrate accounting
the ability to critically analyze accounting information      not as a set of technical procedures, but as a way of
and make informed business decisions. Students are            identifying and understanding business problems and a
exposed to a lot of real-world examples where they can        means for evaluating alternative solutions.
see the effect that accounting information has on the
decisions made by real companies. Also chapters are split     Supplements
into basic and expanded material so that the professor        Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM                      0-324-18527-8
can easily cover the basics of a topic or, if he or she
prefers, delve deeper into a selected topic. Finally,
analysis is incorporated throughout the text so that          Financial Accounting:
students can learn to use accounting information as they      The Impact on Decision Makers, 4e
learn how that information is prepared.                       Gary A. Porter,
                                                                University of St. Thomas—St. Paul, MN
Supplements                                                   Curtis L. Norton, Northern Illinois University
Instructor’s Manual                           0-324-20672-0
                                                              4-Color, 800 pp., 2004
                                                              ISBN: 0-324-18568-5

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                                                              The Fourth Edition of Financial Accounting teaches
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                                                              To lead students to a full understanding of the impact of


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                      ➤      INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING

                      financial statements on business decision-making, the             Noncurrent Operating. Assets—Acquisition. 13. Investments in
                      authors use the financial statements from Winnebago               Noncurrent Operating. Assets—Utilization and Retirement.
                                                                                        14. Investments in Debt and Equity Securities. PART 3: ADDITIONAL
ACCOUNTING/TAXATION



                      Industries throughout the chapter and end of chapter              ACTIVITIES AND COMMON DISCLOSURES OF A BUSINESS. 15. Leases.
                      material. Porter/Norton is unique in that it also uses a          16. Income Taxes. 17. Employee Compensation—Payroll, Pensions,
                      competing company to Winnebago, Monaco Coach, to do               and Other Compensation Issues. 18. Derivatives, Contingencies,
                      comparative financial analysis; this is reflected                 Business Segments, and Interim Reports. PART 4: OTHER
                                                                                        DIMENSIONS OF FINANCIAL REPORTING. 19. Earnings Per Share.
                      throughout the text and in end of chapter problems.               20. Accounting Changes and Error Corrections. 21. Analysis of
                                                                                        Financial Statements. APPENDICES:. A. The Walt Disney Company
                      Supplements                                                       2001 Annual Report. B. Time Value of Money. C. Index of
                      Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM                      0-324-18628-2   References to APB and FASB Pronouncements. D. Glossary.
                                                                                        E. Check Figures.


                      Intermediate Accounting                                           Intermediate Accounting, 9e
                                                                                        Loren A. Nikolai,
                                                                                          University of Missouri at Columbia
                      Intermediate Accounting, 15e
                                                                                        John D. Bazley,
                      James Stice, Brigham Young University                               University of Denver
                      Earl Kay Stice, Brigham Young University
                                                                                        2-Color, 1,280 pp., 2004
                      Fred Skousen, Brigham Young University
                                                                                        ISBN: 0-324-18328-3
                      4-Color, 1,392 pp., 2004
                      ISBN: 0-324-17982-0                                                    http://nikolai.swlearning.com

                           http://stice.swlearning.com                                  In balancing conceptual and procedural intermediate
                                                                                        financial accounting material, the ninth edition of this
                      Intermediate Accounting presents accounting from the              text offers students a strong foundation on which to build
                      perspective of the essential activities of business:              an understanding of today’s accounting information
                      operating, investing, and financing. Learners will see            needs. With up-to-date content reflecting the recent FASB
                      accounting as it is in the real world—an essential                changes, this text will assist students in gaining a clear
                      component of the management function and decision-                understanding of the topics key to success in both their
                      making process.                                                   careers as professional accountants and their goal of
                                                                                        passing the CPA examination.
                      Supplements
                      Instructor’s Manual                               0-324-18391-7   Supplements
                      Instructor’s Resource CD-Rom w/ ExamView          0-324-22287-4   Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM                       0-324-18320-X
                      Study Guide                                       0-324-18377-1
                      Study Guide Volume II                             0-324-27039-9   Intermediate Accounting
                      Test Bank                                         0-324-18385-2
                                                                                        with Becker CD-ROM
                      Solutions Manual + CSA CD-ROM                     0-324-18381-X
                                                                                        David Rees, Southern Utah University
                      Solutions Volume 2 + CSA CD-ROM                   0-324-18376-3
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                      Solutions Transparencies Volume 1                 0-324-18382-8
                                                                                        2-Color, 1,120 pp., 2004
                      Solutions Transparencies Volume 2                 0-324-18383-6
                                                                                        ISBN: 0-324-06876-X
                      WebTutor Advantage for Blackboard                 0-324-18393-3
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                      WebTutor ToolBox for Blackboard                   0-534-27489-7   Designed for the intermediate financial
                      WebTutor ToolBox for WebCT                        0-534-27488-9   accounting course, this text focuses on relating
                                                                                        accounting concepts to accounting practice. Of the book’s
                      Table of Contents                                                 21 chapters, eight are devoted to the FASB’s Conceptual
                      PART 1: FOUNDATIONS OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING. 1. Financial
                      Reporting. 2. A Review of the Accounting Cycle. 3. The Balance
                                                                                        Framework and accounting concepts. This conceptual
                      Sheet and Notes to the Financial Statements. 4. The Income        approach is consistent with the call for a focus on
                      Statement. 5. The Statement of Cash Flows. PART 2: PRIMARY        learning instead of memorizing.
                      ACTIVITIES OF A BUSINESS. SECTION 1: OPERATING ACTIVITIES.
                      6. Earnings Management. 7. The Revenue/Receivables/Cash Cycle.    Supplements
                      8. Revenue Recognition. 9. Cost of Goods Sold and Inventory.
                      SECTION 2: FINANCING ACTIVITIES. 10. Debt Financing. 11. Equity   Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM                       0-324-20103-6
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                                                                             COST ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING                     ➤
Cost Accounting                                                       Cost Accounting:
                                                                      Traditions & Innovations, 5e




                                                                                                                                     ACCOUNTING/TAXATION
                                                                      Jesse T. Barfield,
               Principles of                                            Loyola University—New Orleans
               Cost Accounting, 13e                                   Cecily A. Raiborn,
Edward J. Vanderbeck, Xavier University                                 Loyola University—New Orleans
2-Color, 480 pp., 2005                                                Michael R. Kinney,
                                                                        Texas A&M University
ISBN: 0-324-19169-3
                                                                      1-Color, 976 pp., 2003
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thorough, but concise understanding of
cost concepts, cost behavior, and cost accounting                     This book provides the most practical, real-world
techniques as applied to manufacturing and service                    presentation of cost accounting on the market by
businesses. The principles and procedures of job order                blending a traditional and proven method of teaching
costing, process costing, and standard costing are                    cost accounting with the integration of innovative topics.
presented in a logical yet brief manner.                              A flexible organization and clear presentation allows
                                                                      students to clearly understand difficult topics. The revised
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Instructor’s Manual/Test Bank                       0-324-19172-3     well as reduces redundancy between cost accounting and
Instructor’s Resource CD                            0-324-22699-3     other business courses.
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                                                                      Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM                  0-324-18093-4
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Practice Set and P.A.S.S. Software,
                                                                      Auditing
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Practice Set w/ General Ledger Software             0-324-19174-X                 Auditing: Concepts for a
Practice Set w/ Inspector CD                        0-324-19175-8                 Changing Environment, 5e
Practice Set                                        0-324-19171-5     Larry E. Rittenberg,
Solutions Manual                                    0-324-19164-2       University of Wisconsin-Madison
Solutions Transparencies                            0-324-19165-0     Bradley J. Schwieger,
Student Spreadsheet Templates                       0-324-19166-9       St. Cloud State University
Study Guide/Working Papers                          0-324-19170-7     1-Color, 320 pp., 2005
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Table of Contents                                                     The fourth edition of this text extends the coverage of
1. Introduction to Cost Accounting. 2. Accounting for Materials.      the new approaches to the audit function from a systems
3. Accounting for Labor. 4. Accounting for Factory Overhead.
5. Process Cost Accounting – General Procedures. 6. Process Cost      and assurance services perspective. Business risk analysis
Accounting – Additional Procedures. 7. Master Budgets and Flexible    and the evaluation of audit evidence is integrated
Budgets. 8. Standard Cost Accounting - Materials, Labor and Factory   throughout. This edition emphasizes professional services,
Overhead. 9. Cost Accounting for Service Businesses. 10. Cost         analytical techniques, less audit sampling, and enhanced
Analysis and Management Decision Making.
                                                                      computer auditing approaches. The fourth edition also
                                                                      integrates IDEA professional audit software into the text
                                                                      and end-of-chapter problems.

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                      Contemporary Auditing:                                        Taxation
                      Real Issues and Cases, 5e
ACCOUNTING/TAXATION



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                                                                                    Payroll Accounting 2004, 14e
                      1-Color, 300 pp., 2004
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                      (3) A transition away from first-person delivery by             changes. You can find these changes listed on the “As
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                      discovery by students both within and outside of the
                      classroom. To transcend the boundaries of financial           Supplements
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                                                                                    Table of Contents
                                                                                    1. The Need for Payroll and Personnel Records. 2. Computing and
                                                                                    Paying Wages and Salaries. 3. Social Security Taxes. 4. Income Tax
                                                                                    Withholding. 5. Unemployment Compensation Taxes. 6. Analyzing
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                                                                                    A: Computerized Payroll Accounting. Appendix B: Excel Template
                                                                                    Instructions for the Glo-Brite Payroll Project. Appendix C: Social
                                                                                    Security Benefits. Tax Table A: Tables for Percentage Method of
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