INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING by Kieso, Weygandt, and Warfield is, quite simply, the standard by which all other intermediate accounting texts are measured. Through thirty years and thirteen best-selling editions, the text has built a reputation for accuracy, comprehensiveness, and student success. The Fourteenth Edition maintains the qualities for which the text is globally recognized, and continues to be your students? gateway to the profession! Volume I is comprised of Chapters 1-14. Each study guide chapter is comprised of a detailed chapter review, demonstration problems, true/false, multiple-choice, matching questions, and copmrehensive exercises. This book is a bound paperback with three-hole punches for convenient storage in a binder.
This study guide is a powerful tool for in classroom use and for preparing for exams. Each chapter of the guide includes study objectives, a chapter review consisting of 20-30 key points, and a demonstration problem linked to study objectives in the textbook. True/false, multiple-choice, and matching questions in it provide additional practice opportunities. Solutions to the exercises are detailed and therefore provide substantial feedback.
Now readers can get all the accuracy and authority of the best-selling intermediate accounting book in the new second edition of this brief, streamlined version! Fundamentals of Intermediate Accounting presents a balanced discussion of concepts and applications, explaining the rationale behind business transactions before addressing the accounting and reporting for those activities. Readers will gain a solid foundation in such areas as the standard-setting process, the three major financial statements, revenue recognition, income taxes, reporting disclosure issues, and much more.
Due to the emergence of IFRS as the required convention for reporting to stock exchanges in the European Union and other important markets, accountants must gain a strong understanding of these standards. Intermediate Accounting integrates this new information throughout the chapters so they’ll learn how to apply the new global accounting standards. Global examples are presented to clearly show how the information is utilized in the field. The use of various currencies is also explored, which is critical for accountants to know in today’s global businesses environment.