Accounting for Business: An Introduction, second edition, has been thoroughly revised to provide vocational students with a comprehensive overview of key financial principles. Its business-oriented focus combined with a clear, concise writing style a an approach proven successful in the first edition a helps students gain competency in preliminary accounting concepts and applications in a practical way. Students will learn the principles that underpin the recording and control of business transactions. They will also learn how to build an accounting system for commercial businesses, ranging from the smallest enterprise to a larger trading business.T T Designing an accounting system Factors Design elements Internal control ac Nature of the activity acDesign of reports ac Safeguard the assets and ... 120 ACCOUNTING FOR BUSINESS 3.11 Accounting policy and procedures manual.
|Title||:||Accounting for Business: An Introduction|
|Author||:||Stephen Marley, Jeffrey Pedersen|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Higher Education AU - 2009-06-19|