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The 7th Edition of Financial Accounting focuses on analysis and interpretation while retaining the basics of relevant accounting processes. Analyzing and interpreting real-life financial statements are a key part of this text. This edition covers all recent developments in financial reporting, including International Financial Reporting Standards, FASB Accounting Standards Codification, eXtensible Business Reporting Language changes, the role of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, and new internal control standards. Part I develops the basic accounting model using a simplified corporate form and explains the concepts and steps in the accounting cycle. The authors introduce the statement of cash flows early in the text. Part II introduces internal controls and cash accounting issues. Chapters then cover income measurement and valuation issues relating to receivables, short-term financing, inventories, and long-term assets. Part III discusses the corporation as a unique form of business organization. The authors discuss accounting for the issuance of bonds using both the straight-line and the effective interest methods. Part IV illustrates the statement of cash flows using a unique introduction that shows interrelationships among the financial statements and discusses financial statement analysis with an emphasis on the significance and interpretation of the results. It concludes with international accounting and financial reporting issues which includes a complete discussion of IFRS.
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