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book-author

Pauline Weetman

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Pearson; 8th edition

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852 pages

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English

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B07TWR2CMH

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1292244410; 1292244437; 1292244453

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9781292244419/ 9781292244433/ 9781292244457


Book Description

Written by an professional trainer in Accounting; the eighth edition of this widespread textbook maintains all of the options which have contributed to the ebook’s recognition: emphasis on the accounting equation; a good larger vary of pupil actions all through each chapter; an accessible and writing type; and in depth use of actual-world case research. With a robust concentrate on the 2018 Conceptual Framework of the International Accounting Standards Board; Financial & Management Accounting: An Introduction; 8th Edition; (PDF) guides college students in recognizing the ‘why’ and not simply the ‘what’ of monetary and administration accounting.

Key options:

  • Treatment on honest worth all through
  • Assessment of the Strategic Report and Directors’ Report
  • New case research giving patterns from actual-world corporations
  • Fully in contact with the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
  • Questions are graded in accordance with complexity to test pupil understanding
  • Emphases on particular data outcomes; with finish-of-chapter self-analysis
  • Terminology and definitions are aligned with the 2018 IASB Conceptual Framework
  • Activities affiliated to every part of a chapter to inspire school college students to find and take into account points from completely different angles
  • Enlarged for this edition; expertise-pushed conversations between two managers are included all through; up to date with an much more sensible emphasis

Financial and Management Accounting: An Introduction; 8e is a core textbook for undergraduates on Accounting programs; undergraduates on Business Studies levels; college students finding out accounting for MBA and postgraduate programs; and professional programs the place accounting is launched for the primary time.

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book-author

Pauline Weetman

publisher

Pearson; 8th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

852 pages

language

English

asin

B07TWR2CMH

isbn10

1292244410; 1292244437; 1292244453

isbn13

9781292244419/ 9781292244433/ 9781292244457

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Front Cover
Title Page
Copyright Page
Contents in Brief
Contents
Preface to the eighth edition
Publisher’s acknowledgements
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Part 1 A conceptual framework: setting the scene
Chapter 1 Who needs accounting?
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
1.1 Introduction
1.2 The development of a conceptual framework
1.3 The Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting
1.4 Types of business entity
1.5 Users and their information needs
1.6 Financial statements
1.7 Summary
Further reading
Questions
Activities for study groups (4 or 5 per group)
Notes and references
Supplement: Introduction to the terminology of business transactions
Test your understanding
Chapter 2 A systematic approach to financial reporting: the accounting equation
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
2.1 Introduction
2.2 The accounting equation
2.3 Defining assets
2.4 Examples of assets
2.5 Recognition of assets
2.6 Measurement of assets
2.7 Defining liabilities
2.8 Examples of liabilities
2.9 Recognition of liabilities
2.10 Measurement of liabilities
2.11 The ownership interest
2.12 Assurance for users of financial statements
2.13 Summary
Further reading
Questions
Activities for study groups
Notes and references
Supplement: Debit and credit bookkeeping
Test your understanding
Chapter 3 Financial statements from the accounting equation
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Who is in charge of the accounting system?
3.3 The accounting period
3.4 The statement of financial position (balance sheet)
3.5 The income statement (profit and loss account)
3.6 The statement of cash flows
3.7 Usefulness of financial statements
3.8 Summary
Questions
Activities for study groups
Supplement: Using the accounting equation to analyse transactions
Test your understanding
Chapter 4 Ensuring the quality of financial statements
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Qualitative characteristics of financial statements
4.3 Accounting principles
4.4 Applying prudence
4.5 Regulation of financial reporting
4.6 Reviewing published financial statements
4.7 Summary
Further reading
Questions
Activities for study groups
Notes and references
Part 2 Reporting the transactions of a business
Chapter 5 Accounting information for service businesses
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Analysing transactions using the accounting equation
5.3 Illustration of accounting for a service business
5.4 A process for summarising the transactions: a spreadsheet
5.5 Financial statements as a means of communication
5.6 Summary
Questions
Supplement: Recording transactions in ledger accounts: a service business
Test your understanding
Chapter 6 Accounting information for trading businesses
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Goods purchased for resale
6.3 Manufacturing goods for resale
6.4 Illustration of accounting for a trading business
6.5 A process for summarising the transactions: a spreadsheet
6.6 Financial statements of M. Carter, wholesaler
6.7 Summary
Questions
Supplement: Recording transactions in ledger accounts: a trading business
Test your understanding
Part 3 Recognition in financial statements
Chapter 7 Published financial statements
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
7.1 Introduction
7.2 International influences
7.3 Accounting framework
7.4 Statement of financial position (balance sheet)
7.5 Income statement (profit and loss account)
7.6 Statement of cash flows
7.7 Group structure of companies
7.8 Group financial statements
7.9 Small and medium-sized entities (SMEs)
7.10 Beyond the annual report
7.11 Summary
Further reading
Useful websites
Questions
Activities for study groups
Notes and references
Supplement 7.1: Information to be presented on the face of the statement of financial position, as required by IAS 1
Supplement 7.2: Balance sheet format 1, as prescribed by theCompanies Act 2006
Supplement 7.3: Information to be presented on the face of theincome statement, as required by IAS 1
Supplement 7.4: UK Companies Act profit and loss account format 1 – list of contents
Chapter 8 Non-current (fixed) assets
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Definitions
8.3 Recognition and measurement
8.4 Users’ needs for information
8.5 Information provided in the financial statements
8.6 Usefulness of published information
8.7 Depreciation: an explanation of its nature
8.8 Reporting non-current (fixed) assets and depreciation in financial statements
8.9 Summary
Further reading
Questions
Activities for study groups
Notes and references
Supplement: Recording non-current (fixed) assets and depreciation
Test your understanding
Chapter 9 Current assets
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Definitions
9.3 The working capital cycle
9.4 Recognition and measurement
9.5 Users’ needs for information
9.6 Information provided in the financial statements
9.7 Measurement and recording
9.8 Inventories (stocks) of raw materials and finished goods
9.9 Receivables (debtors)
9.10 Prepayments
9.11 Revenue recognition
9.12 Summary
Questions
Activities for study groups
Notes and references
Supplement: Bookkeeping entries for (a) bad and doubtful debts; and (b) prepayments
Test your understanding
Chapter 10 Current liabilities
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Definitions
10.3 Recognition and measurement
10.4 Users’ needs for information
10.5 Information provided in the financial statements
10.6 Measurement and recording
10.7 Accruals and the matching concept
10.8 Liabilities for taxation
10.9 Summary
Questions
Activities for study groups
Notes and references
Supplement: Bookkeeping entries for accruals
Test your understanding
Chapter 11 Provisions and non-current (long-term) liabilities
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Users’ needs for information
11.3 Information provided in the financial statements
11.4 Provisions
11.5 Deferred income
11.6 Non-current (long-term) liabilities
11.7 Summary
Questions
Activities for study groups
Notes and references
Supplement: Bookkeeping entries for provisions and deferred income
Test your understanding
Chapter 12 Ownership interest
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Definition and recognition
12.3 Presentation of ownership interest
12.4 Statement of changes in equity
12.5 Users’ needs for information
12.6 Information provided in the financial statements
12.7 Dividends
12.8 Issue of further shares on the Stock Exchange
12.9 Summary
Questions
Activities for study groups
Notes and references
Supplement: A spreadsheet for adjustment to a trial balance at the end of the accounting period
Test your understanding
Part 4 Analysis and issues in reporting
Chapter 13 Ratio analysis
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
13.1 Introduction
13.2 A note on terminology
13.3 Systematic approach to ratio analysis
13.4 Investors’ views on risk and return
13.5 Pyramid of ratios
13.6 Use and limitations of ratio analysis
13.7 Worked example of ratio analysis
13.8 Linking ratios to the statement of cash flows
13.9 Combining ratios for interpretation
13.10 Summary
Questions
Notes and references
Chapter 14 Reporting corporate performance
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Strategy and performance
14.3 Other guidance in analysis
14.4 Segmental information
14.5 Off-balance sheet finance
14.6 Corporate social responsibility
14.7 Corporate governance
14.8 Meaning of ‘fair presentation’ and ‘true and fair view’
14.9 Measurement of value
14.10 Risk reporting
14.11 Developing issues: how valid is the stakeholder model?
14.12 Summary
Further reading
Questions
Activities for study groups
Notes and references
Chapter 15 Reporting cash flows
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
15.1 Introduction
15.2 The direct method and the indirect method
15.3 Preparing a statement of cash flows: the indirect method
15.4 Preparing a statement of cash flows: the direct method
15.5 Interpretation of cash flow information
15.6 Illustration
15.7 Summary
Further reading
Questions
Notes and references
MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
Part 5 Setting the scene and defining the basic tools of management accounting
Chapter 16 Functions of management accounting
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
16.1 Introduction
16.2 Meeting the needs of internal users
16.3 Management functions
16.4 Role of management accounting
16.5 Judgements and decisions: case study illustrations
16.6 The language of management accounting
16.7 Summary
Further reading
Questions
Activities for study groups
Notes and references
Chapter 17 Classification of costs
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
17.1 Definition of a cost
17.2 The need for cost classification
17.3 The meaning of ‘activity’ and ‘output’
17.4 Variable costs and fixed costs
17.5 Direct costs and indirect costs
17.6 Product costs and period costs
17.7 Cost classification for planning, decision making and control
17.8 Cost coding
17.9 Cost selection and reporting
17.10 Summary
Further reading
Questions
Activities for study groups
Chapter 18 Product costs: materials, labour and overheads
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
18.1 Introduction
18.2 Accounting for materials costs
18.3 Accounting for labour costs
18.4 Production overheads: traditional approach
18.5 Activity-based costing (ABC) for production overheads
18.6 Comparing the traditional approach and ABC
18.7 Summary
Further reading
Questions
Activities for study groups
Notes and references
Part 6 Job costs and stock valuation
Chapter 19 Job costing
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
19.1 Introduction
19.2 Job-cost records: an illustration
19.3 Job costing: applying the accounting equation to transactions
19.4 Absorption costing and marginal costing
19.5 Moving forward
19.6 Summary
Questions
Activities for study groups
Part 7 Decision making
Chapter 20 Break-even analysis and short-term decision making
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
20.1 Introduction
20.2 Cost behaviour: fixed and variable costs
20.3 Break-even analysis
20.4 Using break-even analysis
20.5 Limitations of break-even analysis
20.6 Applications of cost–volume–profit analysis
20.7 Cases in short-term decision making
20.8 Pricing decisions
20.9 Summary
Questions
Activities for study groups
Part 8 Planning and control
Chapter 21 Preparing a budget
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
21.1 Introduction
21.2 Purpose and nature of a budget system
21.3 Administration of the budgetary process
21.4 The benefits of budgeting
21.5 Behavioural aspects of budgeting
21.6 Approaches to budgeting
21.7 Practical example – development of a budget
21.8 Shorter budget periods
21.9 Summary
Questions
Activities for study groups
Chapter 22 Standard costs
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
22.1 Introduction
22.2 The level of output to be used in setting standards
22.3 The control process
22.4 Direct materials cost variance
22.5 Direct labour cost variance
22.6 Variable overhead cost variance
22.7 Fixed overhead expenditure variance
22.8 Case study: Allerdale Ltd
22.9 Investigating variances
22.10 Flexible budgets and variance analysis
22.11 Is variance analysis, based on standard costs, a useful exercise?
22.12 A broader view of applications of variance analysis
22.13 Summary
Questions
Activities for study groups
Notes and references
Chapter 23 Performance evaluation and feedback reporting
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
23.1 Introduction
23.2 Preparing performance reports
23.3 Performance evaluation
23.4 Benchmarking
23.5 Non-financial performance measures
23.6 The Balanced Scorecard
23.7 Management use of performance measurement
23.8 Summary
Further reading
Questions
Activities for study groups
Part 9 Capital investment appraisal and business strategy
Chapter 24 Capital investment appraisal
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
24.1 Purpose of capital investment appraisal
24.2 Payback method
24.3 Accounting rate of return
24.4 Net present value method
24.5 Internal rate of return
24.6 Mutually exclusive projects
24.7 Which methods are used in practice?
24.8 Control of investment projects: authorisation and review
24.9 Advanced manufacturing technologies
24.10 Summary
Further reading
Questions
Activities for study groups
Supplement: Table of discount factors
Chapter 25 Business strategy and management accounting
Real World Case
Learning outcomes
25.1 Introduction
25.2 Strategic management accounting
25.3 The just-in-time approach
25.4 Value chain analysis
25.5 Total quality management and cost of quality
25.6 Business process re-engineering
25.7 Digital business and e-commerce
25.8 Summary
Further reading
Questions
Activities for study groups
Note and reference
Financial accounting terms defined
Management accounting terms defined
Appendices
I Information extracted from annual report of Safe and Sure Group plc, used throughout Financial Accounting
II Solutions to numerical and technical questions in Financial Accounting
III Solutions to numerical and technical questions in Management Accounting
Index
Back Cover

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