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Schaum's Outline of Principles of Accounting I helps you understand basic accounting concepts and offer extra practice on topics such as debits, credits, the chart of accounts, the ledger, inventory measurement, net realizable value, recovery of bad debts, and methods for computing interest. Coverage also includes fixed assets, depreciation and scrap value, methods of depreciation, payroll, and payroll taxes.
Joel J. Lerner was a professor and the chairman of the business division at Sullivan County Community College. He presently is a member of the Board of Trustees of that institution. He received his B.S. from New York University and his M.S. and P.D. from Columbia University. He has coauthored the Schaum's Outlines of Principles of Accounting II, Intermediate Accounting, Bookkeeping and Accounting, Business Mathematics, and Introduction to Business and is the sole author of McGraw-Hill's Financial Planning for the Utterly Confused, now in its fifth edition. James A. Cashin was Emeritus Professor of Accounting at Hofstra University, where he was formerly Chairman of the Accounting Department. He was a coauthor of several accounting books, including Schaum's Outline of Principles of Accounting II, Schaum's Outline of Cost Accounting, and he was editor in chief of the Handbook for Auditors. Professor Cashin was a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Internal Auditor. He held a B.S. degree in accounting from the University of Georgia and an M.B.A. from New York University. He taught in the Graduate School of the City University of New York and New York University.
Schaum's Outline of Principles of Accounting I, 5ed 1. Accounting Concepts 2. Financial Statements 3. Analyzing and Classifying Transactions, Examination I 4. Recording Transactions 5. Repetitive Transactions 6. Adjusting and Closing Procedures, Examination II 7. Summarizing and Reporting Via the Service Business Work Sheet 8. Summarizing and Reporting Via the Merchandising 9. Business Work Sheet 10. Costing Merchandise Inventory 11. Alternative Inventory Valuation Methods 12. Repetitive Transactions 13. Capital and Equity, Examination III 14. Receivables and Payables 15. Cash and Its Control 16. Payroll 17. Property, Plant, and Equipment: Depreciation 18. Property, Plant, and Equipment: Disposal and Taxation 19. Examination IV 20. Final Examination.