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|Title:||Basics of Accounting & Information Processing: The Accounting Cycle - eBooks and textbooks from bookboon.com|
|Authors:||Walther, Larry M.|
Skousen, Christopher J.
|Abstract:||Formally defined, accounting is a set of concepts and techniques that are used to measure and report financial information about an economic unit. While this may seem relatively straightforward, accounting is actually a very complex field that requires both technical proficiency and also a certain amount of artistry. This text introduces new practitioners to accounting fundamentals and helps prepare them for further studies in the field. It is available to download as a free e-book.|
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