Accounting for Governmental & Nonprofit Entities, 19th Edition
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For more than 60 years, Accounting for Governmental & Nonprofit Entities has been the leader in the market. It is a comprehensive governmental and not-for-profit accounting text written for students who will be auditing and working in public and not-for- profit sector entities. Originally published in 1951, this book and the many subsequent editions have given generations of instructors and students a comprehensive knowledge of the specialized accounting and financial reporting practices of governmental and not-for-profit organizations, as well as an understanding of how those organizations can better meet the information needs of a diverse set of financial statement users and decision makers. This edition continues to provide a large and innovative set of instructional support materials prepared and tested in the classroom. The result is a relevant and accurate text that includes the most effective instructional tools.
Chapter 1: Introduction to Accounting and Financial Reportingfor Government and Not-for-Profit Entities
PART ONE: State and Local Governments
Chapter 2: Principles of Accounting and Financial Reportingfor State and Local Governments
Chapter 3: Governmental Operating Statement Accounts;Budgetary Accounting
Chapter 4: Accounting for Governmental Operating Activities—Illustrative Transactions and Financial Statements
Chapter 5: Accounting for General Capital Assets and CapitalProjects
Chapter 6: Accounting for General Long-Term Liabilities andDebt Service
Chapter 7: Accounting for the Business-type Activities ofState and Local Governments
Chapter 8: Accounting for Fiduciary Activities—Custodial andTrust Funds
Chapter 9: FinancialReporting of State and Local Governments
PART TWO: Accountability for Public Funds
Chapter 10: Analysis of Government Financial Performance
Chapter 11: Auditing of Government and Not-for-ProfitOrganizations
Chapter 12: Budgeting and Performance Measurement
PART THREE: Accounting and Financial Reporting for Not-for-ProfitOrganizations and the Federal Government
Chapter 13: Not-for-Profit Organizations— Regulatory,Taxation, and Performance Issues
Chapter 14: Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organizations
Chapter 15: Accounting for Colleges and Universities
Chapter 16: Accounting for Health Care Organizations
Chapter 17: Accounting and Reporting for the Federal Government
Government and Not-for-Profit Organizations
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