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Financial & Managerial Accounting
Financial & Managerial Accounting

Financial & Managerial Accounting, 20th Edition

ISBN10: 1264445245 | ISBN13: 9781264445240
By Mark Bettner, Jan Williams and Kevin Smith
© 2024

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Financial and Managerial Accounting: The Basis for Business Decisions continues to offer a solid foundation for students who are learning basic accounting concepts. Known for giving equal weight to financial and managerial topics, the authors emphasize the need for a strong foundation in both aspects of accounting. The authors made data driven revisions focusing on where students were struggling and updated content accordingly. Updates have also been made to the high-quality end of chapter problems and new Guided Example hint videos in Connect. 

Chapter 1: Accounting: Information for Decision Making 
Chapter 2: Basic Financial Statements 
Chapter 3: The Accounting Cycle: Capturing Economic Events  
Chapter 4: The Accounting Cycle: Accruals and Deferrals  
Chapter 5: The Accounting Cycle: Reporting Financial Results 
                 COMPREHENSIVE PROBLEM 1: French Broad Equipment Rentals 
Chapter 6: Merchandising Activities 
Chapter 7: Financial Assets 
Chapter 8: Inventories and the Cost of Goods Sold  
Chapter 9: Plant and Intangible Assets  
Chapter 10: Liabilities  
Chapter 11: Stockholder’s Equity: Paid-in Capital  
   COMPREHENSIVE PROBLEM 3: Mountain Sports, Inc.  
Chapter 12: Revenue Recognition and Reporting Results of Operations   
Chapter 13: Statement of Cash Flows 
Chapter 14: Financial Statement Analysis
                   COMPREHENSIVE PROBLEMS 4: Home Depot, Inc.   
Chapter 15: Global Business and Accounting  
Chapter 16: Management Accounting: A Business Partner   
Chapter 17: Job Order Cost Systems and Overhead Allocations   
Chapter 18: Process Costing  
Chapter 19: Costing and the Value Chain  
Chapter 20: Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis   
Chapter 21: Incremental Analysis 
Chapter 22: Responsibility Accounting and Transfer Pricing   
Chapter 23: Operational Budgeting 
Chapter 24: Standard Cost Systems   
Chapter 25: Rewarding Business Performance   
                   COMPREHENSIVE PROBLEM 6: Utease Corporation 
Chapter 26: Capital Budgeting  

APPENDIX A: Home Depot 2018 Financial Statements   
APPENDIX B: The Time Value of Money 
APPENDIX C: Forms of Business Organization   
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Mark Bettner

Mark S. Bettner is Professor Emeritus of the Kenneth W. Freeman College of Management at Bucknell University, where he was the Christian R. Lindback Chair of Accounting & Financial Management for thirty years. He has been a Visiting Professor of Accounting and Finance at Furman University since 2019. Dr. Bettner received his PhD in business administration from Texas Tech University and his MS in accounting from Virginia Tech University. In addition to his work on Financial Accounting and Financial & Managerial Accounting, he has created ancillary materials, published in scholarly journals, and presented at academic and practitioner conferences. Professor Bettner served on the editorial advisory boards of several academic journals, including the International Journal of Accounting and Business Society and the International Journal of Business and Accounting. In addition, he served as a reviewer for Advances in Public Interest Accounting, Essays in Economics and Business History, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, and International Journal on Critical Accounting. Professor Bettner developed and taught commercial lending courses for the Pennsylvania Bankers Association for more than 20 years and was a consultant for the Small Business Development Center at Bucknell University for 10 years.

Jan Williams

Jan R. Williams is Dean and Professor Emeritus of the College of Business Administration at the University of Tennessee—Knoxville, where he was a faculty member from 1977 to 2013. He received a BS degree from George Peabody College, an MBA from Baylor University, and a PhD from the University of Arkansas. He previously served on the faculties at the University of Georgia and Texas Tech University. A CPA in Tennessee (active license) and Arkansas (inactive). Dr. Williams is the coauthor of four books and has published over 125 articles, research monographs, proceedings, and other publications on issues of corporate financial reporting and accounting and business education. He served as president of the American Accounting Association in 1999-2000, is past president of Beta Alpha Psi and past vice president of the Tennessee Society of CPAs, and has had active roles in the American Institute of CPAs and the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy. In 2011-12, he served as chair of the board of AACSB International—the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business—the accrediting organization for business schools and accounting programs worldwide. He retired from the University of Tennessee in 2013 and remains active in several business and accounting professional organizations. He was named Outstanding Accounting Educator by the American Accounting Association in 2018.

Kevin Smith

Kevin R. Smith is Director of the Master of Accountancy program and Professor of Accounting in the Woodbury School of Business at Utah Valley University. Dr. Smith obtained his PhD in accounting from the University of Arizona and earned both his BS and MS degrees in accounting from Brigham Young University. He is currently licensed as a CPA in Utah. Dr. Smith previously served on the faculty at the University of Kansas. Dr. Smith teaches a variety of courses in both financial and managerial accounting from the introductory level up to the graduate level. His research interests are in financial statement fraud and restatements, practitioner-related applications of accounting research, and accounting pedagogy. He has published articles in a variety of outlets including Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, Issues in Accounting Education, Tax Notes, Advances in Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management, and Accounting Perspectives.


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