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The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Accounting Course, 4th Ed

The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Accounting Course, 4th Ed

4th Edition
By Robert Dixon and Harold Arnett and Howard Davidoff
ISBN10: 0071486038
ISBN13: 9780071486033
Copyright: 2008
09780071486033

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Preface

Introduction

Chapter 1: The Balance Sheet

Chapter 2: The Income Statement

Chapter 3: The Accounting Structure

Chapter 4: The Accounting Cycle

Chapter 5: Working Capital

Chapter 6: Statement of Cash Flows

Chapter 7: Inventories

Chapter 8: Property, Plant and Depreciation

Chapter 9: Corporation Accounts

Chapter 10: Dividends and Reserves

Chapter 11: Long-Term Debt

Chapter 12: Basic Cost Accounting

Chapter 13: Cost Standards

Chapter 14: Internal Management Accounting

Chapter 15: Federal Income Tax Concepts

Chapter 16: Personal Computers and Software

Chapter 17: Consolidated Statements

Chapter 18: Income Tax Allocation

Chapter 19: Business Combinations: Mergers, Acquisitions and Consolidations

Chapter 20: Accounting for Foreign Operations