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College Accounting, 2021

Grades: 9 - 12

Through proven pedagogy, time-tested and accurate problem material, and a traditional, straightforward approach to the basics of accounting, College Accounting offers first-time accounting students a path to understanding with examples of how accounting is used in the real world.


College Accounting (c) 2021 Online Student Edition, 1-year subscription

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Through proven pedagogy, time-tested and accurate problem material, and a traditional, straightforward approach to the basics of accounting, College Accounting offers first-time accounting students a path to understanding with examples of how accounting is used in the real world. Digital features include SmartBook 2.0, ReadAnywhere mobile app, guided examples, narrated PowerPoints, an Instructor’s Resource Manual, and Test Builder.

Ch. 1 Accounting: The Language of Business

Ch. 2 Analyzing Business Transactions

Ch. 3 Analyzing Business Transactions Using T Accounts

Ch. 4 The General Journal and the General Ledger

Ch. 5 Adjustments and the Worksheet

Ch. 6 Closing Entries and the Postclosing Trial Balance

Ch. 7 Accounting for Sales and Accounts Receivable

Ch. 8 Accounting for Purchases and Accounts Payable

Ch. 9 Cash Receipts, Cash Payments, and Banking Procedures

Ch. 10 Payroll Computations, Records, and Payment

Ch. 11 Payroll Taxes, Deposits, and Reports

Ch. 12 Accruals, Deferrals, and the Worksheet

Ch. 13 Financial Statements and Closing Procedure

Ch. 14 Accounting Principles and Reporting Standards

Ch. 15 Accounts Receivable and Uncollectible Accounts

Ch. 16 Notes Payable and Notes Receivable

Ch. 17 Merchandise Inventory

Ch. 18 Property, Plant, and Equipment

Ch. 19 Accounting for Partnerships

Ch. 20 Corporations: Formation and Capital Stock Transactions

Ch. 21 Corporate Earnings and Capital Transactions

Ch. 22 Long-Term Bonds

Ch. 23 Financial Statement Analysis

Ch. 24 The Statement of Cash Flows

Ch. 25 Departmentalized Profit and Cost Centers

Ch. 26 Accounting for Manufacturing Activities

Ch. 27 Job Order Cost Accounting

Ch. 28 Process Cost Accounting

Ch. 29 Controlling Manufacturing Costs: Standard Costs

Ch. 30 Cost-Revenue Analysis for Decision Making

John Price
JOHN ELLIS PRICE recently retired as professor of accounting at the University of North Texas. Dr. Price has more than 36 years of experience in higher education with over half of those years serving in key leadership positions, including founding president and professor of accounting at the University of North Texas at Dallas. Dr. Price has previously held positions of professor and assistant professor, as well as chair and dean, at the University of North Texas, Jackson State University, and the University of Southern Mississippi. Dr. Price has also been active in the Internal Revenue Service as a member of the Commissioner’s Advisory Group for two terms and as an Internal Revenue agent.

Professor Price is a certified public accountant who has twice received the UNT College of Business Administration’s Outstanding Teaching Award and the university’s President’s Council Award. Majoring in accounting, he received his BBA and M.S. degrees from the University of Southern Mississippi and his Ph.D. in accounting from the University of North Texas.

Dr. Price is a member of the Mississippi Society of Certified Public Accountants, the American Accounting Association, and the American Taxation Association (serving as past chair of the Subcommittee on Relations with the IRS and Treasury). Dr. Price has also served as chair of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Minority Initiatives Committee and as a member of the Foundation Trustees.

M. David Haddock
M. DAVID HADDOCK JR. recently retired from his role as director of training for LBMC, PC, one of the top 50 CPA firms in the United States. He has transitioned his professional role to coaching consultant and CPE instructor. In a 35-year career in higher education, Dr. Haddock served in faculty and administrative roles at Auburn University at Montgomery, the University of Alabama in Birmingham, the University of West Georgia, and Chattanooga State Community College. At his retirement from higher education, he was professor of accounting and associate vice president for academic affairs at Chattanooga State Community College in Tennessee. In addition to his teaching, he also maintained a sole proprietorship accounting and tax practice for 20 years prior to joining LBMC.

He received his B.S. in accounting and M.S. in adult education from the University of Tennessee and the Ed.D. degree in administration of higher education from Auburn University. He is a licensed CPA in Tennessee.

Dr. Haddock served as chair of the Tennessee Society of CPAs and the Educational & Memorial Foundation of the TSCPAs for 2012–2013, and is a member of AICPA Council. He is a frequent speaker for Continuing Professional Education programs.

Michael Farina
MICHAEL J. FARINA is professor of accounting and finance at Cerritos College in California. Prior to joining Cerritos College, Professor Farina was a manager in the audit department at a large multinational firm of certified public accountants and held management positions with other companies in private industry.

He received an A.A. in business administration from Cerritos College; a B.A. in business administration from California State University, Fullerton; and an MBA from the University of California, Irvine. Professor Farina is a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, an honorary fraternity for graduate business students. He is a licensed certified public accountant in California and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the California Society of Certified Public Accountants. Professor Farina is also a Chartered Global Management Accountant, a designation bestowed by a joint venture of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.

Professor Farina has received two Outstanding Faculty awards from Cerritos College. Professor Farina was the co-chair of the Accounting and Finance Department at Cerritos College for over 20 years.