Familiarise yourself with essential accounting and finance principles for business decision-making, and connect your learning with relevant examples from real world businesses
Accounting and Finance for Non-Specialists 12th Edition by Peter Atrill and Eddie McLaney is a highly accessible introduction to the subject. It equips you with a solid foundation in the principles and practice of accounting and finance, thereby laying the groundwork necessary to make successful business decisions in your future career.
Covering financial accounting, management accounting and financial management in a single text, you will discover what the major financial statements contain and why they are useful. You will also gain an appreciation of the key roles that accounting and finance play in business decision-making. This easy-to-follow textbook examines widely-used accounting techniques, considers important international financial standards and contains a range of relevant, real-world examples, many of which are new to this edition. Key features:
-Activities and exercises frequently appear throughout the book and provide opportunities to engage with the issues raised and check your progress.
-New and updated real world examples help you understand the relationship between principles and practice and how accounting concepts impact the financial decisions of real businesses.
-Clear style, now incorporating more diagrams to explain and reinforce key points.
-Up-to-date coverage, including introductory material on ethics and accounting, as well as revisions to the text to accommodate changes to the regulatory framework governing companies.
Instructors, pair this text with MyLab Accounting MyLab™ is the teaching and learning platform that allows you to reach every student with powerful self-study material and assessments. By combining trusted author content with digital tools and a flexible platform, MyLab personalises the learning experience and improves results for each student. MyLab Accounting for this edition includes over 1500 questions that can be assigned to students. Peter Atrill is a freelance academic and author who has worked with leading institutions in the UK, Europe and South-East Asia. As well as working as a business consultant, he was previously Head of Business and Management and Head of Accounting and Law at Plymouth Business School, University of Plymouth.
Eddie McLaney is an academic author with many years’ experience of teaching Accounting and Finance. He was formerly the Accounting Subject Group Leader and Principal Lecturer in Accounting and Finance at Plymouth Business School, University of Plymouth.
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PART ONE: FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
2 Measuring and reporting financial position
3 Measuring and reporting financial performance
4 Accounting for limited companies
5 Measuring and reporting cash flows
6 Analysing and interpreting financial statements
PART TWO: MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
7 The relevance and behaviour of costs
8 Full costing
PART THREE: FINANCE
10 Making capital investment decisions
11 Financing a business
12 Managing working capital
Appendix A: Glossary of key terms
Appendix B: Solutions to self-assessment questions
Appendix C: Solutions to critical review questions
Appendix D: Solutions to selected exercises
Appendix E: Present value table
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