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Financial Accounting: An Introduction to Principles and Practice, 1st Edition  

by: Edward A. Clarke - Retired

On-line Price: $80.95 (includes GST)

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Retail Price: $97.95

Publisher: Cengage Learning,2/6/2003

Category: ACCOUNTING Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0170111385
ISBN13: 9780170111386

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Financial Accounting has been written specifically to cover the learning outcomes of the TAFE module in financial accounting taken by students studying for a Certificate 4, Diploma or Advanced Diploma in Accounting.

Written in the same style as the best-selling introductory TAFE accounting text Accounting: An Introduction to Principles and Practice, fourth edition, this new text will take your students to the next step in their study of TAFE accounting.

Edward A. Clarke
Ted Clarke graduated from the University of New South Wales after completing a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting. He has accumulated 24 years' experience in industry and 17 years of teaching experience. A teacher of Accounting and Finance at Wetherill Park College, South Western Sydney Institute of TAFE, he has also tutored in Accounting at the University of Western Sydney Nepean campus, Hawkesbury campus and Nirimba campus. Recently Ted has retired with his wife Peggy to their country property outside of Glenreagh in northern New South Wales.

1. Basic analysis of management reports
2. Accounts and statements from incomplete records
3. Not-for-profit organisations
4. Statement of cash flows
5. Accounting for partnerships
6. Accounting for primary producers


  The text contains full coverage of the implications of the GST throughout.


  Fully up to date, the text incorporates recent changes in the Australian Accounting Standards such as the introduction of the Statement of Financial Performance and the Statement of Financial Position.


  Clear, worked examples are provided throughout the chapters to show students how the principles are applied.


  Questions throughout each chapter allow students to reinforce the skills and concepts they are learning as they work through each learning outcome.


  A student workbook with templates to help students complete the questions in the text is also available and includes worked solutions to even?numbered questions and final answers only to odd numbered questions.


  The text covers the learning outcomes of the TAFE module in Financial Accounting and TAFE ONLINE.


  Graded questions at the end of each chapter provide further opportunity for students to test their knowledge of the chapter content.