Accounting For Canadians For Dummies by John A. Tracy

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The only trade book that covers Canadian accounting practices.
Accounting For Canadians For Dummies helps readers get a handle on the financial aspects of their businesses, investments, or taxes. This handy guide covers the basics of accounting in language anyone can understand, but also provides detailed coverage of more complex business accounting issues, such as income statements and balance sheets, budgets and budgeting, profit and cash flow, managing inventory, and evaluating profit margins. It also discusses the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and the impact it has on Canadians.

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John A. Tracy, (Boulder, CO) is a former staff accountant at Ernst & Young, taught accounting at the University of Colorado for many years. Tracy authored both the first and second editions of Accounting For Dummies. His other books include the bestseller, How to Read a Financial ReportCécile Laurin, (Ottawa, ON) is a Chartered Accountant and teacher. In addition to teaching in Algonquin College's Professional Accounting Program and coordinating the college's distance education accounting program, she has adapted a number of U.S. higher education accounting titles for Wiley Canada.
Published January 23, 2007 by For Dummies. 416 pages
Genres: Professional & Technical, Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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