MBA Fundamentals Accounting and Finance by Michael P. Griffin
(Kaplan MBA Fundamentals)

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How do you make sense of the accounting report or balance sheet you’ve just been handed? How do these reports help you to understand the company’s performance? How do you use the numbers you have been given to make good business decisions in the short- and long-term? MBA Fundamentals in Accounting and Finance offers real-world accounting and finance basics that can be applied today. In the business world, we are frequently called on to review and analyze financial data. This convenient and straightforward guide offers everything you need to know about the numbers to ensure your business’s growth. Understand the functions of accountingLearn how to read a financial statements, balance sheets, income statements, and moreAnalyze profit and cash flowImprove your forecasting and strategic-planning skills

About Michael P. Griffin

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MICHAEL P. GRIFFIN, MBA, CMA, CFM, ChFC, is Assistant Dean of the Charlton College of Business at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth where he teaches accounting and finance. A consultant for Fleet National Bank, E.F. Hutton and Company, and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston, Griffin is the author of many business books and has developed several software packages both for commercial and academic use.
Published November 23, 2009 by Kaplan Test Prep. 352 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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