Core Concepts of Accounting Information Theme 2, 1999-2000 Edition
By Pincus, Karen V
Theme 2 covers Accounting Issues Involving Income and Cash Flows. It contains 4 Modules: 1. Introduction (economic definitions of income; accounting definitions of income; relationship between income and cash flows) 2. Owners' and Creditors' Uses of Income and Cash Flows Information (financial statement analysis, revenue recognition, earnings management and the quality of earnings, fraudulent financial reporting) 3. Management Uses of Income and Cash Flows Information (CVP analysis; reacting to profitability by cutting costs; reacting to deficits; budgets; information systems for budgeting and cost information, etc.) 4. Government and Other Users of Income and Cash Flows Information (taxable income vs. financial accounting income; tax planning; tax evasion vs. tax avoidance; role of auditing in tax compliance; regularity accounting principles, etc.)


DOI: 10.1036/0072321946

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Core Concepts of Accounting Information Theme 2, 1999-2000 Edition
Author(s): Pincus, Karen V
ISBN: 0072321946
DOI: 10.1036/0072321946

Format: paperback, 408 pages.
Pub date: 12 Aug 1999
Copyright: 2000
$38.75 US
Product Line: McGraw-Hill/Irwin

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