Accounting Principles – Donald E. Kieso, Jerry J. Weygandt, Paul D. Kimmel – 10th Edition


In the new Tenth Edition of Accounting Principles, students can clearly see the relevance of accounting in their everyday lives. By introducing challenging accounting concepts with examples that are already familiar to the student, it connects to students and increases motivation, a key driver of studenttime spent on assignmentsand ultimately their mastery of the concept.

By expanding coverage of IFRS, this edition keeps students at the forefront of global issues that impact their future careers in business and accounting.

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  • Chapter 1. Accounting in action
    Chapter 2. The recording processes
    Chapter 3. Adjusting the accounts
    Chapter 4. Completing the accounting cycle
    Chapter 5. Accounting for merchandising operations
    Chapter 6. Inventories
    Chapter 7. Accounting information systems
    Chapter 8. Fraud, internal control, and cash
    Chapter 9. Accounting for receivables
    Chapter 10. Plant assets, natural resources, and intangible assets
    Chapter 11. Current liabilities and payroll accounting
    Chapter 12. Accounting for partnerships
    Chapter 13. Corporations: Organization and capital stock transactions
    Chapter 14. Corporations: Dividends, retained earnings, and income reporting
    Chapter 15. Long-term liabilities
    Chapter 16. Investments
    Chapter 17. Statement of cash flows
    Chapter 18. Financial statement analysis
    Chapter 19. Managerial accounting
    Chapter 20. Job order costing
    Chapter 21. Process costing
    Chapter 22. Cost-volume-profit
    Chapter 23. Budgetary control and responsibility accounting
    Chapter 24. Standard costs and balanced scorecard
    Chapter 25. Incremental analysis and capital budgeting
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