This book is recommended by numerous college and university professors because it covers issues ranging from the fundamentals of accounting, such as what is debit and what is meant by credit, to the more advanced areas of accounting, such as amortization and regulation. The concepts covered in this book are written simply, allowing students to grasp the material and master it in a short amount of time. This book covers a wide variety of accounting concepts, making it beneficial for students at any level.
Accounting is the process of recognizing, documenting, classifying, summarizing, and interpreting financial transactions through the use of journals, ledgers, trail balances, modified trail balances, income statements, balance sheets, and owner equity accounts.
Accounting is a profession that requires someone with specific accounting knowledge and abilities to perform the activities associated with this subject. Accounting communicates financial information to the broader public via financial statements. The data is essentially provided in accordance with accounting rules. This is referred to as financial accounting.
Authors Kenneth Boyd, Lita Epstein, Mark P. Holtzman, Frimette Kass-Shraibman, Maire Loughran, Vijay S. Sampath, John A. Tracy, Tage C. Tracy, CPA, Jill Gilbert Welytok, JD, CPA
Kenneth Boyd is the main author of Accounting for Dummies All-in-One. He is a well-known accountant in the United States of America for his work and books. All the other authors are also well-known for their work in the accounting field.
Accounting All-in-One For Dummies Features
- The first book, which is geared at novices, comprises four chapters on topics such as bookkeeping, how to create journal entries and how to utilize them effectively, and how and which accounting system to use for your accounting.
- The book is written in a very simple way that anyone can understand.
- The book is 747 pages long.
- In April 2014, the book was published.