The complete name of the book is “Accounting Made Simple: Accounting Explained in 100 Pages Or Less”. Accounting is a challenging subject, but if your notions are clear, you will find it enjoyable. This book seeks to clarify the reader’s concepts in a very easy and unique manner.
The only challenging aspect of accounting is crystallizing your notion on a particular subject, which is why the author’s primary objective here is to crystallize your thought on various accounting issues. I hope you find this book beneficial once you’ve finished reading it.
Accounting is a required subject for a financial student to study and master its principles and procedures. The first concept in accounting is the double entry system, which requires you to record both sides of a transaction. There are more critical principles that you must master. Some students claim that accounting is too difficult, but it is not; it is merely conceptual.
Author Mike Piper
This book is written by Mike Piper. The author is the author of numerous books on accounting and finance. His books and magazines have also been featured in the Wall Street Journal and a variety of other popular outlets in a variety of nations. Mike is a resident of Manitou Springs. He was born in the United States of America in 1984.
Accounting Made Simple Features
- The book discusses several accounting topics in plain terms, so that anybody can benefit from it.
- The book includes visual aids, which enhances its readability and appeal.
- The following topics are briefly discussed in this book: double entry accounting, journaling, ledger accounting, trail balance accounting, profit and loss accounting, income statement accounting, and balance sheet accounting.