Introduction to Financial Accounting is a market-leading textbook that offers comprehensive coverage of all the fundamental accounting techniques and practices required by the major accountancy bodies, and explains the reasons why transactions are accounted for in a particular manner. The authors provide stimulating discussion that enables students to think strategically about the influence that accounting has on economic decision-making and its impact on wider society.
For students undertaking a degree in accounting or business studies, this ninth edition has been fully revised and updated to the latest accounting standards. It provides a contemporary approach whilst retaining its highly valued concise, student-friendly chapters and practical content. This essential resource is packed with real world examples, worked examples and exercises to keep students engaged and to aid understanding of complex accounting theory.