Fundamental Accounting Principles
College Accounting: A Practical Approach provides a strong foundation in the basics of accounting. The material is organized in a clear, easy-to-follow format, and each chapter contains a plethora of learning tools and practice materials to help students immediately put their skills to use. The Thirteenth Editionstays current with modern accounting tools and techniques and includes new computer workshops using Sage 50 and QuickBooks. Students are also introduced to new trends in banking technology and updated tax information.
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