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The twelfth edition of COLLEGE ACCOUNTING: A CAREER APPROACH maintains its dedicated emphasis on the significance of the College Accounting course as true groundwork for students' future classes and jobs, with a greater focus on teaching the fundamentals of accounting from a career development approach. This text provides students an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of accounting and then apply these concepts with QuickBooks and Excel. COLLEGE ACCOUNTING: A CAREER APPROACH, Twelfth Edition, provides real-world context that keeps chapter content relevant and vital. You can now assign, grade, and assess your students' progress quickly and easily with CengageNOW for COLLEGE ACCOUNTING: A CAREER APPROACH, Twelfth Edition. End-of-chapter materials are available online, and your students can test their mastery of new concepts via a personalized study plan.
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