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Author Epstein, Barry Jay, 1946-

Title Wiley GAAP 2008 : interpretation and application of generally accepted accounting principles / Barry J. Epstein, Ralph Nach, Steven M. Bragg
Published Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, [2007]
©2007
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Description 1 online resource (lxviii, 1276 pages)
Contents 1. Researching GAAP matters -- 2. Balance sheet -- 3. Statements of income and comprehensive income -- 4. Statement of cash flows -- 5. Accounting policies, changes, and restatements -- 6. Fair value -- 7. Cash, receivables, and prepaid expenses -- 8. Short-term investments and financial instruments -- 9. Inventory -- 10. Revenue recognition : evolving principles and specialized applications -- 11. Long-lived assets -- 12. Long-term investments -- 13. Business combinations and consolidated financial statements -- 14. Current liabilities and contingencies -- 15. Long-term liabilities -- 16. Leases -- 17. Income taxes -- 18. Pensions and other postretirement benefits -- 19. Stockholders' equity -- 20. Earnings per share -- 21. Interim reporting -- 22. Segment reporting -- 23. Foreign currency -- 24. Personal financial statements -- 25. Specialized industry GAAP -- Appendix A. Disclosure checklist -- Appendix B. International vs. US accounting standards
Summary This is a thorough study and analysis of all generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) for 2008, restating the original, highly technical pronouncements in easy-to-understand terms while providing battle-tested implementation guidance and real-world examples
Notes "Includes summary of key provisions of U.S. GAAP vs. IAS/IFRS"--Cover
Includes index
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Subject Accounting -- Standards -- United States.
Accounting -- Standards.
Form Electronic book
Author Bragg, Steven M.
Nach, Ralph.
ISBN 0470135131
9780470135136
Other Titles GAAP 2008
Wiley generally accepted accounting principles 2008