Accounting Comes Alive: The Color Accounting Parable

Accounting Comes Alive: The Color Accounting Parable

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�Accounting Comes Alive has the advantage of showing how accounting works visually. As such, I believe that it is of value to anyone who is interested in understanding accounting, from high school students to undergrads to MBAs to business executives." � Professor Paul Healy, Harvard Business School

For anyone who has struggled with accounting comes this quick read like no other. Using a breakthrough visual system called Color Accounting� this best-seller makes learning accounting easy. The book engages you in the story of an ambitious man being taught accounting and business by his wise grandfather. The parable brilliantly simplifies how accounting and business truly work, in such a way that anyone can really �get it�. Color Accounting strips away obscure detail and jargon � leaving you to focus on the essence of what you really need to know.

You will literally see how accounting works in the many colorful diagrams that lead you through the setting up and running of a business - clarifying principles that you can apply to your own life and workplace.

By reading The Color Accounting Parable you will learn to read and interpret Balance Sheets and Income Statements with confidence. Plus you will learn how to avoid 5 fatal mistakes that business owners often make.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781450745284
Publisher: Accounting Comes Alive International
Publication date: 01/01/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 124
File size: 10 MB

About the Author

The authors are two certified accountants who worked for the largest accounting firm in the world. They draw on their experiences teaching at some of the most reputable universities, corporations, banks, law firms, not-for-profit organizations and government agencies in the United States and around the world.

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