Wiley GAAP 2004: Interpretation and Application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- A streamlined format that helps readers find what they need to know quickly
- Complete, real-world implementation guidance on the latest FASB standards and interpretations, including those addressing guarantees (FASB Interpretation 45), variable interest entities (FASB Interpretation 46), and distinguishing liabilities from equity instruments (SFAS 150)
- Comparison of U.S. GAAP to international financial reporting standards
- Detailed coverage of important, current FASB and AcSEC projects, such as liabilities versus equity and property, plant, and equipment
- Expanded discussion of hot topics, such as special purpose entities, pro forma earnings, and revenue recognition issues
- Real-world examples and comprehensive analysis of complex areas like hedging, consolidated reporting, derivatives, income taxes, leases, and segment reporting
- A chapter on special revenue recognition areas
- An authoritative financial statement disclosure checklist
Featuring numerous real-world examples, illustrations, and helpful practice hints that are extremely user-friendly, Wiley GAAP 2004 is designed with the needs of the reader in mind. Covering the entire GAAP hierarchy, Wiley GAAP addresses all effective pronouncements, including:
- FASB Interpretations
- FASB Technical Bulletins
- FASB Statements of Financial Accounting Concepts
- FASB Statements of Financial Accounting Standards (SFASs)
- Consensus Opinions of the Emerging Issues Task Force of the FASB
- AICPA Statements of Position
- Accounting Research Bulletins
- Accounting Principles Board Opinions
- AICPA Audit and Accounting Guides
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About the Author
Patrick R. Delaney was the Arthur Anderson LLP Alumni Professor of Accountancy and Chair of the Department of Accountancy at Northern Illinois University.
Barry J. Epstein is a partner in the Chicago-based firm Gleeson, Sklar, Sawyers Cumpata, LLP.
Ralph Nach is a managing director with the Chicago office of American Express Tax Business Services, Inc.
Susan Weiss Budak is a consultant working primarily with the FASB, AICPA, and NCES.
Table of Contents
Authoritative Accounting Pronouncements.
Chapter 1. Researching GAAP Problems.
Chapter 2. Balance Sheet.
Chapter 3. Statements of Income and Comprehensive Income.
Chapter 4. Statement of Cash Flows.
Chapter 5. Cash, Receivables, and Prepaid Expenses.
Chapter 6. Short-Term Investments and Financial Instruments.
Chapter 7. Inventory.
Chapter 8. Revenue Recognition—Evolving Principles and Specialized Applications.
Chapter 9. Long-Lived Assets.
Chapter 10. Investments.
Chapter 11. Business Combinations and Consolidated Financial Statements.
Chapter 12. Current Liabilities and Contingencies.
Chapter 13. Long-Term Debt.
Chapter 14. Leases.
Chapter 15. Income Taxes.
Chapter 16. Pensions and Other Postretirement Benefits.
Chapter 17. Stockholders’ Equity.
Chapter 18. Earning Per Share.
Chapter 19. Interim and Segment Reporting.
Chapter 20. Accounting Changes and Correction of Errors.
Chapter 21. Foreign Currency.
Chapter 22. Personal Financial Statements.
Chapter 23. Specialized Industry GAAP.
Appendix A. Disclosure Checklist.
Appendix B. International vs. US Accounting Standards.