Wiley GAAP 2000 is a comprehensive guide to generally accepted accounting principles set forth by the FASB, including Emerging Issues, Task Force Consensus summaries and Statements of Position of the AICPA's Accounting Standards Executive Committee (AcSEC). With many examples, illustrations, and helpful practice hints that are extremely user friendly, Wiley GAAP 2000 is designed with the needs of the user in mind. Here are some highlights:
- Authoritative accounting pronouncements
- A chapter on special revenue recognition areas
- A streamlined format that helps readers find what they need to know quickly
- A comprehensive financial statement disclosure checklist
- A commitment to continuous improvement: over 100 examples, illustrations, and author's notes have been added to the previous year's edition
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|Series:||GAAP for Governments Ser.: Interpretation and Application of GAAP for State and Local Governments|
|Edition description:||Older Edition|
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Table of Contents
Researching GAAP Problems.
Statement of Cash Flows.
Cash, Receivables, and Prepaid Expenses.
Short-Term Investments and Financial Instruments.
Special Revenue Recognition Areas.
Business Combinations and Consolidated Financial Statements.
Current Liabilities and Contingencies.
Accounting for Leases.
Accounting for Income Taxes.
Accounting for Pensions.
Earnings per Share.
Interim and Segment Reporting.
Accounting Changes and Correction of Errors.
Personal Financial Statements.
Specialized Industry GAAP.
2000 Self-Study CPE Program.