A One-Year Accounting Course: In Two Parts, Part II presents the historical context of accounting practice. This book examines the development as well as the advantages of the accounting profession. Organized into 10 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the method of book-keeping system before the development of double-entry accounting. This text then examines the traditional cash book and considers the form of the three-column cash book. Other chapters provide a brief description of some feature of the mechanical function of a keyboard accounting machine to know the detailed workings of the equipment. This book discusses as well the alternative methods of depreciation, including the reducing-balance method, the machine-hours method, the valuation method, and the net present value method. The final chapter deals with the technique of process costing. This book is a valuable resource for professional auditors and accountants. First-year students in accounting will also find this book useful.
Preface Chapter 1. The History of Accounting Chapter 2. Principles of Double-Entry Book-Keeping Chapter 3. Elements of Mechanized Accounting Chapter 4. Capital and Revenue Chapter 5. The Accounts of British Limited Companies Chapter 6. The Interpretation of Accounts Chapter 7. An Outline of Standard Costing Chapter 8. The Valuation of Inventory Chapter 9. Overheads Chapter 10. Process Costing Index
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- © Pergamon 1969
- 1st January 1969
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