Book Name: Accounting Principles
-Jerry J. Weygandt Phd. CPA
Arthur Andersen Alumni Professor of Accounting
University of Wisconsin
-Donald E. Kieso Phd. CPA
KPMG Emeritus Professor of Accounting
Northern Illinois University
-Paul D. Kimmel Phd. CPA
Associate Professor of Accounting
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
Accounting Principles written by Weygandt, Kieso, Kimmel is designed to guide student learn about basic accounting principles concept and phenomenon. Most accounting teachers refer Accounting Principles book to fresh accounting students. In this book the author discuss very simply about accounting in action to incremental analysis and capital budgeting. The books is designed in a way that each students can learn himself about accounting concept without help of other. Each chapter begins with navigator (outline of the chapter) and then the chapter contain with object of the prepare the chapter , key terms, key formulas, helpful hints, financial statements, alternative terminology, ethics notes, demonstration problem, lots of exercise, financial reporting problem of real world of accounting, comparative analysis problem, critical thinking, chapter summary, glossary, appendix as well as review of the whole chapter at a glance. The book helps to learn about basic accounting principles and concept, financial statement, accounting cycle, managerial accounting, job order costing, budgetary planning, control & evaluation, responsibility, analysis. Accounting principles would be the best reference book to learn accounting that student not only get best grade but also sharp accounting career path.
The publisher’s website: www.wiley.com/college/weygandt is full of Accounting Principles resources such as chapter wise PowerPoint presentations slide, solutions manual and so on.