From the Back Cover
Accessible, learner-friendly and jargon free, this best selling text in financial accounting is the ideal starting point for non-accounting students. Clear and Concise it not only arms the reader with the basic principles of the subject, but actively encourages the reader to build on these through an ‘open-learning’ approach, involving the reader in various questions and activities along the way. The third edition has been thoroughly updated and revised improving existing features and expanding content. Features include
- New material on ‘Social Reporting’
- Double entry book-keeping included as an appendix only
- An updated and revised selection of end-of –chapter, self-assessment, and review questions
- Improved glossary of technical terms
Financial Accounting for Non-specialists is suitable for all undergraduate and postgraduate students from any discipline, taking an introductory course or module in financial accounting. The open-learning approach also makes it suitable for those studying independently or on distance learning courses The Authors Peter Atrill
is the head of the Department of Accounting and Law at the University of Plymouth Business School. Eddie Mclaney
is a Visiting Lecturer of the University of Plymouth Business School.
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