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Advanced Accounting epub ebook

by Paul K. Chaney,Debra C. Jeter

Advanced Accounting epub ebook

Author: Paul K. Chaney,Debra C. Jeter
Category: Business & Finance
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley; 5 edition (December 20, 2011)
Pages: 1072 pages
ISBN: 1118022297
ISBN13: 978-1118022290
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 223
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Debra C. Jeter (Author), Paul K. Chaney (Author).

Debra C. ISBN-13: 978-1118098615. The worst thing about the book is how it lacks the basic exercises that require understanding the core concepts. If you have these you can check yourself as you read to make sure you are understanding things the way they should be understood.

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Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781119046042, 1119046041. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9781118742945, 111874294X. By: Debra C. Print ISBN: 9781118742945, 111874294X. Chaney and Debra C. Tabs to distinguish among the three methods for recording investments in subsidiaries: light blue for complete equity, darker blue for partial equity, and none for cost.

Building upon previous editions of Advanced Accounting, author Debra C. Jeter continues to deliver a balanced and detailed approach to the conceptual and technical aspects of advanced accounting. This new and enhanced edition features more in-depth information about international accounting, the upcoming globalization of accounting standards, changes with FASB's, and the latest developments and differences between U.S. GAAP and IFRS. As always, the text also includes comprehensive coverage of all three methods of consolidated financial reporting (cost, partial equity, complete equity).
Reviews (7)
Having used the same publisher's book for intermediate accounting I was expecting more of the same but this book is much more condensed in terms of examples and practice problems. The worst thing about the book is how it lacks the basic exercises that require understanding the core concepts. If you have these you can check yourself as you read to make sure you are understanding things the way they should be understood. The book does have 2-4 questions per chapter that "test your knowledge" within each chapter but it should be more like 10-15 to be effective.

Some chapters are extremely difficult to understand because a simple concept is overcomplicated when it does not need to be. Chapter 2 dealing with the topic of Goodwill Impairment is a sterling example of this. Reading the book I was very confused but after the instructor went over it in class it made sense and was simple to test for and apply. Chapters 15 and 16 dealing with partnership formation and dissolution are the two best written chapters in the book. They did an outstanding job with this topic and make it crystal clear it terms of theory and application of it to data.

If your instructor releases the answer key it is an excellent study guide. The Power Point Presentations that your instructor may release are also helpful but do not depend on them. Some slides have errors that will just confuse you badly. You should read the text and use the slides as a quick review only. However, if you do not understand something in the text odds are the slides will clear things up. My experience with this course was one of having to teach yourself the material because there really is no way to lecture about everything you need to know. In that capacity the book does an overall good job.

The only real complaint is the brevity of the government and nonprofit chapters. This is particularly true in the government accounting chapter where II would have liked to see better coverage of the CAFR. Would like to see self-tests at the student companion site. Otherwise, very well structured information. I bought is simply to update my knowledge.

You know how Accounting is hard to teach without visually explaining how they get it. When they do, its a totally different example, and when you do the homework, the procedure becomes totally different, Well this is that kind of book.
Readers who learn visually won't find this book much of use to you because it has so much writing and all of the book is going round here and there that you can easily start day dreaming from reading this book.
I bought the kindle edition and now regret it because kindle editions don't have return policy's but since I'm using it, then might as well try understanding it. My Professor and all the other Accounting Professors in my school, all have said that they hate this book and just to understand they have to read it three times before they can themselves teach the class. Someone of them have gone as far as changing the book against the schools will in their class.
Another CON; this book has so many topics off place like for example to explain a certain topic, it goes from section 1.2 to immediately to 1.5, and then 1.8 and then goes back to 1.3. Really unorganized!
I wish they could find another book to replace this JUNK!


The book is decent. I used it for a corporate accounting class when working on my masters degree.

Accounting is a tough subject on its own. I think this book provided decent examples of the material but it takes time to really dive in and understand.

- Takes difficult concepts and makes them even more difficult to understand.
- Chapters are drawn out to make for more reading of non-important information
- Review questions are not clear and don't give enough detail of what the author wants.

- Chapter reviews are well written

It's okay. Received in excellent condition.

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