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Author: Daniel W. Collins,W. Bruce Johnson,Lawrence Revsine
ISBN: 0130323519
Subcategory: Accounting
Pages 1006 pages
Publisher Prentice Hall; 2 edition (July 3, 2001)
Language English
Category: Moneymaking
Rating: 4.9
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eBook Financial Reporting and Analysis (2nd Edition) download

by Daniel W. Collins,W. Bruce Johnson,Lawrence Revsine


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Financial Reporting and Analysis" by Revsine, Collins, and Johnson is a well written book, but in my opinion, because of Prentice Hall's unwillingness to publish the Student's Solutions Manual, I cannot recommend this book t. .

Financial Reporting and Analysis" by Revsine, Collins, and Johnson is a well written book, but in my opinion, because of Prentice Hall's unwillingness to publish the Student's Solutions Manual, I cannot recommend this book to those who want to learn, or relearn, on their own, the subject that it teaches. When you're learning this stuff, you want it to be explained simply and clearly - but the authors seem more intent on showing you how much they know about some topic, even when that information is tangenital and not very helpful. They don't word things clearly.

Lawrence Revsine, Daniel W. Collins, W. Bruce Johnson. ISBN: 0130323519; Издательство: Prentice Hall.

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Revsine, Lawrence; Collins, Daniel . Johnson, W. Bruce. Published by Prentice Hall (2004). ISBN 10: 0131430211 ISBN 13: 9780131430211. Some book may show sales disclaimer such as "Not for Sale or Restricted in US" on the cover page but it is absolutely legal to use. All textbook arrives within 5-7business days.

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Financial Reporting and Analysis, Second Edition reveals the truths hidden behind the numbers and shows the pitfalls to avoid when analyzing financial statements. A focus on core topics allows readers to examine the economic and institutional setting for financial reporting, accrual accounting and income determination, structure of the balance sheet and statement of cash flows, essentials of financial statement analysis, the role of financial information in valuation and contracting, receivables, inventories, long-lived assets and depreciation, financial instruments as liabilities, financial reporting for leases, income tax reporting, pensions and postretirement benefits, financial reporting for owners' equity, intercorporate equity investments, statement of cash flows, and an overview of international financial reporting differences and inflation. For anyone whose job includes preparing and analyzing financial statements.

MeGa_NunC
Contrary the other reviews, this book is actually quite good compared to other accounting books that I have seen.

The coverage is good and many explanations are better than other books.

However, no solution manual is a problem.
Ramsey`s
The book provides very clear explanations about different aspects of financial statement analysis. The only drawbacks are that the book is a little simplistic and that problem solutions are sorely needed. However, I am sure you are not going to use oit for self-study- you would be using it as a textbook in a financial statement analysis class. The professor, would be able to provide you with solutions (as in my case- thanks Dr. Church!) and will also help you out with some of the tougher stuff. Whatever, the book does an excellent job in explaining the basic stuff- much better than the Sondhi book.
IGOT
It is a classic textbook. Good enough to help you understand the topic but not good enough to keep as a reference book.
Ghile
Recent Accounting knowledge is a plus when reading this book. A few examples of problem solving would be nice. An answer key to the exercises in each chapter would be helpful too.

You will want a fresh mind & coffee when reading this book!
Uttegirazu
"Financial Reporting and Analysis" by Revsine, Collins, and Johnson is a well written book, but in my opinion, because of Prentice Hall's unwillingness to publish the Student's Solutions Manual, I cannot recommend this book to those who want to learn, or relearn, on their own, the subject that it teaches.
Part of a student's learning process lies in doing the exercises, problems, and cases at the end of each chapter, but how will a student know if he is solving the problems correctly if there are no means with which to compare his answers to? I have visited the publisher's web site, to see if the Student's Solutions Manual is available, and it is not available.
When I learned introductory managerial accounting, I used "Financial and Managerial Accounting", published by South-Western College ([...] and it contained answers to some of the problems within the textbook. I had to learn managerial accounting on my own without a teacher, and this book made that possible. I still have this book, and I use it for reference purposes.
There is no way I can fully learn intermediate accounting on my own with "Financial Reporting and Analysis" because the Student's Solutions Manual is not available. It is similar to shooting with a rifle at a target and not knowing where your bullets are hitting.
Welen
This publication provides a thorough and comprehensive review of almost every important aspect of accounting, financial analytics and reporting. A useful tool for a person new to finance or someone needing a refresh or review of important topics. A solutions manual would have been helpful, but the book is a valuable buy nonetheless.
Chankane
This book has many characteristics that I really dislike to see in a textbook.

First, the authors flooded almost every page with extraneous information. When you're learning this stuff, you want it to be explained simply and clearly - but the authors seem more intent on showing you how much they know about some topic, even when that information is tangenital and not very helpful.

They don't word things clearly. They'll call the same thing by two different names - (i.e. "Pension Cost" and "Pension Expense") which needlessly adds to the confusion. They'll discuss some topic for several pages without even writing down the basic, relevant journal entry.

One of the wordiest, most poorly written accounting books I have ever had the displeasure of studying from.
I'm studying for the CPA. I bought the book because it's required for a course in school. But to actually learn for the CPA exam, I'll toss this one aside for one that provides a solutions manual. Authors who withold the manual for the instructors benefit miss a fundamental point about economics - who the customer is. It's the student that the book is written for and it is the student who pays for the course. Breffni University of Chicago