Wiley CPA Exam Review Focus Notes 2012, Financial Accounting and Reporting: Edition 7

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The one-stop resource reinforcing concepts for the new computerized CPA Exam in an easy-to-read-and-carry spinal bound format

Wiley CPA Exam Review Focus Notes: Financial Accounting and Reporting, 2012 reinforces key concepts for the new computerized CPA Exam in an easy-to-read-and-carry spinal bound format. It provides a review of all the basic skills and concepts tested on the CPA exam, teaching important strategies to take the exam faster and more accurately.

  • Includes tips on identifying and interpreting annual reports, stock reports, and other published material to help with the research requirements of the new case study simulations
  • Offers a handy, easy-to-carry, spiral bound reference manual
  • Provides a simplified and focused approach to solve exam questions and reinforce material being studied
  • Includes acronyms and mnemonics to help candidates learn and remember a variety of rules and checklists

Covering accounting principles generally accepted in the United States for businesses, not-for-profit organizations and governmental entities, Wiley CPA Exam Review Focus Notes: Financial Accounting and Reporting, 2012 is designed to provide pertinent knowledge in formats that are easy to understand and remember.

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Publisher
John Wiley & Sons
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Published on
Dec 5, 2011
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Pages
336
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ISBN
9781118233351
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / General
Study Aids / CPA (Certified Public Accountant)
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