Accounting Simplified is a manager’s guide to accounting for making effective corporate decisions. The accountant’s lingo consists of difficult language and financial jargons existing in the mainstream literature of finance. Understanding P&Ls, costing, balance sheet, income and cash flows statements for a fresh graduate or a rookie manager from a non-financial background can be challenging, leading to total disinterest in the area or dependency on finance managers or even erroneous decision-making. This book will help managers in understanding the analysis of balance sheet, statement of profit and loss and cash flows statement. It includes case studies of financial statements of major listed companies and checklists to understand the financial health and performance of the organization. The book will help young managers, accounting executives and academicians use accounting insights for improving business performance.
Note by Series Editor
Balance Sheets Can Be Interesting and Revealing
Why You Must Understand the Income Statement?
Check the Financial Health of Your Organization
Day-to-Day Transactions and Their Effect on Financial Statements
Using Cash Flows Statement for Better Decisions
Analysis of the Much-Hyped Break-Even
The Cost of Right Decisions