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This book is the twelfth of fifteen books which introduces the basic principles of accounting. In this book you will learn about using budgeting to plan for success. The importance of budgeting is emphasized, while focusing on the process and human behavior. Various forms of budgets are introduced. The major managerial budgets are presented, including: sales, production, direct materials purchases, direct labor, factory overhead, selling and administrative expense, and cash. Budget financial statements are also discussed.
How to read an annual report under the ’International Financial Reporting Standards’ (IFRS) provisions?
Marco Mongiello (Imperial College Business School) explains the informational value of an annual report under the IFRS. Topics as the balance sheet, income statement, cash flow statement and statement of changes in equity are explained.
This book is the sixth of seven books which introduces the basic principles of accounting. This book introduces managerial accounting, with a primary focus on internal business reporting, decision making, planning, strategy, budgets, and cost control. Cost-volume-profit analysis, variable cost, fixed costs, mixed costs are introduced. Break-even analysis, contributions margin, target income calculations, and sensitivity analysis are all discussed in detail. In addition, product costs, job costing, process costing, and activity-based costing are introduced.
In a world of geo-political, social and economic uncertainty, Strategic Financial Management is under pressure. This book reviews the subject within the context of current events. Each chapter contains activities (with solutions) to test understanding at your own pace. Comprehensive, yet concise, the material is also presented logically as a guide to further study. First, the investment decision, which maximises net present value and shareholder wealth. Next, the finance decision, which allocates least-cost combinations of capital resources. Finally, the wealth decision, which examines how internal investment and financial decisions should be externally monitored by the market.