Accounting is a dynamic subject which is constantly evolving to keep pace with changes and new developments in business. It is a growing and developing subject and, as such, accounting concepts, procedures and techniques are also constantly being reviewed.
A clear exposition of these concepts, procedures and techniques is a must for every business executive. The Universities and professional institutions which prepare young men and women for careers in business and industry have, therefore, a solemn duty to perform. Their courses must be constantly updated so that they meet the growing and dynamic demands of business and industry. The original structure of the book was designed to instruct Managers rather than Accountants.
Keeping the above objectives in mind, most of the universities all over the country have incorporated a subject 'Accounting for Managers' in the course curriculum of their MBA and PGDM programmes.
Accounting for Managers provides students with abundant knowledge of basic accounting principles and practices presented in a simple and a systematic manner. The unique feature of this book lies in the presentation of theory, which enables students to solve practical problems. The other main strengths of this book are its plentiful illustrative examples and end-of-chapter exercises. The wide coverage and user-friendly approach helps the book meet the requirements of the students of MBA, The book will also be of help to students of B.Com, M.Com, M.CA,M.F.M,CA, ICWA and CS.
Chapter – 1 Nature and Scope of Financial Accounting
Chapter – 2 Accounting Concepts and Conventions
Chapter – 3 Accounting Process
Chapter – 4 Capital and Revenue
Chapter – 5 Depreciation and Valuation of Inventory
Chapter – 6 Final Accounting
Chapter – 7 Accounting Standards
Chapter – 8 Human Resource Accounting
Chapter – 9 Final Accounts of Companies
Chapter – 10 Taxation and Tax Planning
Chapter – 11 Analysis of Financial Statements
Chapter – 12 Ratio Analysis
Chapter – 13 Funds Flow and Cash Flow Statements
Chapter – 14 Information to Cost Accounting
Chapter – 15 Cost Sheet
Chapter – 16 Marginal Costing & CVP Analysis