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E-Z Accounting (Barron's E-Z)


E-Z Accounting (Barron's E-Z)
E-Z Accounting (Barron's E-Z)

This self-teaching book explains the accounting equation, describes financial statements, and guides students through the process of recording business transactions, maintaining special journals, and accounting for receivables and payables, inventori
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful


4.0 out of 5 stars
Helped Me Pass Accounting, December 29, 2007



This review is from: Schaum's Outline of Principles of Accounting II (Paperback)


I was taking an Online Accounting Class and just wasn't grasping it. I had resigned myself to failing the class and taking again in a classroom setting, when it hit me...see if there is a workbook somewhere. Came here, saw the recommendations and ordered it. I didn't fail and don't have to take Accounting again. Thank you.


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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful


5.0 out of 5 stars
very clear and thorough, January 11, 2007



This review is from: Schaum's Outline of Principles of Accounting II (Paperback)


It was very clear and thorough. It is a pretty guide review for the Clep exam, but you will need to study Principles of Accounting II also for the Principles of Accounting CLEP.


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This review is from: Fundamental Accounting Principles, Vol 2 (Chapters 12-25) (Hardcover)


Very pleased with the way this order turned out. They said it was used but still good looking and it really was. there was just a little use on the cover but the book was completely fine. Extremely satisfied that I only paid a few bucks for this and it was exactly as they said it would be. I would use this seller again.


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I have been through 3 accounting books: Heinz & Parry, this one, and Kieso-Weygandt-Warfield. Wild-Shaw-Chiapetta is third in quality. Reason #1 They over-designed it. I counted 23 colors on one page. Publishers, take note: black on white is easiest to read. #2 The CAP Model: Learning objectives are labeled as Conceptual, Analytical, or Procedural, and these are independently numbered. First, what are the students supposed to do when a section is labeled "C"-- put on their Conceptual Thinking Caps? And then when we see "P" we're supposed to get into a Procedural mindset? Second, these are not helpful chapter markers. You might see an exercise labeled P2, so you start looking through the chapter for the P2 section. But it could come before C1, or after A1. In contrast, the other 2 accounting books use Learning Objectives (Heinz) or Objectives (Kieso). Objective 6 comes after 5 (imagine that!), so it is easier to find the section you need.


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This was the book I needed for Accounting II, and I appreciated the fact that I received it prior to the start of my class, it also saved me some money because college text books can be expensive, and the shcool did not have any in stock . Thanks for having this book.


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