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Advanced Accounting / With CD-ROM and Student Companion Book

Advanced Accounting / With CD-ROM and Student Companion Book - 8th edition

Advanced Accounting / With CD-ROM and Student Companion Book - 8th edition

ISBN13: 9780324107500

ISBN10: 0324107501

Advanced Accounting / With CD-ROM and Student Companion Book by Paul M. Fischer, William J. Taylor and Rita H. Cheng - ISBN 9780324107500
Edition: 8TH 02
Copyright: 2002
Publisher: South-Western Publishing Co.
International: No
Advanced Accounting / With CD-ROM and Student Companion Book by Paul M. Fischer, William J. Taylor and Rita H. Cheng - ISBN 9780324107500

ISBN13: 9780324107500

ISBN10: 0324107501

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Advanced Accounting, 8e offers the most authoritative, conceptually strong, and comprehensive coverage of advanced accounting topics of any text on the market. Completely updated to reflect all of the latest FASB pronouncements, it is an excellent preparation resource for the CPA exam. Advanced Accounting also provides students with the tools they need to pursue professional careers in a global economy. This is the only text on the market to utilize the horizontal approach to consolidations worksheets, the format most commonly used in the business world.


  • NEW! Consolidations Tutorial Software Included: A Consolidations Worksheet Tutorial and Electronic Working Papers CD is packaged with each new copy of the text. This tutorial offers students a step-by-step process for completing consolidations worksheets in an Excel-based environment. This unique tutorial software allows students to master consolidations worksheets more quickly, while making coverage of this topic easier on instructors.
  • NEW! Derivatives Module: An optional module that provides students with in-depth coverage of derivatives has been added to the text: This module has been placed with the multinational chapters to assist students before they study hedging foreign currency.
  • NEW! Student Companion Book: Packaged free with each new copy of the text, this companion book provides hard copies of the "consolidations" worksheets from the text.
  • NEW! Expanded Web Site: Take advantage of the wealth of online resources at the Advanced Accounting Web site. A pop-up glossary, an accounting links library, interactive quizzes, Instructor resources and much more are available. Visit the Fischer/Taylor/Cheng site at:
  • NEW! Optional Chapter: "The Earnings Per Share" Chapter is now available as an optional chapter that can be packaged with the text at no additional charge. This chapter is available at the adopter's request.
  • Complete and Authoritative Coverage: Known for its comprehensive coverage of consolidations, derivatives, international accounting, and governmental and not-for-profit accounting, Fischer/Taylor/Cheng gives users all they need to prepare for the CPA Exam.
  • Comprehensive Coverage of Consolidations: Eight complete chapters and three special appendices on consolidations offer students a unique, step-by-step approach to this complex topic. Presented in a trial-balance/horizontal worksheet format, Fischer/Taylor/Cheng prepares students to complete worksheets via the method most frequently used in the business world. Optional vertical worksheet coverage is also included.
  • Extensive End-of-Chapter Materials: The end-of-chapter material includes new "Understanding The Issues", which require students to think beyond the chapter presentation. An abundance of exercises and problems, many of which are new or revised in this edition, are also offered to give students ample practice reinforcing concepts learned throughout the text.

Author Bio

Fischer, Paul M. : University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Paul M. Fischer is the Jerry Leer Professor of Accounting at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. He teaches intermediate and advanced financial accounting and has received both the AMOCO Outstanding Teaching Award and the School of Business of Administration Advisory Council Teaching Award. He also teaches the CPA review class and continuing education classes, and provides executive training courses for several large corporations. He earned his undergraduate accounting degree at Milwaukee and earned an MBA and Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Dr. Fischer is a CPA and is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, the Wisconsin Institute of CPAs and the American Accounting Association. He is a past president of the Midwest Region of the America Accounting Association.Dr. Fischer has previously authored Cost Accounting: Theory and Applications (with Frank), Financial Dimensions of Marketing Management (with Chrissy and Mossman), journal articles, and computer software. He actively pursues research and consulting interests in the areas of leasing, pension accounting, and business combinations.

Taylor, William J. : University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

William J. Taylor primarily teaches financial accounting and auditing at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. In addition he is involved in teaching a CPA review course and continuing professional education seminars. He has been recognized for his teaching excellence and has received both the AMOCO Outstanding Professor Award and the School of Business Administration Advisory Council Teaching Award. He earned his Ph.D. from Georgia State University and is a CPA and a CVA (Certified Valuation Analyst). His professional experience includes working for Deloitte and Touche and Arthur Andersen & Co. in their audit practices. His private consulting activities include business valuations, litigation services, and issue affecting closely-held businesses.Dr. Taylor is actively involved in the Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants and has served as their president and as a director. He is also a member of the American Institute of CPAs and the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts. He serves as a director and officer for a number of organizations.

Cheng, Rita H. : University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Rita H. Cheng is the A.O. Smith Teaching Professor of Accounting at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She teaches government and nonprofit accounting and advanced accounting. She also teaches in a CPA review and is often asked to speak on government and nonprofit accounting topics. She has been recognized for her teaching excellence and is a recipient of the School of Business Administration Advisory Council Outstanding Teaching Award. She earned her Ph.D. in Accounting at Temple University. She is a CPA and Certified and Government Financial Manager.Dr. Cheng is actively involved in research focusing on the quality of accounting and financial reporting by state and local governments and the influence of accounting regulation on corporate business competitiveness. She has published numerous journal articles and technical reports. She is an active member of the Government and Nonprofit Section of the America Accounting Association. She has also testified before the Governmental Accounting Standards Board and coordinated the academic response to several proposed standards.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1. Business Combinations: America's Most Popular Business Activity, Bringing an End to the Controversy.
2. Consolidated Statements: Date of Acquisition.
3. Consolidated Statements: Subsequent to Acquisition.
Special Appendix 1. Possible New Consolidation Procedures-Goodwill.
4. Intercompany Transactions: Merchandise, Plant Assets and Notes.
5. Intercompany Transactions: Bonds and Leases.
6. Cash Flow, EPS, Taxation, and Unconsolidated Investments.
7. Special Issues in Accounting for an Investment in a Subsidiary.
8. Subsidiary Equity Transactions, Indirect and Mutual Holdings.
Special Appendix 2. Possible New Consolidation Procedures-Changes in Parent and Subsidiary Equity.
Special Appendix 3. Leveraged Buyouts.

9. The International Accounting Environment. Module: Derivatives and Accounting Related Issues.
10. Foreign Currency Transactions.
11. Translation of Foreign Financial Statements.
12. Interim Reporting and Disclosures About Segments of an Enterprise.

13. Partnerships: Characteristics, Formation, and Accounting for Activities.
14. Partnerships: Ownership Changes and Liquidations.

15. Governmental Fund Activities.
16. Proprietary and Fiduciary Fund Activities.
17. Financial Reporting Issues.
18. Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organizations.
19. Accounting for Not-for-Profit, Colleges and Universities and Private Health Care Organizations.

20. Estates and Trusts: Their Nature and the Accountant's Role.
21. Debt Restructuring, Corporate Reorganizations, and Liquidations.

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