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Programming Concepts for Accounting Majors - Spring 2006

Colleen T. Hayes

Programming Concepts for Accounting Majors - Spring 2006

by Colleen T. Hayes

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Published by Scholargy Publishing .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatSpiral-bound
Number of Pages226
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12377636M
ISBN 101592477984

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Description: Concepts, tools and techniques in the analysis and design of computer-based information systems; major issues and decision making in each phase of the development life cycle, application of creativity and innovation to the practice of systems analysis and design, skills necessary for modeling the data and processing requirements of an information system using an automated.

Accountants must therefore actively consider whether the accounting treatments adopted are consistent with the accounting concepts and principles. In order to ensure application of the accounting concepts and principles, major accounting standard-setting bodies have incorporated them into their reporting frameworks such as the IASB Framework. Accounting - Process; Accounting - Basic Concepts; Accounting - Conventions; Accounting - Accounts' Classification; Accounting - Systems; Financial Accounting; Financial Accounting - Journal; Financial Accounting - Ledger; Financial Accounting - Books; Financial Accounting - Depreciation; Cost Accounting; Cost Accounting - Introduction; Cost.

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