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Financial Accounting I

Financial Accounting I

Financial Accounting I is specially designed as an undergraduate textbook for the first year B Com (Hons and Gen.) students of University of Calcutta (CU). The book seeks to provide a comprehensive coverage of the basic principles of financial accounting, incorporating the latest accounting norms and standards.
Written in a crisp and easy-to-understand style, the book also incorporates a large number of worked-out problems, solutions to relevant problems set by CU B Com (Hons and Gen.) and professional examinations such as CA, CS and CWA, thereby making it ideal for self-study.

Key Features
• Completely meets the requirements of the new CU B Com first semester course on Financial Accounting I
• Contains more than 450 graded, solved illustrations with Problem Notes and detailed Working Notes
• Includes relevant problems from last 20 years’ examinations of CU B Com, CA, CS and CWA, including a separate section in relevant chapters containing solved problems of CU examinations from 2012 to 2016
• Provides key conceptual issues in the form of numerous Student Notes and Concept Notes throughout the book

Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Accounting
2. Double Entry Book-keeping System
3. Basis of Accounting
4. Basic Concepts and Conventions
5. Accounting Theory
6. Accounting Standards
7. Revenue Recognition
8. Accounting for Inventories
9. Accounting for Fixed Assets and Depreciation
10. Reserves and Provisions
11. Provisions on Debtors and Creditors
12. Capital and Revenue Transactions
13. Adjustment Entries
14. Rectification of Errors
15. Final Accounts of Sole Proprietorship Trading Concerns
16. Final Accounts of Manufacturing Concerns
17. Final Accounts from Incomplete Records: Single Entry
18. Final Accounts of Non-profit Organizations
19. Accounting for Consignment
20. Accounting for Sale on Approval Basis
21. Self-Balancing and Sectional-Balancing System
22. Insurance Claim: Loss of Stock
23. Insurance Claim: Loss of Profit.

Project Financing: Asset-Based Financial Engineering, 3ed (MISL-WILEY)

Project Financing: Asset-Based Financial Engineering, 3ed (MISL-WILEY)

As an effective alternative to conventional direct financing, project financing has become one of the hottest topics in corporate finance. It's being used more and more frequently—and more successfully—on a wide variety of high-profile corporate projects and has long been used to fund large-scale natural resource projects. But the challenges of successful project financing are immense, and the requirements of the process can easily be misunderstood. That's why John Finnerty has returned with the Third Edition of Project Financing.

Foundations of Financial Risk: An Overview of Financial Risk and Risk-based Financial Regulation

Foundations of Financial Risk: An Overview of Financial Risk and Risk-based Financial Regulation

This book introduces risk professionals to the advanced components and terminology in banking risk and regulation globally. It helps them develop an understanding of the methods for the measurement and management of credit risk and operational risk and the regulation of minimum capital requirements. It educates them about banking regulation and disclosure of market information. The book is GARP's required text used by risk professionals looking to obtain their International Certification in Banking Risk and Regulation.

Comdex Tally.ERP 9 Course Kit with GST and MS Excel

Comdex Tally.ERP 9 Course Kit with GST and MS Excel

Comdex Tally.ERP 9 Course Kit With GST and MS Excel is an all-inclusive guide for students and working professionals wanting to get an in-depth knowledge about Tally.ERP 9 software and MS Excel. It aims at providing the students with a complete handbook for self-learning and covers all the features of Tally.ERP 9 based on business aspects for goods and services along with empirical examples. This book is a complete package that includes all the major topics related to the usage of Tally.ERP 9 and MS Excel with updated features of GST and E-Way bill.

TallyACE

TallyACE

This book, from the house of Tally, India's leading business management software company, is a comprehensive book for TallyACE certification program. It provides step-by-step instructions from installation and company creation to generation of financial reports and advanced features. The book is enriched with numerous screen shots, solved illustrations and practice scenarios to help candidates experience the simplicity of working on Tally ERP 9. Upon solving these scenarios, candidates will be able to understand the intricacies of business operations and would be equipped to handle such transactions in the daily work environment with ease. This book is highly recommended for candidates who aspire to build a successful career in Finance and Accounts or as an entrepreneurs.

Financial Accounting - Vol. III

Financial Accounting - Vol. III

The chapters (including the chapter-content, solved examples, chapter-end exercises, etc.) have been thoroughly revised as per the Schedule-III of the Companies Act 2013. Latest problems from question papers of Calcutta University have been included in the illustrations. Fully solved question paper of University of Calcutta, 2016. More illustrations have been included from different professional examinations. Latest Accounting Standards have been used as per the prescribed syllabi of CU and other allied universities and professional courses

Investments (MISL-WILEY)

Investments (MISL-WILEY)

A comprehensive guide to investment analysis and portfolio management by an expert team from the CFA Institute. In a world of specialization, no other profession likely requires such broad, yet in-depth knowledge than that of financial analyst. Financial analysts must not only possess a broad understanding of the financial markets-including structure, organization, efficiency, portfolio management, risk and return and planning and construction-but they must also have a strong sense of how to evaluate industries and companies prior to engaging in an analysis of a specific stock.

A Textbook of Accounting for Management

A Textbook of Accounting for Management

The book provides a comprehensive coverage of the course-content requirements of the students appearing in the paper ‘Management Accounting’ at the MBA and M.Com. Examinations of different Indian Universities and those of professional institutions. The book has been divided into Five Convenient Sections. Each Section covers a different aspect of ‘Management Accounting’ with the subject divided into chapters covering different topics in a systematic and concise manner. The unique features of this book lie in its simple and systematic presentation of theory, which would enable the students to solve practical problems with ease. The other main strengths of this book are: plentiful illustrative examples and end-of-the-chapter exercises with answers.
Salient Features
• Updated position regarding IFRSs and steps for their convergence in India
• Two new chapters, namely: Human Resource Accounting and Innovative Concepts in Section II of the book
• Section V relating to Case Problems to make the study of the subject more interesting and a real value addition to the knowledge of the reader
Table Of Contents
Section I: Accounting Fundamentals:
• Meaning and Scope of Accounting
• Accounting Principles
• Basic Accounting Terms
• Journalizing Transactions
• Ledger Posting and Trial Balance
• Sub-division of Journal
• Negotiable Instruments
• Final Accounts
• Rectification of Errors
• Depreciation Provisions and Reserves
• Inventory Valuation Section II: Cost and Management Accounting: Management Accounting: Nature and Scope
• Cost Accounting: Meaning and Scope
• Basic Cost Concepts
• Human Resource Accounting
• Innovative Concepts Section III: Financial Analysis:
• Financial Statements: Analysis and Interpretation
• Funds Flow Statements
• Cash Flow Statement Section IV: Planning and Control:
• Budgetary Control
• Innovative Budgeting Techniques
• Standard Costing
• Variance Analysis
• Marginal Costing and Profit Planning
• Decisions Involving Alternative Choices
• Pricing Decisions Section V: Case Problems:
• Accounting Principles
• Preparation and Analysis of Financial Statements
• Funds Flow Statement
• Cash Flow Statement
• Budgetary Control
• Standard Costing
• Decisions Involving Alternative Choices
• Index.

Bank Management and Financial Services

Bank Management and Financial Services

Bank Management and Financial Services is designed to help students master established management principles and to confront the perplexing issues of risk, regulation, technology and competition that bankers and other financialservice managers see as their greatest challenges for the present and future. This new edition offers the student many of the key trends and changes in the financial-services sector. With this relevant information students are able to grasp the rapid changes that are happening in this course area and in the real world.

Book Features:

  • New coverage on the efforts of U and foreign governments to “bail out” the financial institutions sector
  • A look at the strengths and weaknesses of the securitization process and an examination of the use of interest-rate and currency hedging instruments
  • A look at the mortgage market crisis and its impact on financial-market conditions and the economy
  • An exploration of the rise of China, India, Korea, Japan and other leading nations inside the global financial system
  • New and recently updated problems: A significant number of new and recently updated problems (including Excel-based problems) are included

Table of Contents:

Part I: Introduction to Banking and Financial Services

  • Chapter 1: An Overview of the Changing Financial-Services Sector
  • Chapter 2: The Impact of Government Policy and Regulation on the Financial-Services Industry
  • Chapter 3: The Organization and Structure of Banking and the Financial-Services Industry
  • Chapter 4: Establishing New Banks, Branches, ATMs, Telephone Services and Web Sites

Part II: Financial Statements and Financial Firm Performance

  • Chapter 5: The Financial Statements of Banks and their Principal Competitors
  • Chapter 6: Measuring and Evaluating the Performance of Banks and their Principal Competitors

Part III: Tools for Managing and Hedging Against Risk

  • Chapter 7: Risk Management for Changing Interest Rates: Assets-Liability Management and Duration Techniques
  • Chapter 8: Risk Management: Financial Futures, Options, Swaps and Other Hedging Tools
  • Chapter 9: Risk Management: Asset-Backed Securities, Loan Sales, Credit Standbys and Credit Derivatives

Part IV: Managing Investment Portfolios and Liquidity Positions for Financial Firms

  • Chapter 10: The Investment Function in Banking and Financial Services Management
  • Chapter 11: Liquidity and Reserve Management: Strategies and Policies

Part V: Managing Sources of Funds for a Financial Firm

  • Chapter 12: Managing and Pricing Deposit Services
  • Chapter 13: Managing Non deposit Liabilities
  • Chapter 14: Investment Banking, Insurance and other Sources of Fee Income
  • Chapter 15: The Management of Capital

Part VI: Providing Loans to Businesses and Consumers

  • Chapter 16: Lending Policies and Procedures
  • Chapter 17: Lending to Business Firms and Pricing Business Loans
  • Chapter 18: Consumer Loans, Credit Cards and Real Estate Lending

Part VII: Managing the Future in a Global Marketplace

  • Chapter 19: Acquisitions and Mergers in Financial-Services Management
  • Chapter 20: International Banking and the Future of Banking and Financial-Services
  • Dictionary of Banking and Financial-Services Terms

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