Financial Statements

Author: Thomas R. Ittelson
Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser
ISBN: 1601630239
Size: 48.63 MB
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Provides an introduction to financial accounting for non-financial managers by way of a transaction-based, business training tool. Includes real-life examples of how financial statements are built and how they interact to present a true financial picture of the enterprise.

How To Get The Financing For Your New Small Business

Author: Sharon L. Fullen
Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780910627559
Size: 72.76 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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While poor management is cited most frequently as the reason small businesses fail, inadequate or ill-timed financing is a close second. Whether you're starting a business or expanding one, sufficient, ready capital is essential. This new book will provide you with a road map to securing the financing. The book goes into traditional financing methods, and assists the reader in setting up proper financial statements and a proper business plan. It details the differences between debt and equity financing and how and why to use each. Valuation techniques are explained for determining what your business is truly worth. However, the book's real strength is in explaining alternative and creative methods of financing, such as SBA financing, investor angles, IPOs, limited public offerings, and venture capital. Numerous real-world examples are given for structuring a deal to benefit both the financier and the entrepreneur. Essential resources for finding the detailed information you need are included throughout.

Financial Statements 3rd Ed

Author: Thomas Ittelson
Publisher: Career Press
ISBN: 9781632651754
Size: 41.29 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Over 200,000 copies sold! Thomas R. Ittelson's master work for entrepreneurs, non-financial managers, business students, lawyers, lenders, and investors - the bestselling book of its kind, with over 200,000 copies in print - has gotten even better with this 20th anniversary edition. Ittelson is an expert at translating complicated financial topics in an accessible way for non-financial audiences. In this book, he empowers readers by clearly and simply demonstrating how the three major accounting statements interact to offer a snapshot of a company's financial health. This book teaches readers how to use specialized accounting vocabulary and makes accessible the structure and purpose of the three major numeric statements that describe a company's financial condition. Each statement paints a different and essential picture - the "three-legged stool" of company reporting: The income statement shows the manufacturing (or service offerings) and selling actions of the company that result in profit or loss during a period. It gives a very important perspective on the company's performance, its profitability. The cash flow statement details cash into and out of the company for a period. You need money to make money. Running out of cash is bad. Duh. The balance sheet records at the end of a period, an instant in time, what the company owns and what it owes, including the owners' stake, called shareholders' equity. With two new major topic sections (nonprofit organization accounting and pricing theory for profitability) and spot color reformatting to improve comprehension, this third edition of Financial Statements is simply the clearest and most comprehensive introduction to financial reporting available. No accounting background is required.

Financial Statements Third Edition

Author: Thomas Ittelson
Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser
ISBN: 1632657597
Size: 69.61 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Over 200,000 copies sold! Thomas R. Ittelson’s master work for entrepreneurs, non-financial managers, business students, lawyers, lenders, and investors—the bestselling book of its kind, with over 200,000 copies in print—has gotten even better with this 20th anniversary edition. Ittelson is an expert at translating complicated financial topics in an accessible way for non-financial audiences. In this book, he empowers readers by clearly and simply demonstrating how the three major accounting statements interact to offer a snapshot of a company's financial health. This book teaches readers how to use specialized accounting vocabulary and makes accessible the structure and purpose of the three major numeric statements that describe a company’s financial condition. Each statement paints a different and essential picture—the “three-legged stool” of company reporting: The income statement shows the manufacturing (or service offerings) and selling actions of the company that result in profit or loss during a period. It gives a very important perspective on the company’s performance, its profitability. The cash flow statement details cash into and out of the company for a period. You need money to make money. Running out of cash is bad. Duh. The balance sheet records at the end of a period, an instant in time, what the company owns and what it owes, including the owners’ stake, called shareholders’ equity. With two new major topic sections (nonprofit organization accounting and pricing theory for profitability) and spot color reformatting to improve comprehension, this third edition of Financial Statements is simply the clearest and most comprehensive introduction to financial reporting available. No accounting background is required.

Key Concepts In Accounting And Finance

Author: Jonathan Sutherland
Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 0230204724
Size: 39.16 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Key Concepts in Accounting and Finance is one of a range of comprehensive glossaries with entries arranged alphabetically for easy reference. All major concepts, terms, theories and theorists are incorporated and cross-referenced. Additional reading and Internet research opportunities are identified. More complex terminology is made clearer with numerous diagrams and illustrations. With almost 600 key terms defined, the book represents a comprehensive must-have reference for anyone studying a business-related course or those simply wishing to understand what accounting and finance is all about. It will be especially useful as a revision aid.

Publishing The Nonprofit Annual Report

Author: Caroline Taylor
Publisher: Jossey-Bass
ISBN: 9780787954109
Size: 73.38 MB
Format: PDF
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Publishing the Nonprofit Annual Report offers your nonprofit organization hands-on guidance to help you create an annual report that goes beyond fulfilling your financial reporting responsibilities and instead becomes a valuable communications, marketing, and image-building tool. Written by Caroline Taylor--a consultant who has more than twenty years of experience producing award-winning annual reports--this essential guide takes you through the report-writing cycle from start to finish. Step by step, she shows you how to create a plan, fit the report process into the overall schedule, assign tasks, develop the executive message, work with designers to integrate visual elements, and get the report printed on time and within budget.

Business Plans To Game Plans

Author: Jan B. King
Publisher: Silver Lake
ISBN:
Size: 68.46 MB
Format: PDF
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This book gives you detailed tools for implementing business plans and achieving professional and corporate goals. It shows how to communicate specific goals...and empower people to make them real.