This book is a must-have for any business person. Whether you’re in the software, business, finance, or accounting business, this book will help you to understand the many options available to you as a business and a professional.
Business decision making has increased exponentially in the past decade, and that trend isn’t slowing down anytime soon. Today’s successful business leaders understand that it’s the best way to make a profit and grow.
When you put the tips of this book together, you get a tool for making good business decisions. They are all well-considered and thought-through. In the process, you will become a better financial advisor.
I’m a big fan of keeping books in a variety of formats. This is especially true when your business is growing.
I have to admit that the first chapter of the book is all about financial accounting. So, if you are a little new to the subject, it is a good place to start. I also highly recommend that you read the whole book to learn all of the financial accounting tools covered.
Many small businesses struggle with the financial impact of their decisions, even when their decisions make sense. This financial accounting book is written with small businesses in mind and it will prove invaluable for you to get your business off the ground and off the financial roller coaster.
It can be difficult to make decisions when faced with the unknown. There will be surprises, which is good! This book will teach you the most effective financial accounting tools for business decision making.
This is the seventh edition of this best-selling series, and we’ve incorporated a lot of the latest and most useful accounting and financial tools into it. The new 7th edition of Financial Accounting Tools for Business Decision Making, 7th Edition, is available for $50.
Financial accounting is the one of the most overlooked aspects of business and accounting. For many years, I thought it was the hardest accounting concept to learn. The reality is that accounting is an inherently complex and time-consuming process. There are many ways to approach accounting, many sources of information, and many methods of making financial statements. Financial accounting requires a good understanding of the business, its products and services, and the business itself.
This book is an excellent introduction to financial accounting and business decision making. The book covers all business and financial business decision making tools like cash flow analysis, budgeting, and forecasting. It provides a solid foundation for students at all levels of business to begin to understand their financial responsibilities. I give it 5 stars, because it covers all of these topics and more.
This book is a must-have for anyone who needs to know how to set financial accounting standards for their business. The book covers the basics of how to do this and the accounting methods to use to follow along.
For those who have never considered the financial implications of their work and who are wondering how to make their business profitable, this course is a good introduction.