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Useful as either a self-teaching guide or a supplement to classroom textbooks, this book presents the fundamentals of accounting, starting with the accounting equation, then explaining financial statements, recording daily business transactions, using special journals, accounting for receivables and payables, and accounting for assets, inventories, and payroll from the viewpoint of a sole proprietorship form of business. Final chapters cover partnership and corporate accounting. Within every chapter, self-testing exercises follow each topic with detailed solutions presented at the back of the book. Barron's Easy Way books focus on both practical and academic topics, presenting fundamental subject matter in clear, understandable language. Equally popular as self-teaching manuals and supplementary texts for classroom use, they are written to help students improve their grades and review subject matter before tests. They are also useful for introducing general readers to a new career-related skill. Easy Way titles cover virtually all subjects that are taught on advanced high school and college-101 levels. Subject heads and key phrases are set in a second color.
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Peter Eisenman (born 1932) is an American architect. Considered one of the New York Five, Eisenman is known for his writing and speaking about architecture as well as his designs, which have been called high modernist or deconstructive.
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