By Loren A. Nikolai
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING, 11th variation, presents the best mix language and colourful pedagogy to facilitate the transition from monetary rules to the bigger atmosphere of economic reporting. to arrange scholars for pro accounting careers, the text's entire assurance of GAAP and dialogue of IFRS is obviously and regularly provided during the textual content. This insurance enhances the authors' perception, that is in either the in-text remark and the totally coordinated, author-written end-of-chapter fabric.
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H. Beaver, Financial Reporting: An Accounting Revolution, 3rd ed. : Prentice Hall, 1998), or D. C. Nichols and J. M. Wahlen, “How Do Earnings Numbers Relate to Stock Returns? A Review of Classic Accounting Research with Updated Evidence,” Accounting Horizons (December 2004), pp. 263–286. 7 8 Chapter 1 • The Environment of Financial Reporting EXHIBIT 1-3 Comparison of Financial and Managerial Accounting Financial Accounting Managerial Accounting 1. Source of authority Generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) Internal needs 2.
A stock or bond) based on communicated accounting information. 2. Hold. An actual investor decides to retain a particular security based on communicated accounting information. 3. Sell. An actual investor decides to sell a particular security based on communicated accounting information. Creditors, such as suppliers and lending institutions, also have a direct relationship with companies. Although creditors do not purchase securities, they make similar decisions that require accounting information.
Accounting information is useful in making decisions for this allocation process within these capital markets. It is also useful for other purposes. External and Internal Users 1 Understand capital markets and decision making. Analysis C R Users of accounting information can be divided into two major categories, external users and internal users, as we show in Exhibit 1-2. These two user groups do not have the same information needs because of their different relationships to the company providing the economic information.