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The Joy of Accounting:
Title : The Joy of Accounting:
Author : Peter Frampton & Mark Robilliard
Publisher : Peter Frampton
Category : Accounting
Release : September 21, 2020
File type : PDF, ePub, eBook
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NOTE: REQUIRES COLOR READER As used in businesses, high schools and universities in 30 countries, such as American University and Johns Hopkins University. Discover a new graphical way to understand accounting. HOW THIS BOOK IS DIFFERENT AND DELIVERS RESULTS The Joy of Accounting uses a revolutionary system of teaching that’s getting rave reviews at top universities, banks, law firms and business schools. This is what Harvard Business School had to say: '[The system] has the advantage of showing how accounting works visually. We all tend to see problems and relationships more easily visually, so the [Joy of Accounting] approach takes advantage of how we learn most effectively. As such, I believe that it is of value to anyone who is interested in understanding how accounting works (from high school students to undergrads to MBAs to business executives).' - Paul Healy, Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School Other books teach the fundamentals of finance and accounting using jargon and vague language. They don’t use graphics and skip over concepts they assume you know. What makes The Joy of Accounting truly different to other accounting books is a diagram which shows accounting on a single page. Using color-coding, the game-changing Color Accounting BaSIS Framework makes accounting as easy as pointing a finger. Accounting made easy: By observing thousands of learners in cities around the world, from New York, London and LA to Sydney and 30 countries, the authors identified 3 aspects of learning that, when addressed guarantee you’ll “get” accounting. Hands-on and visual learning: The book is fun and rigorous at the same time. With available props for purchase, the process is like an accounting game and simple to follow. Is it truly revolutionary? Yes, the Color Accounting BaSIS Framework™ does for accounting what the mouse and icons did for computers. When Apple introduced the Macintosh, using a computer became as simple as pointing, and everyone could do it. The Joy of Accounting means that ANYONE can now see how accounting works. In this book, you will find: •A simple step-by-step sequence to follow •Over 150 full-color diagrams •Explanations of business concepts such as working capital, cash flow, liquidity, leverage, receivables and depreciation. •Traditional terms explained, like ledgers, journals, debits and credits. •US and International accounting standards •Case studies BENEFITS OF THIS APPROACH •Confidently read balance sheets and income statements •Take control of your profitability, cash flow and growth •Budget effectively •Talk about financial matters powerfully •Revisit previous accounting studies for deeper understanding THE AUTHORS Peter Frampton and Mark Robilliard: •Taught tens of thousands of people in businesses and universities •Teach acclaimed university courses •Speak at industry associations such as the Society for Human Resource Management, the Association for Talent Development, and the Project Management Institute. WHO IS THIS BOOK FOR? •Managers wanting to take control of their business •High school, home school and university students •School teachers and university lecturers looking for new ways of explaining •Sales people wanting to pitch more successfully by using financial drivers •Anyone wanting to communicate more powerfully about money matters. INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE AND FREEDOM Accounting is an amazing platform for creating the life you want. Reading this book can be a powerful step toward achieving your goals and dreams. Whether you are starting your own business, stepping up to bigger things at work, or gearing up for an exciting career, being accounting literate will amplify your success.


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