Closing the Books
Cost Management Guidebook
Credit & Collection Guidebook
Fixed Asset Accounting
Inventory Best Practices
Lean Accounting Guidebook
Mergers & Acquisitions
Running a Public Company
Ultimate Accountants' Reference
The typical accountant receives a thorough grounding in accounting standards in school, but then arrives on the job and asks – what do I do now? The unfortunate realization strikes that only a small proportion of the accounting job involves accounting standards. Instead, many other questions arise, such as: How do I create a budget, what is a bottleneck asset, how do I grant credit, how do I accelerate cash collections, which controls should I set up, how do I conduct a throughput analysis, should we outsource work, how do I achieve accurate inventory records, how do I allocate costs, how do I set up a target costing system, how do I set product prices, and where do I place quality review stations to maximize profitability?
Chapter 1. Budgeting Decisions.
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