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Rated the most satisfying textbook by students in independent research, Spiceland/Sepe/Nelson/Tomassini's Intermediate Accounting, 5e, has the quality, flexibility, and attention to detail students need to master a challenging subject. It's your Vehicle to Success in the Intermediate Accounting course and beyond! Spiceland/Sepe/Nelson/Tomassini provides a decision maker's perspective to emphasize the professional judgment and critical thinking skills required of accountants today. Reviewers, instructors, and student users of Spiceland have enthusiastically embraced the relaxed, conversational writing style that engages students in an enjoyable and effective learning experience. In addition, accounting's preeminent textbook website provides students a wide variety of electronic learning resources, including new iPod content for the fifth edition. Coach, Study Guide, Instructor's Manual, Solutions Manual, Testbank, and Website content are all created by authors, ensuring seamless compatibility throughout the Spiceland learning package. The end-of-chapter material, too, is written by the author team and tested in their own classes before being included in Intermediate Accounting. Few areas see the kind of rapid change that accounting does, and the Spiceland team is committed to keeping current. The fifth edition fully integrates all the latest FASB Standards, and the authors are committed to keeping you updated with all relevant content changes throughout the edition.
Table of Contents
The Role of Accounting as an Information System
Environment and Theoretical Structure of Financial Accounting
Review of the Accounting Process
The Balance Sheet and Financial Disclosures
The Income Statement and Statement of Cash Flows
Income Measurement and Profitability Analysis
Time Value of Money Concepts Economic Resources
Cash and Receivables
Inventories: Additional Issues
Operational Assets: Acquisition and Disposition
Operational Assets: Utilization and Impairment Financial Instruments and Liabilities