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Designed for managerial accounting programs that begin with either a corporate or sole proprietorship approach, this market-leading text emphasizes the use of financial data in decision making and analysis. The text contains balanced, flexible content supported by an array of print and technology supplements. The 2005e Edition provides instructors with the necessary resources to incorporate new instructional strategies, develop students' core skills and competencies, or integrate technology into the classroom. Procedural content appears in optional objectives at the end of each chapter, allowing instructors to choose how much procedural detail to include in their course. Instructors can also customize homework assignments based on course goals using comprehensive material organized by learning objective. New! Blackboard and WebCT CD-ROMs include customized course material and information, such as chapter overview/learning objectives, chapter and lecture outlines, key points and terms, chapter-based PowerPoint slides, chapter summaries, assignments, and Web links. The CD-ROMs also contain interactive exercises and self-test questions from the Student Study Guide. New! Three new video cases, bringing the total number of video cases to eight, are available on both the Student CD-ROM and the HM ClassPrep CD-ROM for instructors. New! The instructor web site features a collection of new essays that discuss current events and issues in accounting. These essays can be used as exam questions or extra-credit assignments. New! The chapter-based HMAccounting Tutor CD-ROM replaces the Accounting Transaction Tutor (ATT). Students can apply the readings for each chapter to a diagnostic test, a tutorial, an Internet assignment, and a demonstration problem (which includes animation and voice-over narrations). New! Stop and Think questions for each learning objective motivate students to read actively. These critical-thinking questions--each of which is accompanied by a short answer--can also be used as a review device or as a springboard for class discussions. New! Chapter-ending comparison cases ask students to analyze the most recent Walgreens and Toys "R" Us financial statements and draw conclusions as a financial analyst would. Students calculate ratios and perform a comparative analysis of the two companies based on their results. New! The popular Focus on Business boxes, which relate accounting concepts to the real world of business, have been updated and redesigned, and 45 new boxes have been added to this edition. New! Each learning objective includes a list of end-of-chapter text assignments, so students can identify the questions, exercises, problems, and cases that relate to particular learning objectives.
Table of Contents
The Changing Business Environment: A Manager's Perspective
Cost Concepts and Cost Allocation
Costing Systems: Job Order Costing
Costing Systems: Process Costing
Activity-Based Systems: Activity-Based Management and Just-in-Time
Cost Behavior Analysis
The Budgeting Process
Performance Measurement Using Standard Costing
Performance Management and Evaluation
Short-Run Decision Analysis
Pricing Decisions, Including Target Costing and Transfer Pricing
Capital Investment Analysis
Quality Management and Measurement
Allocation of Internal Service Costs
Financial Performance Evaluation
The Time Value of Money
Future Value and Present Value Tables
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