Accounting

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    Understand four major reasons that financial statements published in 2016 are more ...
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    Various factors affect how much accountants charge clients each year, including the ...
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    Read about the business expense software company, Abacus Labs, and learn more about ...
  1. SEC Investigates Alibaba's Accounting Practices ...

    The way Alibaba adds together earnings from its various divisions, has been a source ...
  2. Intuit Stock Rises Ahead of Q3 Earnings (INTU)

    Wall Street expects the financial software company to deliver year-over-year increases ...
  3. Mind the GAAP: Buyer, Beware Profit 'Adjustment'

    S&P 500 companies are reporting "adjusted" earnings that are much more enticing than ...
  4. Toyota's 4 Key Financial Ratios (TM)

    Learn about important financial ratios for Toyota Motor Corporation that are crucial ...
  5. Boeing Under SEC Probe for 787, 747 Accounting

    Boeing is under SEC investigation for accounting issue regarding 787, 747 airliners.
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  1. Accounting Basics

    What is accounting? Learn the basics of this essential way of recording and summarizing ...
  2. Personal Income Tax Guide

    If the sight of your W-4 has you in the doldrums, read on to learn how to beat the ...
  3. Using Accounting Analysis To Measure Earnings ...

    Learn the accounting concepts that will help you to dig into to the details to find ...
  4. Accounting and Valuing Employee Stock Options

    Learn the different accounting and valuation treatments of ESOs, and discover the ...
  1. What is a good debt ratio, and what is a bad debt ratio?

    Learn about the factors that influence how investors and lenders evaluate the debt ratio for a company and why the answer ...
  2. Can working capital be depreciated?

    Learn the difference between expensing and depreciation for current and long-term assets, and how working capital can be ...
  3. Do working capital funds expire?

    Find out how and why a company's working capital can change over time, though the fund does not actually expire, and how ...
  4. How much working capital does a small business need?

    Learn about the three primary factors that determine how much working capital is needed by a small business, including business ...
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