Gaap Handbook of Policies and Procedures, 1999
|Rating||:||4.53 (683 Votes)|
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It provides guidance in the resolution of any issues and questions you may be faced with day-to-day in applying GAAP.. This one-volume reference contains accounting principles, financial reporting presentation requirements, required and recommended disclosures, and specialized accounting topics. The GAAP Handbook of Policies and Procedures offers comprehensive coverage of all important, authoritative pronouncements-FASB Statements, Interpretations, Technical Bulletins and Concepts, as well as the generally accepted accounting practices of the AICPA. It also includes coverage of specialized industry principles, and future developments
It is the finest book of its type that I have ever seen. It can be used by anyone, regardless of the level of their business and accounting knowledge. In this regard, I agree with the comments made by Leon Lebensbaum as set forth on the cover: "Will well serve both the neophyte and the experienced practitioner.". Erich Riesenberg said Wiley is better. I found a couple errors which is no fun when you are using a technical book as a reference source. The only other GAAP book I've used is Wiley and I think it is a much better option.