2 edition of Accounting, 1993, Chapters 13-28 found in the catalog.
Accounting, 1993, Chapters 13-28
Charles T. Horngren
by Prentice Hall
Written in English
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CONTACT INFO. [email protected] GLOBAL Hub Download Vita (PDF) Overview.Chapter 5. Accounting for Receivables Chapter 6. Accounting for Investments Chapter 7. Accounting for Inventory Chapter 8. Accounting for Property, Plant, and Equipment Chapter 9.
Accounting for Intangibles Chapter Accounting for Equity Chapter Revenue Recognition Chapter Accounting for Payroll Chapter Accounting for Stock-Based.