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Financial and Managerial AccountingNonso E Okpala
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Financial and Managerial Accounting

Key Principles Made Easy (First Edition)
Edited by Nonso E. Okpala

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-63487-390-1, 658 pages

©2016

Description
Financial and Managerial Accounting is a concise introduction to fundamental accounting principles for students who are new to the subject matter. Many standard accounting textbooks include more materials than can easily be covered in a one-semester approach. Financial and Managerial Accounting focuses only on the topics students need to master at the introductory level.

The book begins by explaining the importance of accounting in businesses and making students aware of accounting ethics. Then, through distinct and incisive chapters, students begin to master specific topics and skills, such as how to record business transactions, merchandising operations and inventory, assets, liability and equity, and internal control and cash.

The particulars of managerial accounting are addressed in chapters on cost-management systems, capital investment systems, and master and flexible budgets.

Written to be both accessible and readily applicable, as well as highly practical in nature, Financial and Managerial Accounting is an excellent foundational textbook. It is well-suited to courses in principles of financial accounting and managerial accounting.

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Biography
Nonso Okpala holds a master’s degree in accounting (master of professional accountancy) from Louisiana Tech University and is also a Certified Public Accountant. He is an accounting instructor at Grambling State University, where his course offerings include intermediate, managerial, and financial accounting. In addition to teaching, Professor Okpala serves on the College of Business financial strategies, student advising, and the University library and learning resources committees. The university’s chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants awarded Professor Okpala with the chapter award for dedication and support toward the chapter’s growth. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.