Financial Accounting, 11th Edition

ISBN: 9780730382706 / 9780730382713

A benchmark Financial Accounting text over the past 30 years, Hoggett’s Financial Accounting has been refreshed in this eleventh edition. A must-have for students who want to succeed in their unit and leave with a rich foundation of technical knowledge for their future study and Accounting
career, the text focuses on accounting from the perspective of a financial statement preparer.

With two versions being published, Hoggett’s Financial Accounting can be used for either the typical one-semester course, or Hoggett’s Accounting with 6 additional introductory management accounting chapter can extend to two-semesters.

The eBook edition of Financial Accounting, 11th Edition features a range of instructional media content designed to provide students with an interactive and engaging learning experience. This unique resource can also form the basis of a blended learning solution for lecturers.

Features

  • Interactive media – Interactive media in eBook including practitioner videos (PwC), animated demo problems, interactive practice and questions with feedback 
  • Currency  – Technology Vignettes throughout the text feature the latest developments in accounting technologies  
  • New running case study  – New Running case (Electronic Emporium) throughout text create practical business context to apply learnings 
John Hoggett  

John Medlin

Keryn Chalmers 

Andreas Hellmann 

Claire Beattie 

Jodie Maxfield

Chapter 1. Decision making and the role of accounting

Chapter 2. Financial statements for decision making

Chapter 3. Recording transactions

Chapter 4. Adjusting the accounts and preparing financial statements

Chapter 5. Completing the accounting cycle — closing and reversing entries

Chapter 6. Accounting for retailing

Chapter 7. Accounting systems

Chapter 8. Partnerships: formation, operation and reporting

Chapter 9. Companies: formation and operations

Chapter 10. Regulation and the Conceptual Framework

Chapter 11. Cash management and control

Chapter 12. Receivables

Chapter 13. Inventories

Chapter 14. Non-current assets: acquisition and depreciation

Chapter 15. Non-current assets: revaluation, disposal and other aspects

Chapter 16. Liabilities

Chapter 17. Presentation of financial statements

Chapter 18. Statement of cash flows

Chapter 19. Analysis and interpretation of financial statements

Chapter 20. Accounting for manufacturing (Accounting 11e)

Chapter 21. Cost accounting systems (Accounting 11e)

Chapter 22. Cost–volume–profit analysis for decision making (Accounting 11e)

Chapter 23. Budgeting for planning and control (Accounting 11e)

Chapter 24. Performance evaluation for managers (Accounting 11e)

Chapter 25. Differential analysis, profitability analysis and capital budgeting (Accounting 11e)

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E-Text:  9780730382713 
Textbook: 9780730382706