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Publication Date: 2005
Publisher: McGraw-Hill College
Marshall, David, McManus, Wayne William, Viele, Daniel
Accounting: What the Numbers Mean is written for non-accounting students who nevertheless need to understand accounting in order to effectively participate in planning, control, and decision-making. Students learn the basics, from what accounting information is to how managers use it. Marshall's simple, step-by-step approach has made it the leading text in the Survey market. The seventh edition includes new content updates, improved organization, great technology tools, and much more.Marshall, David is the author of 'Accounting What the Numbers Mean', published 2005 under ISBN 9780073011219 and ISBN 0073011215.
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