Understanding Financial Statements

Overview

It is important for lawyers who deal with commercial, corporate, family, estate, and even criminal practices to understand the rudimentary concepts of accounting and finance. Generally, legal professionals fear financial statements. This book uses clear, concise explanations of what lawyers need to know in order to understand financial statements.

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgment
Chapter I: Introduction
Chapter II: Fundamental Financial Concepts
Chapter III: Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and Reporting Standards
Chapter IV: Overview of Financial Statements
Chapter V: The Balance Sheet
Chapter VI: Measurement of Income
Chapter VII: Reports on Financial Statements
Chapter VIII: Interpretation of Financial Statements
Chapter IX: Accounting and Law
Chapter X: Tax Aspects of Equity
Chapter XI: Law and Accounting
Index
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