Accounting Guidebooks

Accounting Books from Leading Authors and Publishers
NAPA offers accounting books from leading authors and publishers.

Whether you want to learn a new field of study or software, enhance your current knowledge, or keep abreast of the ever changing environment, NAPA’s books enable you to obtain the information and develop the knowledge you need in today’s complex and competitive environment.

Accounting Books Catalog

Small Business Accounting Policies and Procedures Guide 2013 Edition
This Guide provides the practical guidance to help fill this void. It provides how-to guidance and numerous practice aids (policies, procedures, checklists, and forms) to help staff persons master the various bookkeeping and accounting tasks in small to mid-sized companies. The Guide focuses not only on the day-to-day processing of accounting transactions (such as sales and receipts and purchases and disbursements) but also on monthly, quarterly, and annual tasks such as general ledger closings.

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College Accounting Thirteenth Edition
This textbook summarizes the key elements of accounting. The textbook provides a unique, innovative, and engaging learning experience for new accountants.

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College Accounting Study Guide & Working Papers
Study Guide & Working Papers for College Accounting: A Contemporary Approach is a companion Guide to the College Accounting: A Contemporary Approach textbook.

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Bookkeeping Essentials: How to Succeed as a Bookkeeper
The book is the handy problem-solver that gives today's busy bookkeepers and accountants the helpful information they need in a quick-reference format.

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The E-Myth Accountant: Why Most Accounting Practices Don't Work
Many accountants in small and mid-size practices are experts when it comes to their professional knowledge, but may not have considered their practice as much from a business perspective.

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The Accounting Cycle
The Manual maps out the accounting cycle: balance sheets, income statements, ledger transactions, trial balances, and closing entries. Ideal for small or new businesses, this Manual explains single-entry and double-entry accounting and cash versus accrual accounting.

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Business Accounting
The Manual introduces students to the fundamentals of business accounting. It is designed for quick scanning and filled with interactive exercises that help ensure student success.

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Accounting Essentials
The Manual is an introductory course that teaches the basics of finance, accounting, and economic strategies in an easy-to-follow, easy-to-understand format complete with glossaries, diagrams, and self-tests.

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