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Selected Call Number Ranges for Finance and Accounting

HF5601-5689 Accounting
HG1-9999 Finance


Selected Library of Congress Subject Headings



CCH Federal Taxation: Basic Principles, 2010 by Ephraim Smith, Philip J.Harmelink, James R. Hasselback, Ted D. Englebrecht, and Commerce Clearing House
Reference KF6314 .C34 2009  Check Availability
Image:CCH-Federal-Taxation-Basic-Principles-2010.jpg From the publisher:
A popular first- level tax course textbook that provides concise explanations of fundamental tax concepts, including both tax planning and compliance. It is well-suited for the AICPA model curriculum which focuses on business entities as well as the more traditional individual tax course. Includes: Updates on new legislation that took place throughout the year; Numerous real-world examples; Tax rate schedules, tax terms, finding lists, references to Internal Revenue Code Sections, court cases; Learning ancillaries for teachers and students; and more!
Financial Accounting: An Introduction to Concepts, Methods, and Uses by Clyde P. Stickney et al.
HF5635 .F56 2010  Check Availability
Image:Financial-accounting.jpg‎ From the publisher:
This book presents both the basic concepts underlying financial statements and the terminology and methods that allows the reader to interpret, analyze, and evaluate actual corporate financial statements. Fully integrated with the latest International Financial Reporting Standards, inclusion of the latest developments on Fair Value Accounting, and coverage of the Codification of US GAAP, this text provides the highest return on your financial accounting course investment.


Office Finances Made Easy: A Get-Started Guide to Budgets, Purchasing, and Financial Statements by Robert G. Finney
EBSCO ElectronicBook  Check Availability
Image:Office-finances-made-easy.jpg From the publisher:
Office Finances Made Easy is a succinct look at the basics of business "numbers." Anyone who wants to move ahead in his or her career can learn about: -- Budgeting -- defining and planning budgets, dealing with uncertainty, generating the final budget, getting it approved-- Purchasing -- defining requirements, specifying and estimating, gathering bids, making the lease-or buy decision, getting the lowest price (for computers, maintenance services, temps, printing, etc.)-- Financial Statement Analysis -- understanding the basic documents and concepts: income statements, the balance sheet, cash flow, profit and loss.
Principles of Managerial Finance: Brief by Lawrence J. Gitman and Chad J. Zutter
HG4011 .G52 2012  Check Availability
Image:Principles-of-managerial-finance.jpg From the publisher:
Gitman’s proven learning goal system—a hallmark feature of Principles of Managerial Finance—weaves pedagogy into concepts and practice, providing readers with a roadmap to guide them through the text and supplementary tools.


Schaum's Outline of Financial Management by Jae K. Shim and Joel G. Siegel
EBSCO Electronic Book  Check Availability
Image:Schaum's-Outline-of-Financial-Management.jpg From the publisher:
Schaum's Outline of Financial Management provides a succinct review of all financial management concepts in topics such as financial forecasting, planning and budgeting, the management of working capital, short-term financing, time value of money, risk, return, and valuation, capital budgeting, and more.
Taxation of Individuals and Business Entities by Brian C. Spilker
Reference HJ4629 .T39 2010  Check Availability
Image:Taxation-of-Individuals-and-Business-Entities.jpg From the publisher:
With over 120 adoptions in the first edition alone, McGraw-Hill’s Taxation Series is designed to provide a unique, innovative, and engaging learning experience for students studying taxation. The breadth of the topical coverage, the storyline approach to presenting the material, the emphasis on the tax and nontax consequences of multiple parties involved in transactions, and the integration of financial and tax accounting topics make this book ideal for the modern tax curriculum.