Accounting for Canadian Colleges

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  • Author : Ted Palmer
  • Publisher : Copp Clark
  • Pages : 626 pages
  • ISBN : 9780773054547
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Accounting for Canadian Colleges

Accounting for Canadian Colleges
  • Author : Ted Palmer,Victor L. D'Amico,Donna P. Grace
  • Publisher : Pearson Addison Wesley
  • Release : 01 July 2022
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For courses in College Accounting, Secretarial Accounting, and Accounting Procedures. Designed specifically for students who are not majoring in accounting but who need a grounding in accounting procedures, this definitive and exceptionally readable text has been thoroughly updated to reflect the rapidly changing business environment and recent developments in accounting principles and practices. This text uses a highly effective systems approach to illustrate various accounting procedures that are followed in the processing of data and in the control of company

A History of Canadian Accounting Thought and Practice

A History of Canadian Accounting Thought and Practice
  • Author : George J. Murphy
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 04 September 2020
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This book, first published in 1993, focuses on the evolution of accounting institutions, practices and standard-setting in Canada. Canada’s federal system complicates the jurisdictional authority for accounting matters. The Canadian constitution empowers the ten provinces to regulate the training and certification of accountants, and each can incorporate organizations. A great deal of effort has been made by accounting bodies on jurisdictional coordination and disputes, and this book analyses how these systems have come to function in their present form.