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Carey, Knowles, & Towers-Clark: Accounting: A Smart Approach 2e

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  • Student resources

    • Multiple choice questions

      Are you on top of accounting? Find out by checking your understanding of each topic. You will receive instant feedback and page references, enabling you to improve on areas where you are struggling and consolidate your learning

    • Flashcard glossary

      Memorize and understand the key concepts covered in the book by using this flashcard glossary, which can also be viewed on portable devices such as iPhones

    • Additional practice questions

      Have you got to grips with the key concepts in accounting? Apply your knowledge; once you have mastered the basics, try challenging yourself with more advanced questions

    • Tables from the text

      Take advantage of these to complete the demonstration exercises in the text book. The tables are organized by chapter for convenience, and available for you to download in word format and fill in your answers

    • Additional chapters 17 and 18

      Chapter 17, Double-entry bookkeeping I: recording Sam’s business transactions, and chapter 18, Double-entry bookkeeping II: Sam makes his adjustments, supplement the book and take your learning further

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    • PowerPoint slides

      These customizable slides and notes, accompanying each chapter, will assist you in your preparation of lecture presentations

    • Test bank

      Fully customizable and containing feedback for students, this will help you to save time in creating assessments

    • Assessment guide

      Guidance on how to get the most out of the textbook and online resources within your teaching, with examples for suggested methods of assessment

    • Solutions to the financial and management accounting case studies

      Accompanying the case studies in the book

    • Two further cases, for use in seminars

      These cases, available here with their solutions, do not appear in the book

    • Additional chapters 17 and 18

      Chapter 17, Double-entry bookkeeping I: recording Sam’s business transactions, and chapter 18, Double-entry bookkeeping II: Sam makes his adjustments, supplement the book and take your learning further