Carey, Knowles, & Towers-Clark: Accounting: A Smart Approach 2e
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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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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, complete with question and exercise solutions