The Work of the Managerial Accountant, 7th Edition
Major Accounting Processes. Financial Tools. Pertinent
Tax Issues -It's All Here!
The controller–the chief accounting executive of a corporation–has
several primary responsibilities. These include planning and control
(i.e., budgeting), financial reporting and interpreting, tax administration,
management-level audits and accounting system development, and
overseeing internal and EDP audits. Controllership, Seventh Edition
provides a complete overview of all the management-level accountant’s
functions in a corporation.
The Seventh Edition features new and revised chapters
on e-business, inventory valuation, accounting best practices,
business planning, strategic planning, and tax planning. All technology
chapters have been brought up to date as well.
Instead of providing a tedious catalog of government and regulatory
standards, Controllership, Seventh Edition emphasizes how
to meet job requirements. The focus remains on what role the controller
should play in the company, with discussion outlining major accounting
processes, financial tools, and pertinent tax issues. The information
is geared to the goal of helping controllers or other accounting-trained
financial executives use their technical expertise to lead the
growth and development of a business on a sound financial basis.
Like earlier editions, the Seventh Edition provides the intellectual
tools needed for the controller to evolve from a financial fact
recorder to a strategic analyst involved in planning and control.
Controllership, Seventh Edition is the most comprehensive guide
to today’s profession.
Hardcover book, 1151 pages, January 2004
Authors: Janice M. Roehl-Anderson, Steven M. Bragg
Item #: 978-0-471-28118-4
Because of the rapidly changing nature of information in
this field, this title was recently updated with a supplement
or new edition.
Controllership: The Work
of the Managerial Accountant, 2008 Supplement, 7th Edition,
December 2007 , $80.00