Management accounting & cost management

Discussion in 'Accounting Software' started by FreeStyler, Apr 27, 2007.

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    FreeStyler Guest

    Could you please suggest me a good sites, journals and software (demos or
    free) from a management accounting and cost accounting area.
    Thank you
     
    FreeStyler, Apr 27, 2007
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    Chris Gunn Guest

    Howdy,

    I recommend you go to the local library or a good book store and find the
    oldest accounting books you can. If you can find college text books on
    accounting, printed over 40 years ago, you have a gold mine.

    If you can gain a good grasp of how paper ledger accounting works, then
    you'll be able to get the most out of the new fangled programs. Without it,
    you will find things get snarled up real easy.

    How to report taxes has changed radically. However, basic accounting still
    works the same as it did a century ago.

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    Chris Gunn, Apr 27, 2007
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    FreeStyler, Apr 30, 2007
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    Chris Gunn Guest

    Howdy,

    Accounting, is accounting, is accounting, and by any other name it is rows
    and columns of numbers to give you the results you want.

    Unless you understand how basic ledgers work, you are going to have problems
    understanding what is going on when they assign a fancy name to a process of
    tracking money moving in various directions.

    Part of my suggestion is so you can gain a good grasp of the words and
    terminolgy involved.

    Thanks, Chris www.bizynet.com and www.bizycart.com
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    Chris Gunn, Apr 30, 2007
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