Horngren’s Accounting, Volume 2, Eleventh Canadian Edition 11E Miller-Nobles ©2020 Test Bank and Solution Manual
Horngren’s Accounting, Volume 2, Eleventh Canadian Edition 11E Miller-Nobles, Mattison, Matsumura, Meissner, Johnston, Johnston, Norwood ©2020 Test Bank and Solution Manual
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- Publisher: Pearson Canada; 11 edition (March 11 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0136631673
- ISBN-13: 9780136631675
- ISBN-10: 0134790103
- ISBN-13: 978-0134790107
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Horngren’s Accounting, Volume 2, Eleventh Canadian Edition ,
11/E Miller-Nobles, Mattison, Matsumura, Meissner, Johnston,
Johnston, Norwood & Norwood ©2020 |
ISBN-10: 0135359708 | ISBN-13: 9780135359709his Product
Instructors are able to deliver their course with ease using any delivery method—traditional, self-paced, or online—and students will learn and practice accounting in a variety of ways that meet their learning needs and study preferences.
New To This Edition
Revised end-of-chapter starters, exercises, practice sets, challenge exercises, ethical issues, problems, challenge problems, decision problems, and financial statement cases. List of acronyms has been expanded and added to inside back cover for easier student reference.
Moved IFRS Mini-Cases to MyLab Accounting.
Learning Objectives in all chapters have been reviewed against current CPA competencies and correlation provided at the beginning of each chapter. Many of the problems in the text (Beyond the Numbers, Ethical issues, Decision Problems, Financial Statements Cases) give opportunities to develop CPA competencies, in particular Enabling Competencies, such as Communication, Problem Solving, and Professional and Ethical Behaviour.
- NEW! Using Excel. This end-of-chapter exercise in select chapters introduces students to Excel to solve common accounting problems as they would in the business environment.
- NEW! Practice Set. Practice Sets for Chapters 2 through 9 provide another opportunity for studentsto practise the entire accounting cycle. Thepractice set uses the same company in each chapterbut is often not as extensive as the continuingproblem.
- NEW! Serial Exercises. Serial exercises in all chapters expose students to recording entries for a service company which grows to become a merchandiser later in the text.
- NEW! Ethics box. This feature provides common questions and potential solutions business owners face. Students are asked to determine the course of action they would take based on concepts covered in the chapter and are then given potential solutions. Available in most chapters.
Table of Contents
Part 1 The Basic Structure of Accounting
1 Accounting and the Business Environment
2 Recording Business Transactions
3 Measuring Business Income: The Adjusting Process
4 Completing the Accounting Cycle
5 Merchandising Operations
6 Accounting for Merchandise Inventory
7 Accounting Information Systems
8 Internal Control and Cash
10 Property, Plant, and Equipment; and Goodwill and Intangible Assets
11 Current Liabilities and Payroll
About the Author(s)
ABOUT THE CANADIAN AUTHORS
Carol has always been a teacher. She started as a part-time college instructor when she completed her first degree and has taught full time since 2005. In 2014, Carol was awarded the Georgian College Board of Governors’ Award of Excellence Academic for outstanding contributions to the college and an ongoing commitment to excellence.
Her “real world” experience includes car dealership controllership and self-employment as a part-time controller and consultant for a wide variety of businesses.
Carol has broad experience in curriculum development. She has been a curriculum chair, program coordinator, member of several curriculum committees, and has been involved in writing and renewing degree, diploma, and graduate certificate programs.
A self-professed “learning junkie,” Carol holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree, a Master of Business Administration degree, a Master of Arts degree in Education (Community College concentration), and a CPA designation. She has also earned Georgian College’s Professional Development Teaching Practice Credential and is a graduate of Georgian’s Aspiring Leaders program. She is a regular attendee and occasional presenter at conferences related to teaching,
JO-ANN JOHNSTON is an instructor in the Accounting, Finance and Insurance Department at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). She obtained her Diploma of Technology in Financial Management from BCIT, her Bachelor in Administrative Studies degree from British Columbia Open University, and her Master of Business Administration degree from Simon Fraser University. She is also a certified general accountant and completed the Canadian securities course.
Prior to entering the field of education, Jo-Ann worked in public practice and industry for over 10 years. She is a past member of the board of governors of the Certified General Accountants Association of British Columbia and has served on various committees for the association. She was also a member of the board of directors for the BCIT Faculty and Staff Association and served as treasurer during that tenure.
PETER R. NORWOOD is an instructor in accounting and coordinator of the Accounting program at Langara College in Vancouver. A graduate of the University of Alberta, he received his Master of Business Administration from the University of Western Ontario. He is a CPA, a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia, a certified management accountant, and a fellow of the Society of Management Accountants of Canada.
Before entering the academic community, Peter worked in public practice and industry for over 15 years. He is a past president of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia and chair of the Chartered Accountants School of Business (CASB). He is also the chair of the Chartered Accountants Education Foundation for the British Columbia Institute of Chartered Accountants and has been active on many provincial and national committees, including the Board of Evaluators of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants. Peter is also a sessional lecturer in the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia.
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What is SM, TB , IM ?
· What is the Test Bank (TB)?
An ever-expanding collection of previously administered exams, quizzes, and other assessment measures in a wide range of courses made available for current students as study aids.
Why should I use previously administered tests to study?
* become familiar with how material will be tested
* see the format of the test
* practice test-taking skills
* simulate a timed exam
* gain more experience with course content
· What is a SOLUTION MANUAL (SM)?
A Solutions Manual contains all the answers to the questions in the book with detailed explanations and examples.
· What is an INSTRUCTOR’S SOLUTION MANUAL (ISM) OR INSTURCTOR’S MANUAL (IM)?
An Instructor’s Manual is the guide that your teacher may use when making lesson plans and contain extra questions and answers, lab assignments, and more.
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