The focus of Deutsch and Chikarovski's Accounting for Non-Accountants - A Question and Answer Handbook, is to promote an understanding of the fundamentals of accounting and financial statements. It is not a short cut to an in-depth knowledge of accounting. However the book will provide some useful insights to the language of accounting, the key principles involved and the sources and use of accounting information commonly encountered. The book should therefore be useful for lawyers and other users of accounting information to guide their understanding of that information. You might for example be:
a barrister involved in a commercial matter requiring the review of the financial statements of a listed company a family law solicitor looking at the accounts of family entities as part of a property settlement an immigration lawyer presenting accounts as part of a visa application a small business operator reviewing the accounts of your business a so called 'mum and dad' investor reviewing the accounts of the listed company that you have acquired shares in recently or a student studying business, accounting or commerce This book is intended to be a useful guide for all such readers and others. Information in the book is presented in an easy to follow question and answer format. Each answer is supported by examples where relevant based on sample financial information included in an appendix. Key accounting terms are also highlighted in bold and explained in a Glossary section at the end of the book.
, Kris Chikarovski
Country of Publication:
01 October 2012
Professional and scholarly
Introduction Starting a Tenancy During the Tenancy Ending the Tenancy The Consumer, Trader and Tenancy Tribunal Social Housing Share Housing Marginal Rental Special Groups of Tenants Appendix 1: Sample Letters Appendix 2: Sample Summary of Case for the Tribunal Appendix 3: Sample Tenancy Forms Appendix 4: Glossary Index