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Old 03-12-2012, 09:28 AM   #1
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Free (Kindle/Nook) How to Keep Score in Business [Accounting Self-Help]

How to Keep Score in Business: Accounting and Financial Analysis for the Non-Accountant (2nd Edition) by Robert Follett is a guide to exactly what it says in the title, free courtesy of publisher FT Press.

Currently free @ Amazon (available to Canadians). Will probably eventually drop at B&N, but may show up rather late, as their last FT Press batch did.

Description
The Classic Business Accounting Guide for Every Manager and Entrepreneur—Now Fully Updated!

• Uncover crucial insights buried in balance sheets, income statements, and other financial reports
• Master indispensable skills for day-to-day business and investment decision-making
• Learn up-to-the-minute techniques for analyzing ROI, planning cash flow, and identifying business trends

In this classic book, long-time CEO Robert Follett shows you exactly how to “keep score” in business by reading and accurately interpreting company financials. Step by step, Follett helps you capture crucial insights buried in balance sheets, income statements, and other key reports. Follett shows how to apply core tools for analyzing financial reports and investment opportunities, and demystifies key accounting terms every manager and investor needs to know.

Fully updated for today’s tools and techniques, this book will help you work confidently with accountants, auditors, financial analysts, budget directors, controllers, treasurers, bankers, and brokers…and make better business decisions every single day.
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