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Accounting: What the Numbers Mean, 9th Edition Chapter 1.Accounting-Present and Past Part 1 Financial Accounting Chapter 2.Financial Statements and Accounting Concepts/Principles Chapter 3.Fundamental Interpretations Made From Financial Statement Data Chapter 4.The Bookkeeping Process and Transaction Analysis Chapter 5.Accounting for and Presentation of Current Assets Chapter 6.Accounting for and Presentation of Property, Plant and Equipment, and other Noncurrent Assets Chapter 7.Accounting for and Presentation of Liabilities Chapter 8.Accounting for and Presentation of Owners' Equity Chapter 9.The Income Statement and the Statement of Cash Flows Chapter 10.Corporate Governance, Explanatory Notes and Other Disclosures Chapter 11.Financial Statement AnalysisPart 2 Managerial Accounting Chapter 12.Managerial Accounting and Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis Chapter 13.Cost Accounting and Reporting Chapter 14.Cost Planning Chapter 15.Cost Control Chapter 16.Costs for Decision Making Epilogue: Accounting-The Future
David H. Marshall (19332018) was Professor of Accounting Emeritus at Millikin University. He taught at Millikin, a small, independent university located in Decatur, Illinois, for 25 years. He taught courses in accounting, finance, computer information systems, and business policy, and was recognized as an outstanding teacher. The draft manuscript of this book was written in 1986 and used in a one-semester course that was developed for the nonbusiness major. Subsequently supplemented with cases, it was used in the business core accounting principles and managerial accounting courses. Concurrently, a one-credit-hour accounting laboratory taught potential accounting majors the mechanics of the accounting process. Prior to his teaching career, Marshall worked in public accounting and industry and he earned an MBA from Northwestern University. Professor Marshalls interests outside academia included community service, woodturning, sailing, and travel. It is with great sadness that we announce his passing on April 17, 2018. Wayne W. McManus makes his home in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, BWI, where he worked in the private banking sector for several years and is now a semiretired consultant. He maintains an ongoing relationship with the International College of the Cayman Islands as an adjunct Professor of Accounting and Law and is the Chair of the Colleges Board of Trustees. McManus offers the Cayman CPA Review course through the Financial Education Institute Ltd. and several professional development courses through the Chamber of Commerce. He earned an MS in accounting from Illinois State University, an MBA from the University of Kansas, a law degree from Northern Illinois University, and a masters of law in taxation from the University of MissouriKansas City. He serves as an independent director and chairman of the audit committee for Endeavour Mining Corp. (EDV on the TSX exchange). He is a member of the Cayman Islands Institute of Professional Accountants and the local chapter of the CFA Institute. Professor McManus volunteers as a professionalSanta each December, enjoys travel, golf, and scuba diving, and is an audio/video enthusiast. Daniel F. Viele is Professor of Accounting and currently serves as Dean of the School of Adult and Online Education and directs the Office of Strategic Information at Maryville University of Saint Louis. He has taught courses in financial, managerial, and cost accounting, as well as accounting information systems. Prior to joining Maryville, Professor Vieles previous teaching experience includes 15 years at Webster University and 10 years at Millikin University with Professor Marshall. He has also served as a systems consultant to the graphics arts industry. Professor Viele has developed and taught numerous online graduate courses, and for his leadership role in pioneering online teaching and learning, he was presented a Presidential Recognition Award. His students and colleagues have also cited his dedication to teaching and innovative use of technology for which Webster awarded him its highest honorthe Kemper Award for Teaching Excellence. Professor Viele holds an MS in accounting from Colorado State University and has completed the Information Systems Faculty Development Institute at the University of Minnesota and the Advanced Information Systems Faculty Development Institute at Indiana University. He is a member of the American Accounting Association and the Institute of Management Accountants, where he has served as president of the Sangamon Valley Chapter and as a member of the National Board of Directors. Professor Viele enjoys sports of all kinds, boating, and a good book.