Your Guide to Accounting and Financial Management

CCH’S CORPORATE CONTROLLER’S HANDBOOK OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENTPROVIDES CONCISE ANSWERS TO DAY-TO-DAY ISSUES

On any given day, corporate tax professionals might need to assess their corporation’s financial health — while avoiding unpleasant surprises, cutting costs and making financial decisions with confidence. CCH’s Corporate Controller’s Handbook of Financial Management (2012-2013) offers a comprehensive resource for accomplishing those tasks and more.

This volume is packed with 60 chapters of practical solutions, strategies, techniques, procedures and formulas covering all key aspects of accounting and financial management. Geared toward providing quick answers to day-to-day issues, the examples, checklists, step-by-step instructions and other practical working tools simplify complex financial management issues and improve planning and forecasting ability.

The handbook highlights important developments in government rules, accounting procedures, taxation and information technology, with accompanying references to relevant topics of the FASB Accounting Standards Codification and Accounting Standards Updates. Users also benefit from 16 downloadable Excel forms, in key categories such as capital budgeting, internal control, business checklists and variance analysis. It is now available as an eBook as well as a perfect-bound softcover.

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