Principles of Accounts for the Caribbean by Frank Wood Associates, Frank Wood, Sheila I. Robinson
  

Synopsis

Principles of Accounts for the Caribbean by Frank Wood Associates, Frank Wood, Sheila I. Robinson

This colourful fifth edition of Principles of Accounts for the Caribbean has been updated to account for developments in the industry as well as in line with the new syllabus. Key features include: * Short, carefully structured chapters that are ideal for student-centred learning. * A new lively design that is accessible and appealing to students. * A full chapter dedicated to giving students guidance on the planning and execution of the School-Based Assessment. * A wide range of exercises. * Worked examples to aid students' understanding of the subject. * A free CD-ROM of multiple-choice questions and activities to give students practice for their exam.

About the Author

Frank Wood is internationally known as an outstanding author of Accounting and Business books. Sheila Robinson taught for many years as a Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Business Studies at Stockport College of Technology, UK and is a well established author of accountancy text books. She is a practising accountant and consultant, and recently retired as a council member and director of a professional accountancy body.

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Format

Mixed media product
Contains Paperback and CD-ROM
576 pages

Author

Frank Wood Associates, Frank Wood, Sheila I. Robinson
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Publication date

15th February 2007

ISBN

9781405842235


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