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Kunci Jawaban Edisi 9 Floyd A Beams: The Ultimate Resource for Advanced Accounting Students and Professionals


Kunci Jawaban Advance Accounting Edisi 9 Floyd A Beams




Advanced accounting is a branch of accounting that deals with complex and specialized topics such as business combinations, consolidated financial statements, foreign currency transactions, partnerships, governmental and nonprofit accounting, and more. These topics require a deeper understanding of accounting principles, standards, and practices, as well as analytical and problem-solving skills.




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In this article, we will review one of the most popular and comprehensive books on advanced accounting: Advanced Accounting by Floyd A. Beams, Joseph H. Anthony, Bruce Bettinghaus, and Kenneth Smith. This book is now in its 13th edition, but we will focus on the 9th edition, which was published in 2011. We will summarize the main topics covered in the first three chapters of the book, which deal with business combinations and consolidated financial statements. We will also provide some key concepts, issues, examples, and illustrations from each chapter. Finally, we will conclude with a summary of the main points of the article, as well as some benefits and challenges of advanced accounting.


Introduction




What is advanced accounting?




Advanced accounting is a branch of accounting that deals with complex and specialized topics such as business combinations, consolidated financial statements, foreign currency transactions, partnerships, governmental and nonprofit accounting, and more. These topics require a deeper understanding of accounting principles, standards, and practices, as well as analytical and problem-solving skills.


Advanced accounting is usually taught at the upper-level undergraduate or graduate level in accounting programs. It is also relevant for professional accountants who work in public accounting firms, corporations, or other organizations that deal with these topics. Advanced accounting can help accountants prepare high-quality financial reports that comply with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) or international financial reporting standards (IFRS), as well as provide useful information for decision-making purposes.


Who are the authors of the book?




The authors of Advanced Accounting are Floyd A. Beams, Joseph H. Anthony, Bruce Bettinghaus, and Kenneth Smith. They are all experienced professors of accounting who have taught at various universities in the United States. They have also written or co-written several other books and articles on accounting topics.


Floyd A. Beams is a professor emeritus of accounting at Michigan State University. He has a PhD in accounting from Michigan State University and a CPA license from Michigan. He has taught courses on advanced accounting, auditing, financial accounting, managerial accounting, and taxation. He has also served as a consultant for public accounting firms and corporations.


Joseph H. Anthony is a professor of accounting at Michigan State University. He has a PhD in accounting from The Ohio State University and a CPA license from Ohio. He has taught courses on advanced accounting, financial accounting, international accounting, managerial accounting, taxation, and ethics. He has also served as an editor or associate editor for several academic journals.


Bruce Bettinghaus is an associate professor of accounting at Grand Valley State University. He has a PhD in accounting from Michigan State University and a CPA license from Michigan. He has taught courses on advanced accounting, auditing, financial accounting, governmental and nonprofit accounting, and taxation. He has also served as a reviewer or referee for several academic journals.


Kenneth Smith is a professor of accounting at Old Dominion University. He has a PhD in accounting from Florida State University and a CPA license from Virginia. He has taught courses on advanced accounting, auditing, financial accounting, managerial accounting, and taxation. He has also served as a consultant for public accounting firms and corporations.


What are the main topics covered in the book?




The book Advanced Accounting covers various topics related to advanced accounting, such as:


  • Business combinations



  • Consolidated financial statements



  • Segment and interim reporting



  • Foreign currency transactions and hedging foreign exchange risk



  • Translation of foreign currency financial statements



  • Reporting for international operations



  • Accounting for partnerships



  • Dissolution of partnerships



  • Liquidation of partnerships



  • Partnership formation and operation



  • Accounting for state and local governments



  • Auditing of state and local government financial statements



  • GASB standards for state and local government reporting



  • Fund accounting for state and local governments



  • Budgetary control and encumbrances



  • GASB standards for fiduciary activities



  • GASB standards for capital projects funds



  • GASB standards for debt service funds



  • GASB standards for proprietary funds



  • GASB standards for special purpose governments



  • GASB standards for component units



  • GASB standards for reporting entity issues



  • GASB standards for government-wide financial statements



  • GASB standards for notes to financial statements



  • GASB standards for required supplementary information



  • GASB standards for management's discussion and analysis



  • GASB standards for pension plans



  • GASB standards for postemployment benefits other than pensions



  • GASB standards for leases



  • GASB standards for derivatives



  • GASB standards for impairment of capital assets and insurance recoveries



  • GASB standards for service concession arrangements



  • GASB standards for pollution remediation obligations



  • GASB standards for nonexchange transactions



  • GASB standards for investments by state and local governments



  • Federal government reporting requirements under FASAB standards



  • Federal government budgetary control under FASAB standards



  • Federal government fund structure under FASAB standards



  • Federal government financial statements under FASAB standards



  • Federal government notes to financial statements under FASAB standards



  • Federal government required supplementary information under FASAB standards



  • Federal government management's discussion and analysis under FASAB standards



The following part is continued from above.


  • Federal government stewardship reporting under FASAB standards



  • Federal government social insurance programs under FASAB standards



  • Federal government long-term fiscal projections under FASAB standards



  • Federal government inter-entity transactions under FASAB standards



  • Federal government fiduciary activities under FASAB standards



  • Federal government leases under FASAB standards



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