The Financial Numbers Game: Detecting Creative Accounting Practices
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- Media: Hardcover
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons (18 January, 2002)
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Based on 15 reviews.
Amazon.com Sales Rank: 13,036
Perfect timing...great information
With the Enron accounting troubles one of the top stories in the media today, this book couldn't have come at a better time. The book explains everything you need to know about financial statement anlalysis. No matter who you are, or where you work, or what your position, this book explains it all. Executives, employees, and investors should all know the "numbers game." What you don't know can hurt you--just look at how many lives have been hurt by what is taking place at Enron.
Definitely the best resource out in the market to help you learn everything you need to know about financial statement analysis and creative accounting pratices. With all the accounting upheaval Enron has caused, this book has perfect timing for anyone who is involved in the 'numbers game' of the accounting world.
Could not have come at a better time . . . .
This book could not have come at a better time, given the Enron debacle shocking investors, accountants, and politicians all over the world. Mulford and Comiskey explain what signs to look for in detecting earnings manipulation. They have gathered advice from expert analysts, CFOs, and CPAs, and provide real-world examples of aggressive and fraudulent financial reports. I have long viewed Mulford and Comiskey
as experts in the field, and they did not let me down in their analysis of creative accounting procedures in The Financial Numbers Game. A great book!
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