Using concise, plain-language explanations, this desktop reference helps attorneys decipher financial statements, plan business transactions, structure agreements, a stay on top of the latest accounting, auditing, a reporting rules. Also included are full chapters on accountants' legal liability, accountants' support services to the legal community, reporting for nonprofit organizations, partnerships, joint ventures, a estates a trusts. Numerous practical examples are provided, including sample letters, forms and financial statements. 1 Volumeobjective to focus on our core automotive business. ... In 2004, management committed to sell certain consolidated dealerships in the Ford Asia-Pacific and Africa/Mazda segment as the sale of the dealerships would allow us to concentrate on the production and marketing of our products in the Asia-Pacific region rather than the day-to-day retailing operations. ... At December 31, 2006 and 2005, there were no assets or liabilities on our balance sheet related to held- for-sale operations.
|Title||:||Attorney's Handbook of Accounting, Auditing, and Financial Reporting|
|Author||:||Donald Edward Martin|