Information in the Accounting 25th edition book includes analyzing transactions, the adjusting process, accounting systems and inventories. The Accounting 25th edition also contains material on receivables, current liabilities, payroll, corporations, liabilities and investments. Other topics included in the book are fixed and intangible assets, managerial accounting, process cost systems, differential analysis, and budgeting. All of these larger topics are broken down into smaller pieces of information.
The Accounting 25th edition book provides real-world examples of accounting problems for the variety of topics covered. The book is designed for use by students enrolled in accounting classes, with help for homework problems and introductory activities to get students ready to learn each topic.
At the beginning of each chapter, the authors of the textbook provide a list of what students should know at the conclusion of the chapter, along with the location of each piece of information. There are also example exercises provided throughout the chapters for students to practice using the information learned. Additional exercises are found at the end of each chapter.
The Accounting 25th edition book was written by Dr. Carl S. Warren, a professor emeritus of accounting at the University of Georgia; Dr. James M. Reeve, a professor emeritus of accounting and information management at the University of Tennessee; and Dr. Jonathan Duchac, a professor of accounting and associate dean of accounting programs at Wake Forest University.