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1,001 Accounting Practice Problems For Dummies



  • 1,001 accounting practice problems
  • Detailed, step-by-step answers and explanations for every problem
  • Problems on a wide range of accounting topics, including the bookkeeping cycle, understanding and reporting profit, the elements of accounting, choosing accounting methods, and more

1,001 questions with step-by-step solutions

Whether you're looking to improve your classroom experience or jumpstart a career in accounting, this hands-on resource has everything you need to get ahead. Tips are provided to help you approach the problems, and the back of the book includes detailed, step-by-step answer explanations. You'll find all the practice you need to succeed in accounting.

  • It's elementary — brush up on the elements of accounting, the financial effects of transactions, and the bookkeeping cycle
  • Find your balance — test your knowledge of understanding and reporting profit, reporting financial conditions in the balance sheet, and coupling the income statement and balance sheet
  • Show me the money — have a go at reporting cash flows and changes in owners' equity
  • There's a method for that — make sense of the madness with accounting methods, profit behavior analysis, and investment analysis fundamentals

Open the book and find:

  • 1,001 practice problems to help you perfect accounting concepts
  • Correct answers and full explanations for every problem
  • Problems organized by topic for easy navigation and focused study
  • Tips and advice for where you can go for additional help and review

Kenneth Boyd is the owner of St. Louis Test Preparation ( He provides online tutoring in accounting and finance. Kenneth has worked as a CPA, Auditor, Tax Preparer, and College Professor. He is the author of CPA Exam For Dummies. Kate Mooney has been teaching accounting to both undergraduates and MBA students at St. Cloud State University since 1986, after earning her PhD from Texas A & M University. She is a licensed CPA in Minnesota and is a member of the State Board of Accountancy.

Introduction 1

Part I: The Questions 3

Chapter 1: Elements of Accounting 5

Chapter 2: Financial Effects of Transactions 17

Chapter 3: The Bookkeeping Cycle 27

Chapter 4: The Bookkeeping Cycle: Adjusting and Closing Entries 45

Chapter 5: Understanding and Reporting Profit 57

Chapter 6: Reporting Financial Conditions on the Balance Sheet 63

Chapter 7: Coupling the Income Statement and the Balance Sheet 73

Chapter 8: Reporting Cash Flows 83

Chapter 9: Reporting Changes in Owners' Equity 89

Chapter 10: Choosing Accounting Methods 93

Chapter 11: Profit Behavior Analysis 113

Chapter 12: Manufacturing Cost Accounting 131

Chapter 13: Investment Analysis Fundamentals 151

Chapter 14: Financial Statement Analysis 163

Part II: The Answers 179

Chapter 15: Answers and Explanations 181

Index 357