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The Science of Accounts: A Presentation of the Underlying Principles of Modern Accounting (Classic Reprint)
by:Harry C. Bentley
The present treatise is, in the main, confined to the science of accounts, i. e.j its principles and definitions, as distinguished from the practice or art of accounting. The importance of these principles cannot be overestimated. I ndeed, their thorough mastery is essential to the practitioner. Without them, correct practice is impossible save in a...
The present treatise is, in the main, confined to the science of accounts, i. e.j its principles and definitions, as distinguished from the practice or art of accounting. The importance of these principles cannot be overestimated. I ndeed, their thorough mastery is essential to the practitioner. Without them, correct practice is impossible save in a limited and parrot-like way. With them, a correct and effective practice is possible under every divergent requirement of the art. The author believes the present volume is the only generally available publication in which the principles of modem accounts, as established by the best practice, may be found. The author has designed his book for the use of accountants and others who desire to harmonize their own practice with modem principles, or who may wish the volume for general reference. The work is necessarily elementary in some respects, but it will be found to contain all those principles which are requisite to a clear understanding of the science of accounts. Though not primarily designed as a text book, it may be employed to advantage with any of the practice systems now in use. It will not be questioned by any one familiar with the conditions that there is a pressing need for better and more modem works in the accounting field. From his own experience of some ten years past as a professional accountant inN ew York City, the author feels justified in stating that the majority of accounting systems in actual use to-day with the exception of those which have been revised by professional accountants are susceptible of material improvement.(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)About the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, History, Folklore and Mythology.Forgotten Books' Classic Reprint Series utilizes the lates
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