Understanding Principles of Accounting
A High School Student’s Companion.
About the Book
Discover the Easy Way to Understand Principles of Accounting Accounting is occupying center stage in commerce at the moment mainly due to heightened focus on the need to keep accounting records. This interactive text provides you with knowledge, skills, and applied techniques required for passing principles of accounting exam with flying colors. The text is written by a professionally-qualified specialist who knows from personal experience the importance of top quality materials for exam success. The text is both user-friendly and prepared in accordance with current accounting syllabus. Key Features: • Clear presentation and explanation in straightforward English language • Key points covered in the chapter summarized • Variety of worked examples • Thought provoking progress tests after each chapter intended to help students assess their own progress • Suggested solutions to all progress clinics • Author’s Note to highlight an important knowledge area.
About the Author
Dr. Cryford Mumba read Economics at The University of Zambia and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. He complemented his Economics degree with the Advanced Diploma in Project Management (Institute of Commercial Management, UK), Diploma in Banking and Financial Services( Zambia Institute of Banking and Financial Services, Zambia), Diploma in Marketing(ICM, UK). He then expanded his knowledge of business through the accountancy program (ACCA, UK) for which he is a finalist. He holds an MBA (MANCOSA, South Africa) with a thesis “Limited Access to Credit among Women Market Traders.” Finally, he holds a PhD in Economics (Cambell State University, USA) with a thesis “Understanding Money Intelligence.” Dr. Mumba is the Proprietor and Chief Executive Officer of Premier college of Banking and Finance, a firm specializing in financial training and consulting. His specialist teaching areas include Financial Mathematics, Statistical Analysis, Corporate Finance, Financial Reporting and Economics. He has written extensively on banking and financial services course. He is the author of Understanding Money Intelligence, Understanding Statistical Analysis, Understanding Accounting and Finance, Understanding Financial Mathematics, Understanding Commerce, and a host of other Banking and Financial Services training manuals. He is also the Editor of The Student Banker Magazine and a columnist on financial matters for Business analysis Newspaper.