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If you aren’t sure which book to choose first, one of the four subtopic books within FAR or one of the the subtopic book within BEC work well to begin your studies in your weakest areas, while you build your knowledge.


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THE E-BOOKS FOR AUD, BEC, FAR, AND REG

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  • CPA Exam Review – BEC (click on title to download PDF file)
    (click here to pay for this book with your credit card – $43)
  • CPA Exam Review – Auditing (click on title to download PDF file) (click here to pay for this book with your credit card – $43)
  • CPA Exam Review – Financial Accounting and Reporting (click on title to download PDF file)
    (click here to pay for this book with your credit card – $43)
  • CPA Exam Review – Regulation (click on title to download PDF file)
    (click here to pay for this book with your credit card – $43)

SUBTOPICS IN FAR – FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING (DIFFERENT QUESTIONS THAN THE FAR BOOK ABOVE):
  • CPA Exam Review – Present Value Applications (click on title to download PDF file)
    (click here to pay for this book with your credit card – $35)
    By Albert K. Francisco, Ph.D., CPA
    Review of present value concepts tested on the examination, including present value and future amount, annuities, presentation of notes payable and notes receivable, discounting of notes, bonds, extinguishment of debt, troubled debt restructuring, present value concepts in leases and in managerial accounting. For both FAR and BEC exam sections.
  • CPA Exam Review – FAR Balance Sheet Topics (click on title to download PDF file)
    (click here to pay for this book with your credit card – $35)
    By Albert K. Francisco Ph.D., CPA
    Current assets (cash, inventory, receivables, notes), noncurrent assets (investments, equipment, buildings, land, intangibles), nonmonetary exchanges, contingent liabilities, stockholders’ equity, partnerships, balance sheet ratios, personal financial statements.
  • CPA Exam Review – FAR Income Statement Topics (click on title to download PDF file)
    (click here to pay for this book with your credit card – $35)
    By Albert K. Francisco Ph.D., CPA
    Income, comprehensive income, discontinued operations, extraordinary items, troubled debt restructurings, continuing income, earnings per share, accounting changes (error corrections, entity changes, estimate changes, principle changes), revenue recognition methods, percentage of completion, completed contract method, installment method, accrual basis and adjustments, cash flow statement, nonmonetary exchanges, interim statements.
  • CPA Exam Review – FAR Advanced Financial Accounting Topics (click on title to download PDF file)
    (click here to pay for this book with your credit card – $35)
    By Albert K. Francisco Ph.D., CPA
    Leases (operating, nonoperating), postemployment benefits, postretirement benefits, pensions, foreign currency financial statement conversion, foreign currency transactions, trading securities, available-for-sale investments, held-to-maturity investments, equity method investments, (business combinations), intraperiod income tax allocation, interperiod tax allocation, comprehensive problem.
  • CPA Exam Review – Governmental and Not-For-Profit Accounting (click on title to download PDF file)
    (click here to pay for this book with your credit card – $35)
    By Albert K. Francisco Ph.D., CPA
    How government accounting differs, objectives, entity, proprietary funds, fiduciary funds, governmental funds, journal entries, groups of accounts, fund financial statements, government-wide financial statements, non-governmental not-for-profit entities, health care providers, voluntary health and welfare organizations, colleges and universities.
SUBTOPICS IN BEC (Business Environment) (DIFFERENT QUESTIONS THAN THE BOOKS ABOVE):
  • CPA Exam Review – Present Value Applications (click on title to download PDF file)
    (click here to pay for this book with your credit card – $35)
    By Albert K. Francisco, Ph.D., CPA
    Review of present value concepts tested on the examination, including present value and future amount, annuities, presentation of notes payable and notes receivable, discounting of notes, bonds, extinguishment of debt, troubled debt restructuring, present value concepts in leases and in managerial accounting. For both FAR and BEC exam sections.
  • CPA Exam Review – BEC Cost & Managerial Accounting (click on title to download PDF file)
    (click here to pay for this book with your credit card – $35)
    By Albert K. Francisco Ph.D., CPA and Kenneth A. Smith Ph.D., CPA
    Cost allocation, spoilage, process costing, joint costs, byproducts, standard costs, budgeting, responsibility accounting, variance analysis, cost-volume-profit analysis, capital budgeting, cost relationships, inventory costing, comprehensive problems.

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