- Accounting and Financial Management
- Financial Management and Accounts
- Financial Management for Textile and Apparel Industries
1. Accounting and Financial Management
|1."Financial Management" by C Paramasivan and T Subramanian|
|2."Financial Accounting: A Managerial Perspective" by Narayanaswamy|
“Financial Accounting: A Managerial Perspective” Book Review: This book provides a comprehensive guide for financial statement analysis and interpretation, with a new chapter dedicated to the banking industry. The book explores the impact of legal and regulatory requirements on financial performance, and delves into earnings quality analysis and management. Each chapter starts with vignettes and case studies are included, covering companies such as Tata Consultancy Services, Biocon, and UBS, as well as Reebok India, Nobles Crus, Essar Oil, HDFC, Kingfisher Airlines, Reliance Communications, and ICICI Bank. The updated edition covers new topics like revenue recognition, pro forma financial measures, whistle-blowing, fraudster profile, cloud computing, statements of changes in equity, management communications, and the effect of the Companies Act 2013. The book is aimed at students and professionals in the finance industry.
|3."Financial Accounting for Management" by N Ramachandran|
“Financial Accounting for Management” Book Review: This book helps to prepare, analyse, and interpret information.This is for financial statements. A new chapter on banks is included. It covers financial statements and the effect of legal and regulatory requirements on financial performance. Earnings quality analysis and earnings management are studied. Chapter vignettes are given at the start. This book has new case studies. They are on Tata Consultancy Services, Biocon and UBS Studies on Reebok India, Nobles Crus, and Essar Oil are also included. HDFC, Kingfisher Airlines, Reliance Communications, and ICICI Bank are also included. This book is helpful for students. New topics added are revenue recognition and pro forma financial measures. Whistle-blowing, fraudster profile, and cloud computing is also included. It has statements of changes in equity and management communications. The effect of the Companies Act 2013 has been studied.
|4."Financial Accounting for Management" by Ambrish Gupta|
“Financial Accounting for Management” Book Review: This book is designed for students of financial accounting, covering crucial topics such as the preparation, analysis, and interpretation of financial statements. It includes a new chapter on banks and delves into the effects of legal and regulatory requirements on financial performance. The book also covers important concepts such as earnings quality analysis, revenue recognition, and pro forma financial measures, along with real-world case studies featuring companies such as Tata Consultancy Services, Biocon, and UBS. Moreover, the book covers cutting-edge topics such as whistle-blowing, fraudster profiles, and cloud computing.
|5."Schaum's Outline of Financial Management, Third Edition (Schaum's Outlines)" by Jae Shim and Joel Siegel|
“Schaum’s Outline of Financial Management, Third Edition (Schaum’s Outlines)” Book Review: This book covers fundamental topics of finance, including financial forecasting, planning, and budgeting. Additionally, the management of working capital and short-term financing is explored. The concepts of time value of money, risk and return, as well as valuation and capital budgeting, are also examined.
|6."Financial Accounting" by Goyal V K|
“Financial Accounting” Book Review: The book examines essential principles from the field of accounting. It begins with a discussion of the goals of accounting and accounting information. The text goes on to describe subsidiary books used in business, such as the cash book and bills payable book. It provides an overview of preparing for trial balance and final accounts, as well as explaining accounts of non-trading organizations and incomplete records. Additionally, the book covers topics such as consignment accounts and joint venture accounts.
|7."Financial Accounting For Dummies" by Maire Loughran|
“Financial Accounting For Dummies” Book Review: The fundamental concepts of accounting are analyzed in this book, starting with a discussion of the objectives of accounting and accounting information. The book also covers subsidiary books of business, including cash book and bills payable book, as well as the preparation of trial balance and final accounts. Accounts of non-trading organizations and incomplete records are described, along with consignment accounts and joint venture accounts.
|8."Financial Accounting" by T S Reddy and A Murthy|
|9."Financial Accounting" by T S Reddy and A Murthy|
|10."Financial Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis" by Ashok Banerjee|
“Financial Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis” Book Review: This book is designed to assist with the preparation, analysis, and interpretation of financial statements. It covers a range of topics, including the impact of legal and regulatory requirements on financial performance, earnings quality analysis and management, and revenue recognition. A new chapter on banks has been added, along with case studies on a variety of companies such as Tata Consultancy Services, Biocon, and UBS. The book also includes discussions on whistle-blowing, fraudster profiling, and cloud computing. Additionally, it covers statements of changes in equity, management communications, and the effect of Companies Act 2013. This book is particularly useful for students studying financial accounting.
|11."Working Papers for Selected Problems in Advanced Accounting: Concepts and Practice" by Arnold J Pahler and Joseph E Mori|
2. Financial Management and Accounts
|1."Uniform System of Accounts for the Lodging Industry (Ahlei - Hospitality Accounting / Financial Management)" by American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute|
“Uniform System of Accounts for the Lodging Industry” Book Review: This book provides standardized formats and account classifications to guide individuals in the preparation and presentation of financial statements for lodging operations. It is a joint effort of the Hotel Association of New York City and the Financial Management Committee of the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA), with funding from Hospitality Financial & Technology Professionals (HFTP). The book is available in both print and digital versions and includes downloadable Excel templates of all financial statements and supporting schedules, as well as a searchable Revenue and Expense Guide. The book is regularly updated, and readers can ask questions related to the content.
|2."Cost and Financial Management for Hotels" by Prasanna Kumar J P|
“Cost and Financial Management for Hotels” Book Review: The book has been written to meet the needs of students pursuing hospitality management as a career. The authors have made a concerted effort to provide relevant materials that align with the prescribed syllabus. This book is a one-stop reference for cost and financial management, covering topics such as hotel cost sheets, food and ingredient costing, menu costing and pricing, banquet costing, and hotel operating ratios. The authors have made the book user-friendly and included objective type questions, review questions, and exercises to develop financial management skills. This resource will be valuable for students and practitioners in the hospitality industry who wish to improve their cost and financial management practices.
|3."Financial Accounting" by S N Maheshwari and S K Maheshwari|
“Financial Accounting” Book Review: The book provides a comprehensive guide to the concepts, procedures, and techniques of financial accounting. The book is divided into four sections. Section I covers the fundamental principles of accounting and the entire accounting cycle. Section II deals with specific accounting problems related to certain types of business transactions. Section III focuses on partnership accounts, and Section IV provides suggested answers to recent examination questions. The book is suitable for students preparing for B.Com-Hons, M.Com, MBA, and professional examinations. This fifth edition retains the positive features of the previous edition and includes additional features such as a simplified style, extensive text, and self-study questions and problems.
|4."Principles of Group Accounting under IFRS (Wiley Regulatory Reporting)" by Andreas Krimpmann|
“Principles of Group Accounting under IFRS (Wiley Regulatory Reporting)” Book Review: This book serves as both a practical guide and a reference to the standards associated with consolidated financial statements, joint arrangements, and disclosure of interests. It contains a step-by-step case study that is fully illustrated, making it useful as both an introductory text and a resource for addressing specific issues that may arise during the consolidation of group accounts. The book includes several bonus resources, such as an Excel-based consolidation tool, checklists, and a companion website that contains the latest information. The book begins with an overview of group accounting and then provides a practical demonstration of the process of group accounting using a case study of a midsize group. The case study covers all the key stages, from initial accounting to changes in the company’s status and disposal. Throughout the book, selected examples are presented to demonstrate accounting treatments and show how issues can be resolved. Principles of Group Accounting under IFRS is a comprehensive guide to preparing consolidated financial statements and a useful reference for resolving specific issues that may arise when consolidating group accounts under IFRS.
|5."Key Account Management in Financial Services" by Peter Cheverton|
“Key Account Management in Financial Services” Book Review: The book offers practical guidance to marketing professionals in the financial services industry on effectively marketing and selling their products to large clients. Through the use of case studies and examples from global financial services companies, the book provides insight into key account management in financial services, preparing for and identifying key accounts, and entry strategies, meeting customer needs, and keeping on track. The book is based on original research and interviews and can be used as a practical guide for implementation. Its aim is to assist financial services companies in meeting the expectations of their larger customers while remaining profitable.
|6."Indian Financial System" by M Y Khan|
“Indian Financial System” Book Review: This book provides an overview of the Indian Financial System with a focus on the latest organizational, structural, institutional, regulatory, and policy developments in the financial sector. It is a revised edition that includes major updates since the publication of the earlier edition until end-March 2015. The book is targeted at finance, management, and commerce students and teachers, as well as finance and investment managers of corporates and financial institutions, and the stock exchange community. It offers significant updates on notable policy and operational developments until end-March 2015, and features new chapters on Regulatory Framework—Primary Market and Regulatory Framework—Secondary Market.
|7."Financial Management for Accounts Personnel" by R K Sharma|
|8."Financial Statement Fraud Casebook: Baking the Ledgers and Cooking the Books" by Joseph T Wells|
“Financial Statement Fraud Casebook” Book Review: This book provides a comprehensive examination of financial statement fraud from the perspective of those who have investigated them. This collection of revealing case studies sheds light on the dark corners of financial statement fraud and provides clear insights into the methods used to commit such fraud. Edited by Dr. Joseph T. Wells, founder and chairman of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), this book challenges the misconception that accounting fraud only occurs at large companies like Enron, Tyco, and WorldCom. It exposes the occurrence of financial statement fraud within organizations of all sizes, including public organizations, private companies, nonprofits, and charities. Written by experts who have been involved in financial statement fraud investigations, the cases presented in this book provide unique insights based on practical experience.
|9."Wealth Engine: Indian Financial Planning and Wealth Management Handbook" by Sankaran S|
“Wealth Engine” Book Review: This guidebook provides a clear roadmap for converting your savings into wealth through profitable investing. The book emphasizes the importance of having a sound financial plan, a thorough understanding of different investment products, and timely action. The guidebook covers all major investment classes, including equity, debt, gold, real estate, and art, and analyzes the risks and returns associated with each. It also provides a detailed overview of the different investment products within each class and their historical returns. This book offers an innovative solution to weave together all elements of financial planning and investing into an actionable program that includes cash flow planning, asset allocation, loan management, estate planning, succession management, and tax planning. With an Indian perspective, WealthEngine provides a 360-degree perspective on financial planning and wealth management, enabling readers to make informed decisions and build their own personal wealth engine. Authored by the bestselling author of Indian Mutual Funds Handbook, this guidebook is set to become a classic investment resource.
|10."Essentials of Financial Management" by I M Pandey|
“Essentials of Financial Management” Book Review: This book discusses the financial analysis and funds management, with a focus on comprehending financial decision-making and management. It covers concepts, assumptions, theories, and mechanics related to crucial financial decisions, such as investment, financing, dividend, and liquidity management. The primary objective of this book is to guide readers in developing a thorough understanding of financial management concepts and techniques in a structured manner. To achieve this, the authors present recent developments in a clear, simple, unambiguous, and precise manner. The book covers key topics like capital budgeting, capital structure, dividend policy, and working capital management, while emphasizing an analytical approach to solving financial problems. The authors provide a step-by-step explanation of the financial decision-making process, making concepts easy to understand before introducing complex techniques.
3. Financial Management for Textile and Apparel Industries
|1."Corporate Governance and Financial Performance of Textile Industry" by Mubashra Mumtaz|
“Corporate Governance and Financial Performance of Textile Industry” Book Review: This book aims to explore the relationship between Corporate Governance and Financial Performance of Textile Companies in Lahore, Pakistan. The research seeks to identify the extent to which Corporate Governance practices are being implemented in the selected companies. Financial Performance is considered an independent variable, specifically ROE, EPS, and P/E ratios, while Corporate Governance is the dependent variable. Corporate Governance is a system that governs and directs companies, and the study focuses on dimensions such as Ownership Structure, Accountability, Risk Management, Director’s Remuneration, Internal Audit, Dividend Policy, and Sustainability. The sample companies have implemented the code of Corporate Governance to some extent, but the practices are not fully understood by the employees.
|2."Retail Accountability: Advanced Retail Profitability Analysis" by Steven Lindner|
“Retail Accountability: Advanced Retail Profitability Analysis” Book Review: This book offers a comprehensive guide to understanding profitability in the retail industry. Lindner provides readers with the skills and knowledge necessary to negotiate agreements, analyze profitability reports, and interpret financial documents such as profit-and-loss statements and balance sheets. The book emphasizes the importance of the buyer-vendor relationship and covers essential topics such as negotiations and creating and assessing profitability reports. For anyone looking to succeed in the competitive retail industry, this book is a must-read.
|3."Wage Worth of School Training: An Analytical Study of Six Hundred Women-Workers in Textile Factories" by Anna Charlotte Hedges|
“Wage Worth of School Training” Book Review: This book has been recognized by scholars as culturally significant and an important part of our civilization’s knowledge base. It has been reproduced from the original artifact with as much fidelity as possible, including retaining original copyright references, library stamps, and other notations. It is in the public domain in the United States and possibly other countries, which means it can be freely distributed and copied. While this historical artifact may contain missing or imperfect pages and illustrations, it has been preserved for its importance to society. The reader’s support of this preservation process is appreciated to keep this valuable knowledge relevant.
|4."Report on Strike of Textile Workers in Lawrence, Mass;, in 1912 (Classic Reprint)" by United States Bureau of Labor|
“Report on Strike of Textile Workers in Lawrence, Mass;in 1912 Book Review: This book is a comprehensive account of the textile worker strike in Lawrence, Massachusetts, in 1912. The book covers various topics, including the working and living conditions of textile workers, the causes of the strike, the events leading up to it, and its aftermath. It also discusses the role of the government and the media in the strike, as well as the impact of the strike on labor laws and workers’ rights. The book is divided into chapters that provide a detailed analysis of each aspect of the strike, making it an informative read for anyone interested in labor history.
|5."India Textile Industry Business Opportunities Handbook" by Usa Ibp Usa|
|6."Cost Management in Plastics Processing: Strategies, Targets, Techniques and Tools" by Robin John Kent|
“Cost Management in Plastics Processing: Strategies, Targets, Techniques, and Tools” Book Review: This is a is a practical workbook that provides a structured approach to reducing costs in plastics processing. The book covers major plastic shaping processes, factory services, and non-manufacturing areas. It offers a holistic perspective on cost management, shining a light on areas that may not have previously been considered or accounted for. The book includes practical examples of cost management in plastics processing, as well as flow charts and diagrams. It aims to help plastics processors institute an effective cost management system, going beyond simply cutting costs, and move towards improved margins and greater profitability.