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Working Papers, Chapters 1-17 for Warren/Reeve/Duchac’s Accounting, 23rd and Financial Accounting, 11th

January 18th, 2011

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The traditional working papers include problem-specific forms for preparing solutions for Exercises, A & B Problems, the Continuing Problem, and the Comprehensive Problems from the textbook. These forms, with preprinted headings, provide a structure for the problems, which helps students get started and saves them time. Additional blank forms are included.


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Accounting Books The traditional working papers include problem-specific forms for preparing solutions for Exercises, A & B Problems, the Continuing Problem, and the Comprehensive Problems from the textbook. These forms, with preprinted headings, provide a structure for the problems, which helps students get started and saves them time. Additional blank forms are included.
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  1. Matthew Snihur
    January 24th, 2011 at 02:17 | #1

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    This is the biggest waste of money,I haven’t used half of these pages in school and I doubt anyone would. They are almost impossible to tear when handing these into the teacher and I honestly believe this company cares more about making money off of students than actually teaching someone.

    How many forests were destroyed in order to make the print run of these “Working Papers”?

  2. J. Ann Tucker
    January 26th, 2011 at 03:25 | #2

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    Excellent Workbook! Now if I could only get one with the answers and another workbook with Chapters 18-the end and one with the answers. Now that would be very wonderful.

    Ann Tucker

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