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An introduction to Canadian business
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An Introduction to Canadian Business by Maurice Archer 2nd Edition Hardcover, pages Publisher: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Chapter Titles: Business and The Economy Business Ownership Management Theory Marketing Management Advertising, Personal Selling and Other Sales Promotion Production Management Financial Management Management of Human Resources Business and . Introduction to bookkeeping and accounting Introduction. In this free course, Introduction to bookkeeping and accounting, we introduce you to the essential skills and concepts of bookkeeping and start with you will gain some practical skills in numeracy including learning about rearranging simple equations as well as some important calculator skills.
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Figure 1 shows how an accounting system operates in business and how the flow of information occurs. People make decision Business transactions occur Accountants prepare reports to show the results of business operations.