“I have worked in accounting for over twenty- five years, and this is the best book I have seen to help people with the basics of accounting.I highly recommend this book to anyone who does not have an accounting background. If accounting scares you, then this book willhelp relieve your anxieties.”
“Dr. Label’s explanations are simple and straightforward. The step by step examples are easy to digest and make sense as they build on
“Usually ‘accounting’ is intimidating for ordinary people, but I like this book very much because it explains the concepts in a simple manner. It helps you feel comfortable looking at financial statements and making basic analysis. This will help me a lot as I set up my own business.”
“For an engineer trying to do volunteer bookkeeping and accounting,this book is a good overview. It presents bookkeeping and accounting
in a step- by- step, understandable manner.”
“It’s both an excellent cover- to- cover read as well as a great reference.”
“I bought this book because, as a non- accountant, I wanted to learn about it for work, and I found it very helpful. The author made ideas
very easy to understand. I liked the examples and especially liked the glossaries at the end of each chapter.”
“This book is an excellent refresher. It has certainly enhanced my accounting knowledge and practice after using it. Thank you Dr. Label
very much for your good work!”
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“I run a service and maintenance business in Botswana. When I started the business I didn’t know where to post transactions, read financial
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them to my day-to-day business activities. I thank you for this gem of a gift and look forward to the third edition.”
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“Although I have many books on finance, investments, and banking,there was a lack of fundamental accounting information in my personal
library. I surfed the Internet looking for a basic book and eventually decided to visit a nearby Barnes and Noble. Your book was in the business accounting section and the title hit a chord with me because several times a year I facilitate a three- day business acumen course for engineers on behalf of a global diversified manufacturing company. Your book seemed like a great fit as part of a specific coaching engagement I am on to help an executive with basic accounting concepts and skills.”
“I had the pleasant experience of having read and applied in my classes the book Accounting for Non-Accountants. Firstly, I found myself in front of a book not only easy to read, but easy to understand. Secondly, I introduced the book to my Accounting and Finance students…big success. I saved a lot of time introducing them to the basics of Accounting.”
Although my accounting experience is very short, I found the book was a very good tool for the United States and other countries
since the book mentions both accounting knowledge of the United States and other countries. It is also quite reasonably
priced. Since it has its own website I can ask you questions as well.Usually, if I get lessons at a U.S. university, it costs a tremendous
amount of tuition fee.Thank you for making this information available and easy to to understand for a non- accountant.
In Thailand, like in other countries of the world, often accounting is either misunderstood or misapplied. I am so glad that I
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All professionals should have a fundamental knowledge of the principles of accounting. Such information can be obtained by taking an
accounting 101 course or by reading Drs. Label’s and Havins’ 2nd edition of “The Doctor’s Guide to Owning a Financially Health Practice.”
Having done both, Drs. Label’s and Havins’ is much more concise.This book provides all details that non-accounts need to know about
Balance Sheets, Income Statement, and Cash Flow Analysis.
This book on Accounting for Medical Practitioners is very helpful for
managing and understanding financial aspects of my practice.
This book contains the accounting essentials and other business information necessary to operate an efficient medical practice. I highly recommend this book for solo and small group medical practices.