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This tutorial is general in nature, and is meant to help focus your studies, and provide a review of major concepts introduced in each chapter. It is not meant to be a substitute for your textbook. It is a "work in progress" and will be edited, and added to, on an ongoing basis. I only cover textbook chapters used in my online accounting classes; other chapters have been omitted, although they contain valuable information.

Much of the information in the tutorial is what I give my students in a live classroom environment. They are essentially my lectures, boiled down and put on a web page. And then I add more information just for my online students.

This tutorial is prepared for my students enrolled in Accounting Principles classes I teach for Columbia College, in the Extended Studies and Online Education divisions. It is free for anyone to use for their own personal education, but please see copyright at the bottom of the page. This tutorial is a work in progress. Caveat emptor.

Textbook used in this course: Financial and Managerial Accounting: The Basis for Business Decisions, Edition 13, Williams, Haka, Bettner. Irwin/McGraw-Hill, Publishers. I don't cover every topic in this tutorial. I try to hit major topics, and provide information that I would normally present in a classroom lecture. This tutorial can be used along side any accounting principles textbook. The chapter numbers may not co-incide with other textbooks but the information should be approximately the same. I do not cover FASB pronouncements in this tutorial as that information is generally covered in Intermediate Accounting, in preparation for the CPA exam and a career in accounting.