Book on personal accounting for not-dummies?
Mark H. Wood
mhwood at ameritech.net
Mon May 17 21:11:47 EDT 2004
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There was some discussion back in March about accounting for stock
received when a company spins off a division. I never did really see a
resolution. I'm thinking that there must be an accepted method of
accounting for such events, which we only need translate into GnuCash
Would anyone care to suggest a book on *personal* financial accounting, or
somewhere I might look for one? I took one accounting course in college
(twice :-) so I have some notion of the basics and the terminology, but
the course was from the perspective of someone aspiring to work for a
giant multinational or one of the Big Accounting Firms and the textbook
spends its time on stock your employer issues, not stock you buy.
Mark H. Wood, radical centrist OpenPGP ID 876A8B75 mhwood at ameritech.net
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