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Financial reports today have become hopelessly complex, and impossible for investors and other capital markets professionals to understand. This hurts everyone involved.
"Quality Financial Reporting "outlines the rules for QFR, a financial reporting revolutionin which essential figures are reported clearly, truthfully, and in a language that everyone can understand.
"Quality Financial Reporting "is groundbreaking in its theory, comprehensive in its presentation, and destined to become required reading for accountants and investors alike. A long-overdue recipe for change, it provides readers with: Strategies and techniques for adopting a QFR standard Relevant empirical research that supports QFR End-of-chapter evaluation checklists and questions
"Accounting is the language of business. In recent years, too often language has been distorted to the point of becoming unintelligible. This book is a step toward restoring its usefulness."
Paul B. W. Miller is a professor of accounting at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
Paul R. Bahnson is an associate professor of accounting at Boise State University.