Encyclopaedia of accounting is written by specialists, partly for other specialists but more particularly for the man-in-the street, and for students are interested workers of all kind and ages: indeed, for all who wish to understand what accounting is all about. Terms are easy to find and the definitions are exact and to the point and where needed are explained in detail. The description of softwares is particularly helpful. Whether a complete beginner, a college student, or a seasoned professional, this book will fill the gaps is background knowledge and make accounting easy to understand for everyone. Considerable number of terms has been included from the subject-areas bordering on accounting, such s commerce management, etc.