What if you could have the whole financial discipline in your pocket? What if you could have a book that in few hours would give you a good grasp of accounting, finance and business in general?
It turns out that now you can through “The Portable Financial Guide“, which covers the whole financial discipline, in 200 pages or so.
The books is organized in five main topic areas:
Each of these topics has been tackled in detail but also with a simple language.
Gennaro Cuofano, International MBA, with a concentration in Corporate Finance, worked as a financial analyst in San Diego, CA. There he developed a framework to put all these disciplines together.
In this manual, the author put together theoretical and practical financial tools.
By the end of the handbook, you can expect to have the toolbox to jump-start your understanding of accounting, finance, and business.
Is this book for you?
If you are interested in expanding and jump-starting their understanding of accounting, finance and business in general. The language is straightforward and clear.
Why is financial accounting important?
At the beginning of the 20th century in the U.S., the mob phenomenon exploded. One of the most influential exponents was Al Capone. He ranked among the most despicable gangsters of all time. He killed dozens of people. The climax came in 1929 when he ordered the assassinations of seven rivals. It became the greatest massacre in mob history.
How did the story of Al Capone story end?
Although he committed thousands of crimes, he was only convicted with one. In 1931, he was finally sentenced for Tax Evasion. A pool of Forensic Accountants directed the investigation. He served in prison for almost seven years. After that Al Capone was debilitated and mentally ill, he had to renounce to his mob career.
Accountants were the ones that brought down Al Capone. While you may never bring criminals to justice through your accounting, you can realize the power that accounting does have.