Accounts Payable: A Guide to Running An Efficient Department - 2nd edition September 2004
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Accounts Payable: A Guide to Running An Efficient Department - first edition - Now a collectors' special!
At $140, this is not an inexpensive book. Few if any of the online sites offer it at a discount. To order from Wiley, click here.
What Readers Said About This Book on Amazon.com
Top quality handbook, February 17, 2001
Reviewer: Controller at wholesaler from Moonachie, New Jersey
Gives a solid summary of most important parts of running AP operations. The case studies make the book very clear. For new controllers this would be a really good addition to your bookshelf
Excellent coverage of the main issues in A/P, September 13, 2000
Reviewer: A Finance Officer
This is probably the best (and only?) book available that gives a detailed overview of A/P procedures. It is especially helpful for those who need to design new policies to address difficult problems. For example, the book gives a very good explanation of procurement cards (p-cards), how to reduce T&E costs, and how to choose and hire new A/P personnel. In other words, it covers just about all of the bases. The only area the book doesn't cover is specific software packages, but I think that is beyond the scope of the book's title, and there are many other resources that have information accounting software. Potential buyers should note that there are annual supplements that update this book, and it may be worthwhile taking a look at them as well. Technology causes so many changes, that some business ideas are out of date within a few months, so you might want to make sure you have the most current information.
A Valuable Resource, May 11, 2000
Reviewer: National Public Accountant from USA
This book puts forth a valuable resource for responsibilities that fall under the accounts payable umbrella. The book, through good outlined topics and case studies, shows how a company can save money, maintain internal control, upgrade its systems, as well as retail professionalism of the department. The book includes an excellent division of topics within, which are pertinent to those who are involved with the day to day running of the accounting manager and accountants.