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Would you believe our prescribed book was Khan & Jain? Though it was very comprehensive but the language was excruciatingly difficult for guys like me who've never had a financial exposure. If you don't have it then do get it as it provides some excellent MCQs and practice questions that are not-so-bad.
But the book I buried myself in was the 10th edition by Brigham & Houston. Download link provided. It has amazingly easy to grasp theory and with great examples and cases. Not to forget the practice questions which can really polish your skills.
I had also Googled for practice questions and that's one way you could also go about. I haven't been able to find them on all topics but here's what I'm sharing:
- Bond Valuation
- Cash Flows
- Cost Volume Profit
- Investment Appraisals
- Inventory & Receivable Management
- Time Value of Money
If I come across more on my HDD or elsewhere then I'll put them up here for grabs.
I hope it helps you all.
Lol...this time I need some help. Fundamentals of Financial Management 12e by J. C. Van Horne is required in PDF format. If anyone has it then please upload in this thread. Also required is its test-bank solution. Thanks.
Brigham and Houston's 12th edition. Pretty good but not as good as the mega 13th edition.
IMHO, its far easy to comprehend in comparison with Van Horne or any other author I've seen.
Download all the parts thenusing WinRAR, extract 'part 1' only to get the entire PDF.
Fundamentals of Financial Management 13e by J. C. Van Horne published in 2009 presented. Came across it while looking for the 12th. Haven't browsed through it as yet.
Also attached is the solution manual of the 12th edition.
Here's your daddy in FM. Brigham's 13th edition published last year. Some say that the financial formula differ so its better to stick to one book but if your concept is clear e.g. in TVM then doesn't really matter whether you say 'hi' or 'hello', the meanings the same and you'll be able to differentiate between different denotations in financial formulas. If you're following Brigham then be sure to download all the books here. It'll provide great practice and some fine case studies.
Can anybody please help me find these books:
Financial accounting - Deardon, Bhattacharya
Financial accounting for managers - T P Ghosh
Financial accounting - reporting and analysis - Stice and Diamond
Financial accounting - R Narayanaswamy
Full text of Indian accounting standard - Taxman publication
Management accounting for profit control - Keller and Ferrara
Cost accounting for managerial emphasis - Horngreen
Financial, cost and management accounting - Dr. P Periaswamy
Financial management - Brigham
Financial management -Khan, Jain
Financial management - Prassana Chandra
Financial management - Maheshwari
Financial management - S C Pandey
Fundamentals of Financial management - Van Horne, Wachowiz
Fundamentals of Financial management - Sharan
Last edited by wasim_mba; 03-08-2012 at 01:15 PM.