Textbook Rankings – Most Popular Accounting Textbooks in Canada

Here are this year’s most popular accounting textbooks. Do you use any of these textbooks? Comment below.

Most Popular Accounting Textbooks
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How to Measure Anything: Finding the Value of Intangibles in Business by Douglas W. HubbardInterpretation Of Financial Statements by Benjamin GrahamSurvey of Accounting by Carl S. WarrenIntermediate Accounting, Vol. 1, 9th Canadian Edition by Donald E. Kieso, Jerry J. Weygandt, Terry D. Warfield and Nicola M. Young

1. How to Measure Anything: Finding the Value of Intangibles in BusinessDouglas W. Hubbard - ISBN-13: 9780470539392 – Get this textbook now!

2.  Interpretation Of Financial Statements by Benjamin Graham - ISBN-13: 9780887309137- Get this textbook now!

3. Financial Statement Analysis Workbook: A Practitioner’s Guide by Martin S. Fridson and Fernando Alvarez - ISBN-13: 9780470640036 - Get this textbook now!

4. Warren Buffett and the Interpretation of Financial Statements: The Search for the Company with a Durable Competitive Advantage by Mary Buffett and David Clark - ISBN-13: 978-1416573180 - Get this textbook now!

5. Fraud 101: Techniques and Strategies for Understanding Fraud by Stephen Pedneault - ISBN-13: 978-0470481967 - Get this textbook now!

6. Financial Shenanigans: How to Detect Accounting Gimmicks & Fraud in Financial Reports, Third Edition by Howard Schilit and Jeremy Perler - ISBN-13: 978-0071703079 - Get this textbook now!

7. Intermediate Accounting, Volume 2, with Connect Access Card Fifth Edition by Thomas Beechy, Joan E. Conrod and Elizabeth Farrell - ISBN-13: 978-0071091312 - Get this textbook now!

8. Beyond Candlesticks: New Japanese Charting Techniques Revealed by Steve Nison - ISBN-13: 978-0471007203 - Get this textbook now!

9. Survey of Accounting by Carl S. Warren - ISBN-13: 978-0538749091 - Get this textbook now!

10. Intermediate Accounting, Vol. 1, 9th Canadian Edition by Donald E. Kieso, Jerry J. Weygandt, Terry D. Warfield and Nicola M. Young – ISBN-13: 978-0470161005 - Get this textbook now!

11. Double Entry by Jane Gleeson-White - ISBN-13: 978-0393088960 - Get this textbook now!

12. Against the Gods: The Remarkable Story of Risk by Peter L. Bernstein - ISBN-13: 978-0471121046 - Get this textbook now!

13. Intermediate Accounting, Volume 1, with Connect Access Card Fifth Edition by Thomas Beechy, Joan E. Conrod and Elizabeth Farrell - ISBN-13: 978-0071091251 - Get this textbook now!

14. Managerial Accounting with Connect Access Card by Ray Garrison, G. Richard Chesley, Ray Carroll and Alan Webb - ISBN-13: 978-0071318891 - Get this textbook now!

15. The Seven Keys to Managing Strategic Accounts by Sallie Sherman, Joseph Sperry and Samuel Reese - ISBN-13: 978-0071417525 - Get this textbook now!

16. Intermediate Accounting by Donald E. Kieso, Jerry J. Weygandt, Terry D. Warfield and Nicola M. Young - ISBN-13: 978-0470161012 - Get this textbook now!

17. Investment Strategies of Hedge Funds by Filippo Stefanini - ISBN-13: 978-0470026274 - Get this textbook now!

18. Financial Accounting Theory (6th Edition) by William R. Scott - ISBN-13: 978-0135119150 - Get this textbook now!

19. Risk Management in Organizations: An Integrated Case Study Approach by Margaret Woods - ISBN-13: 978-0415591720 - Get this textbook now!

20. Fundamentals of Oil & Gas Accounting by Charlotte J. Wright and Rebecca A. Gallun - ISBN-13: 978-1593701376 - Get this textbook now!

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5 ways students can save on textbooks – Re-post from the Toronto Star’s Moneyville Blog

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5 ways students can save on textbooks

By Krystal Yee | Mon Oct 15 2012

Some post-secondary students might be shocked to learn that textbooks can cost $1,000 or more each year. In fact, the Ontario government suggests budgeting at least $1,000 for books and school supplies, and the University of British Columbia suggests setting aside between $500 and $2000 for textbooks each academic year. Of course, depending on your program, you could end up paying more.

Here are five ways to help you save the next time you have to buy textbooks:

Check out the buyback and rental options:  Some universities are offer rental book services. At the University of British Columbia, students can rent used books at 55 per cent off. The University of Toronto offers a similar service, offering rental books at a 40 to 70 per cent discount.

Use a student network or exchange program: Many universities and colleges offer a website where students list their used books for sale. There are also often Facebook groups or internet forums set up for students as well. Buying from a student instead of the bookstore can save you a ton of money.

Look online: There are plenty of online services that sell used books and offer textbook rentals as well. They offer big discounts, free or cheap shipping, and older editions of the textbooks you’re looking for.

The most popular websites besides AmazonCraigslist, and eBay seem to be AbeBooks.com andTextbookRental.ca.

Try international editions: Typically, an international version of your textbook will only differ slightly from the Canadian version. Often the most noticeable difference is that they are in paperback instead of hardcover, and printed in black and white. Sometimes they might be missing additional materials such as workbooks or CDs, but they can often be purchased separately.

Carefully consider the optional books

When I was in university, I was lucky enough to receive a scholarship that covered the cost of my textbooks as well as the supplementary reading material. However, I rarely referred to the books that were not required for each class, and they sat on my bookshelf for the majority of the semester. Looking back at my receipts, my textbooks would have cost me over $1,000 every semester, but the required books only cost an average of $450.