APPA Product Store releases newly revised accounting manuals
Originally published February 20, 2013
The APPA Product Store has released two newly revised accounting manuals, Public Utility Accounting and Advanced Public Utility Accounting.
Public Utility Accounting provides management and staff of public power utilities with an overview of accepted utility accounting practices within the Uniform System of Accounts prescribed by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. It includes an expanded discussion on the importance of proper account coding and an introduction to basic utility rate design.
Advanced Public Utility Accounting examines topics related to the analysis and interpretation of financial information, including cost allocation, rate design budgeting and internal controls.
The accounting manuals were written by instructors of the APPA Academy’s popular accounting courses. They can be purchased separately or as a package at a discounted price.
Attendees at Public Utility Accounting courses offered through the APPA Academy will receive these publications as part of their course materials. These classes will be offered at the Spring Education Institute, May 6-10 in Anaheim, Calif.
For more information or to purchase these publications, visit the online APPA Product Store at www.PublicPower.org, send an email toProducts@PublicPower.org, or call 202/467-2926.
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