Accounting Comes Alive: The Color Accounting Parable

Accounting Comes Alive: The Color Accounting Parable

By Mark Robilliard, Peter Frampton, Chang Won Chang & Mark Morrow

  • Release Date : 2010-11-11
  • Genre : Industries & Professions
  • FIle Size : 16.20 MB
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Accounting Comes Alive: The Color Accounting Parable This parable is a companion Color Accounting (print and e-book) and to to Accounting Comes Alive – Introducing Color Accounting (multimedia textbook for iPads, also available on iTunes). 

In just a few easy hours you’ll read the story of an MBA learning accounting & business from his grandfather.  It’s a perfect start for beginners and people who learn best through story. The critical concepts that underpin all accounting are explained. The friendliness of the tale belies the power of the learning. 

The Parable is based on the revolutionary Color Accounting system that explains accounting with diagrams.  Vivid and colorful images throughout the book make the important concepts you need to know come alive - with breathtaking simplicity. 

The second part of the book covers financial analysis and is suitable for beginners and more advanced students. Discovering the 5 fatal management mistakes made by business owners is worth the purchase of the book alone.


  • Fantastic introduction to book-keeping for the "simple folk"!

    By Yeeleunglee
    I've never really understood what someone was saying when they said "debit debtors and credit sales" (maybe I still don't!) but this book does describe in a very easy to read and enjoyable ease! Great work!
  • Ingenious

    By evanvrs
    The concept of color accounting is ingenious and is presented in a clever "Tuesdays with Morrie"-type format of a conversation between a wise grandfather and his ambitious grandson. Very clever all round. At less than 90 pages I'd not be surprised to see this replace the 500 page accounting textboooks that destroy first year university for business majors.