Answered By: Coleen Neary
Last Updated: Jun 06, 2023     Views: 104

When you need to find information on a topic or specific term doing background research is helpful.  Here is a quick overview using Library resources for finding accounting information:

Credo Reference  (Use your credentials to login)
  • Search suggestions:
    • financial accounting
    • managerial accounting basics
    • cost accounting

Tip:  Use the filters in the results view by selecting See More FiltersExample:  All Subjects = Business, Finance, & Economics -- selected Economics.  Use All Dates to limit by publication date(s).

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Credo search for financial accounting filtering by subject


Accounting, Tax & Banking Collection (PQ)  (Use your credentials to login)
  • Enter into the search box:  "financial accounting" OR "managerial accounting"
    • Filter results
      • Publication: January 2020 - October 2021 (months) -- Select this range
      • Subjects: (use More to see list):   accounting OR standards OR management accounting OR accounting policies
      • Source type:  (optional)

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                                                 PQ Accounting, Tax & Banking Collection Search


An open-access, interdisciplinary, scholarly literature database. Note: Use the "Settings" option in Google Scholar to enable APUS library full-text links.

  • This FAQ shows how to easily connect the library's subscription journal content to your Google Scholar results.

Search suggestions:

  • financial accounting vs managerial accounting
  • fundamentals of cost accounting
  • management accounting principles


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