This blog has lately been bombarded with the request for a copy of the solutions manual of the reviewer book of Atty. Conrado Valix on Financial Accounting. I have confirmed that the commenter, Maria Luz, is offering a copy of the answer keys FOR A FEE.
This site is not a market place, and I don’t think I can allow that to happen. All comments requesting for the manual will now be deleted, and future comments ignored. All comments that are clearly out of topic will find themselves in the trash.
So everybody is requested to refrain from posting comments regarding the solution manual.
I’m just having my first taste of Doha overtime today. I thought when I get here in this place, in this foreign land, there’ll be no more overtime, I have to say goodbye to overtime, but then here I am 12:30 in the middle of the night here in the office! I guess it’s only “Goodbye, Obeertym!”
Just would like to report also that in the Popular Posts race, “Financial Accounting I 2006 edition” has just overtaken “Inventories at Net Realizable Values” for the number 1 spot. This is because of so many comments I received mostly from accounting students all over the country. The post must be becoming very popular in search engines for the keyword “Conrado Valix”.
That keeps me wondering, why CPAR (CPA Review School of the Philippines) don’t have a website? It should help more on their marketing campaign.
A new version of “Financial Accounting I” has already been released by Atty. Conrado T. Valix and Jose Peralta. It incorporates the new standards: Philippine Accounting Standards, Philippine Financial Reporting Standards, International Accounting Standards, and International Financial Reporting Standards.
The book has a whole new different look.