In fact, you don’t even need to like accounting. However, most aspiring business leaders, managers, and owners must have a basic foundation in accounting principles to make decisions. Instead of teaching accounting concepts with numbers, math, or debits and credits, “How Much Does It Cost To Make a Donut?” delivers accounting knowledge in a series of entrepreneurial stories. Using a start-up, donut shop as a case study, this book incorporates general accounting concepts and reinforces them with a myriad of real-world examples. These exercises deal with the issues, personalities, and questions decision makers encounter every day, and connect them to the accounting concepts that make a difference. Follow a donut shop owner and her partner as they use basic accounting foundations to build a donut company. From concept through five years of operation, find out how an aspiring business owner learned how to make decisions using accounting without actually doing any accounting.