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Accounting 757: Issues in Financial Accounting: Chicago (Author-Date) Citations

An online research guide for use with Accounting 757

Chicago Style Tutorials

This playlist explains how to cite books, articles and websites using Chicago Author-Date style. There is an additional video explaining how create in-text citations and reference lists.

Citing FASB Codes

You can cite a FASB Code in the same way that you cite a website. The following is an example:

 

Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB). “ASC 905-325-35-2,” Accounting Standards Codification, accessed

         September 21, 2015, https://asc.fasb.org/.

 

Use n.d. in your in-text citation if no publication date exists. For example: (Financial Accounting Standards Board n.d.)

Additional Resources

Chicago Author-Date style is different from APA style. Check out the video tutorials and examples on this page. If you have further questions try the following:

Email Naomi Schemm (schemmn@uww.edu).