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The bestselling guide to stress-free bookkeeping

Do you want to save time, money, and a few grey hairs by establishing efficient bookkeeping practices? You’ve come to the right place! Bookkeeping For Dummies, Second Australian & New Zealand Edition, shows small business owners and bookkeepers how to record day-to-day transactions, understand GST, generate Profit & Loss reports, and so much more. Inside, you’ll get to grips with bookkeeping basics, discover how to record ...

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Bookkeeping For Dummies

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Overview

The bestselling guide to stress-free bookkeeping

Do you want to save time, money, and a few grey hairs by establishing efficient bookkeeping practices? You’ve come to the right place! Bookkeeping For Dummies, Second Australian & New Zealand Edition, shows small business owners and bookkeepers how to record day-to-day transactions, understand GST, generate Profit & Loss reports, and so much more. Inside, you’ll get to grips with bookkeeping basics, discover how to record business transactions correctly, use the latest accounting software, and find out how to manage employee payroll. You’ll also get advice on allocating tricky transactions correctly.

The new edition of this bestselling guide has been fully updated to include cloud accounting software, bank feeds, and automated reconciliations. You can find out about changes to BAS Agent legislation, and the latest in payroll and tax reporting obligations. New chapters include how to start your own independent bookkeeping practice, and a practical explanation of the bookkeeper’s professional ‘code of conduct.’

  • Covers cloud accounting and recent changes in the accounting software landscape
  • Includes information and resources specific to Australia and New Zealand
  • Contains a Foreword written by Matthew Addison, Executive Director of the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers
  • Provides lots of helpful information and tips for students studying Certificate IV in Bookkeeping or Financial Services.
Do you know your assets from your equity? Or are you confused about depreciation? Whether you’re a small business owner who is new to bookkeeping or a seasoned bookkeeping professional who wants to learn more about creating complex financial reports, Bookkeeping For Dummies sets you up for success.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781742469980
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 8/3/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Australian and New Zealand Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 240
  • File size: 6 MB

Meet the Author

Veechi Curtis (BBus) is a qualified accountant and business consultant who specialises in small business finance, marketing and technology and is the author of several business titles, including Small Business For Dummies.

Lynley Averis (BCom, DipT) is a New Zealand MYOB Certified Consultant and training specialist.

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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Part I: First Steps.

Chapter 1: Introducing the Bookkeeping Game.

Chapter 2: Creating a Framework.

Chapter 3: Going for the Big Equation.

Part II: Forming a Plan.

Chapter 4: Playing a Bookkeeper's Rhythm.

Chapter 5: Doing Business with Accounting Software.

Chapter 6: Safeguarding Against Fraud.

Chapter 7: Understanding GST.

Part III: Recording Day-to-Day Transactions.

Chapter 8: Recording Expenses and Payments.

Chapter 9: Recording Receipts and Sales.

Chapter 10: Paying Employees.

Chapter 11: Reconciling Accounts.

Part IV: Pulling It All Together.

Chapter 12: Reporting for Payroll.

Chapter 13: Managing Inventory and Other Assets.

Chapter 14: Mastering Tricky Situations.

Chapter 15: Checking Your Work.

Part V: Building Reports.

Chapter 16: Creating Financial Reports.

Chapter 17: Understanding Financial Reports.

Chapter 18: Starting a New Financial Year.

Part VI: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 19: Ten Tips for Not-for-Profi t Organisations.

Chapter 20: Ten Tricks for Collecting Money.

Chapter 21: Ten Words of Advice for Contract Bookkeepers.

Glossary.

Index.

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