Bookkeeping Workbook For Dummies [NOOK Book]

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Fully updated for a UK audience Bookkeeping Workbook For Dummies is the easiest way to get up to speed in all the basics of bookkeeping: from setting up a bookkeeping system and recording transactions to managing payroll, preparing profit and loss statements, tackling tax and filing month and year end reports finances. Expert author Jane Kelly guides you step-by-step through every aspect of financial record and offers quick tips to help you work through the interactive exercises and practical problems encouraging...
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Bookkeeping Workbook For Dummies

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Overview

Fully updated for a UK audience Bookkeeping Workbook For Dummies is the easiest way to get up to speed in all the basics of bookkeeping: from setting up a bookkeeping system and recording transactions to managing payroll, preparing profit and loss statements, tackling tax and filing month and year end reports finances. Expert author Jane Kelly guides you step-by-step through every aspect of financial record and offers quick tips to help you work through the interactive exercises and practical problems encouraging you to find your own route to a solution and sharpen your skills along the way. Whether you’re studying on a bookkeeping course or balancing the books in a small business this book is the fastest way to get started.

Bookkeeping Workbook For Dummies, UK Edition includes:

Part I: Exploring Bookkeeping Basics

Chapter 1: Deciphering the Basics
Chapter 2: Designing Your Bookkeeping System
Chapter 3: Sorting Out Your Business Road Map

Part II: Putting it All on Paper

Chapter 4: Looking at the Big Picture
Chapter 5: Journaling — The Devil’s in the Details
Chapter 6: Designing Controls for Your Books, Your Records, and Your Money

Part III: Tracking Day-to-Day Business Operations with Your Books

Chapter 7: Purchasing Goods and Tracking Your Purchases
Chapter 8: Calculating and Monitoring Sales
Chapter 9:  Employee Payroll and Benefits

Part IV: Getting Ready for Year’s (Or Month’s) End

Chapter 10: Depreciating Your Assets
Chapter 11: Paying and Collecting Interest
Chapter 12: Checking Your Books
Chapter 13: Checking and Correcting Your Books

Part V: Reporting Results and Starting Over

Chapter 14: Developing a Balance Sheet
Chapter 15: Producing a Profit and Loss Statement
Chapter 16: Reporting for Not-For-Profit Organizations
Chapter 17: Doing Your Business Taxes
Chapter 18: Completing Year-End Payroll and Reports
Chapter 19: Getting Ready for a New Bookkeeping Year

Part VI: The Part of Tens

Chapter 20: Top Ten Checklist for Managing Your Cash
Chapter 21: Top Ten Accounts You Should Monitor
Chapter 22: Top Ten Problems You Should Practice

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781119992479
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/13/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: UK Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 296
  • Sales rank: 729,935
  • Product dimensions: 7.21 (w) x 10.96 (h) x 0.78 (d)
  • File size: 22 MB
  • Note: This product may take a few minutes to download.

Meet the Author

Jane Kelly is a Chartered management consultant, bookkeeping teacher, and author of Sage 50 Accounts For Dummies.

Lita Epstein is an expert financial author and adviser.

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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Part I: Exploring Bookkeeping Basics.

Chapter 1: Deciphering the Basics.

Chapter 2: Designing Your Bookkeeping System.

Chapter 3: Sorting Out Your Chart of accounts.

Part II: Putting It All on Paper.

Chapter 4: Looking at the Ledgers.

Chapter 5: Journaling – The Devil’s in the Details.

Chapter 6: Designing Controls for Your Books, Your Records, and Your Money.

Part III: Tracking Day-to-Day Business Operations with Your Books.

Chapter 7: Purchasing Goods and Tracking Your Purchases.

Chapter 8: Calculating and Monitoring Sales.

Chapter 9: Paying Your Employees.

Part IV: Getting Ready for Year’s (Or Month’s) End.

Chapter 10: Depreciating Your Assets.

Chapter 11: Paying and Collecting Interest.

Chapter 12: Checking Your Books.

Chapter 13: Correcting Your Books.

Part V: Putting on Your Best Financial Face.

Chapter 14: Showing Everything’s in Balance.

Chapter 15: Producing a Profi t and Loss Statement.

Chapter 16: Reporting for Not-for-profi t Organisations.

Chapter 17: Doing Your Business Taxes.

Chapter 18: Completing Year End Payroll and Reports.

Chapter 19: Getting Ready for a New Bookkeeping Year.

Part VI: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 20: Ten Top Ways to Manage Your Cash.

Chapter 20: Ten Top Accounts You Should Monitor.

Chapter 22: Ten Top Problems You Should Practise.

Index.

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