Computerised Book-Keeping: An Accredited Textbook of the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers

Computerised Book-Keeping: An Accredited Textbook of the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers

by Peter Marshall
     
 

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ISBN-10: 184528397X

ISBN-13: 9781845283971

Pub. Date: 12/20/2010

Publisher: How To Books

Suitable for those preparing for the examinations of ICB, AAT, IAB, OCR, AQA and all other courses in computerised accounting. Learning computerised book-keeping skills is very different from manual accounting. It can seem more like learning computer studies than book-keeping, and it is often difficult to connect it with what may have been previously learned in manual

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Suitable for those preparing for the examinations of ICB, AAT, IAB, OCR, AQA and all other courses in computerised accounting. Learning computerised book-keeping skills is very different from manual accounting. It can seem more like learning computer studies than book-keeping, and it is often difficult to connect it with what may have been previously learned in manual book-keeping. In this book Dr Marshall resolves this problem with the same skill and insight that made his book on manual book-keeping, Mastering Book-keeping, so useful to readers over the years. Deliberately constructing a clear and continuous bridge between the methods so that the student never loses sight of the double entry concept, he presents the material in a way that makes computerised book-keeping clear and easy to understand.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781845283971
Publisher:
How To Books
Publication date:
12/20/2010
Pages:
375
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.10(d)

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Table of Contents

CONTENTS:
Preface
1. A period of transition
2. The role an significance of the professional association
3. Data security
4. The flow of documents and processes
5. Preparations for using Sage 50
6. The advantages of using computerised accounting
7. Dealing with sales and sales returns
8. Credit control
9. Communicating with customers
10. Dealing with suppliers
11. Bank and cash transactions
12. Petty cash
13. Journalising
14. Accruals and prepayments
15. The nominal ledger
16. Dealing with discounts
17. Control accounts
18. The trial balance
19. Revenue accounts
20. The balance sheet
21. Asset depreciation
22. The chart of accounts
23. Generating nominal ledger reports
24. Accounting for VAT
25. Generating financial reports
26. Dealing with stock
27. Product discounts
28. Generating product reports
29. The audit trail
30. Fully integrated accounting
31. Creating new report layouts
32. Entering opening balances mid-term
33. Backing up and restoring data
34. Screening for input errors
35. Correcting errors
36. Changing global values
37. Importing data
38. Data compression
39. Dealing with write offs, refunds and contra entries
40 Period-end procedures
41 Running the year-end procedure
42 Clearing the audit trail and stock records
43 Chasing overdue accounts
44 Managing payments
45 Partnership accounts
46 Accounts of limited companies
Specimen exam papers and answers
ICB - Level II Final Assignment
IAB - Level 1 I/D 109 Question Paper
IAB - Level 1 I/D 109 Model Answers
IAB - Level 2 I/D 110 Question Paper
IAB - Level 2 ID 110 Model Answers
IAB - Level 3 I/D 111 Question Paper
IAB - Level 3 Diploma Marking Scheme
OCR - Level 1 Question Paper
OCR - Level 1 Tutor Paper
OCR - Level 1 Question Paper
OCR - Level 1 Tutor Paper
Glossary
Index.

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