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Bookkeeping Workbook for Dummies
Get to grips with bookkeeping basics
Sharpen your skills with interactive exercises and demonstration problems
Perform a wide variety of financial transactions
Jane Kelly, ACMA
Chartered management accountant
Lita Epstein, MBA
Design a bookkeeping system that works for you and stay on top of your transactions
It's easy to feel intimidated by the ins and outs of bookkeeping day-to-day and at year end but with an understanding of the basics, it needn't be tricky. This no-nonsense workbook leads you through every stage of preparing and maintaining a ledger so you know exactly what your assets are doing and how to maximise your profits. Packed with insider tips, checklists and practical bookkeeping exercises, there's really no better time to get things in balance.
Discover Ways to record, track and adjust bookkeeping entries
How to calculate cost trends
Advice on tackling taxes, interest rates and depreciation
Tips on drawing up accurate profit and loss statements and analysing what they mean
Sample invoices, credit notes and calculation tables
The Dummies Workbook Way
Hands-on practice exercises
Ample workspace to work out problems
Tear-out Cheat Sheet
A dash of humour and fun
|Publisher:||Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||8.35(w) x 10.79(h) x 0.67(d)|
About 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.
Table of Contents
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.