This book is THE premier book on bookkeeping, written by a CPA who worked his way up through all of the bookkeeping positions, and has obtained or served supervisory level positions/roles in every facet of his career - including corporate accounting, public accounting and governmental audit work! This book covers all of the Topics and all of the Tasks - associated with Full-Charge Bookkeeping. Don't let the unassuming / plain English style fool you. With all new terminology defined in both the body of the text, plus a glossary, the author made a conscious decision to focus the writing style for a high school graduate, who may want to pursue a career in bookkeeping. Speaking of definitions, a full-charge bookkeeper is one who performs all of the bookkeeping tasks of any small/medium-sized business, including Payroll, Payroll Taxes, Financial Statements etc - with little or no supervision. A full-charge bookkeeper may also work for a medium-sized business, reporting directly to Accounting Management, and perhaps having one or two clerks reporting to him or her. *Coverage of tasks includes: Accounts Payable (A/P), Accounts Receivable (A/R), Payroll, Payroll Taxes, Financial Statements... *Coverage of topics includes: General Ledger, Debits and Credits, Industry specifics, Accounting Basics... >Includes Checklists: like the New Job Checklist & the Master Calendar. >Includes All Forms a Bookkeeper Might Need: like Petty Cash Receipts, Record Retention Form, etc. // Home Study Course Edition = 127 pages in 12 Chapters & 8 Appendices, 8.5" x 11" // This is a rubber-meets-the-road handbook/manual. >Other coverage topics include: *Breaking Into This Field of Money Handling; *Questions to Ask During The Job Interview; *Getting Organized When Hired // Finally, you may want to give your career a boost, by becoming a "Certified Full-Charge Bookkeeper". >Benefits include: *Personal confidence knowing you know this subject; *Resume' boost; *Certificate suitable for framing; *Wallet card; *Independent verification (of Certification) for employers; Visit: www.Full-ChargeBookkeeping.comwww.Full-ChargeBookkeeper.com // Den Publishing Company >It's Amazing What You Can Accomplish In A Den!