Bookkeeping Kit For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 1, 2012 - Business & Economics - 416 pages
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The easy way to get a handle on bookkeeping

Accurate and complete bookkeeping is crucial to any business owner, but it's also important to those who work with the business, such as investors, financial institutions, and employees. Bookkeeping For Dummies provides the easy and painless way to master this critical skill.

You'll get clear and concise information on keeping track of transactions, figuring out balance sheets, keeping ledgers or journals, creating financial statements, and operating accounts for businesses, along with practices and examples to hone your skills. Plus, the bonus CD includes samples of bookkeeping forms, working papers, letters, resources, and spreadsheets.

  • Keeping track of transactions
  • Figuring out the balance sheet
  • Keeping a ledger and journal
  • Creating financial statements
  • Operating accounts for businesses
  • Recognizing assets and liabilities
  • Up-to-date tax information
  • Changes in small business regulations
  • Additional and complementary examples
  • Demonstration problems
  • True/false and multiple-choice questions and scenarios

Whether you're a professional or a student looking to expand your skills, Bookkeeping Kit For Dummies is a one-stop resource for anyone interested in this ever-growing occupation.

 

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Contents

Keeping Journals 81
121
Tracking DaytoDay Business
139
Tracking DaytoDay Business
142
Buying and Tracking Your Purchases 141 Chapter 9 Counting Your Sales
159
Employee Payroll and Benefits
191
EmployerPaid Taxes and Government Payroll Reporting
213
Preparing the Books
227
Paying and Collecting Interest
243
Reporting Results and Starting Over
320
Producing an Income Statement
337
Completing YearEnd Payroll and Reports
355
Satisfying the Tax Man
365
Developing a Balance Sheet 319 Chapter 19 Producing an Income Statement 337 Chapter 20 Completing YearEnd Payroll and Reports 355 Chapter ...
373
Basic Bookkeeping Why You Need It 7
380
Cash with Your Books
381
Ten Ways to Manage Your Business Cash with Your Books 381 Chapter 24 The Ten Plus One Most Important Accounts
385

Proving Out the Cash
261
Introduction 1
271
The Part of Tens 379
275
Closing the Journals
277
and Hopefully No Error
289
Checking Your Accuracy by Trial and Hopefully No Error 289 Chapter 17 Adjusting the Books
301
Reporting Results and Starting Over
317
Appendixes
389
About the CD
395
Index
403
Outlining Your Financial Road
39
Keeping a Paper Trail
55
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About the author (2012)

Lita Epstein, MBA, designs online courses about reading financial reports, investing, and taxes. She's the author of Reading Financial Reports For Dummies and also writes periodically for AOL's Daily Finance.

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