Bookkeeping Made Easy

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HarperCollins Publishers, Jan 1, 1971 - Business & Economics - 310 pages
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The principles and practices of bookkeeping and accounting are explained together with the major operations of a business enterprise

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Contents

BOOKKEEPING INTRODUCTION
1
ACCOUNTS
2
ACCOUNTS INVOLVED IN SALES TRANSACTIONS
8
ACCOUNTS INVOLVED IN PURCHASE TRANSACTIONS
13
JOURNALS
19
SPECIAL ACCOUNTS
28
GENERAL JOURNAL
41
RETURNS
55
CONTROLLING ACCOUNTS
139
MODEL BUSINESS SET
141
ACCOUNTING
181
CURRENT ASSETS AND FIXED ASSETS
190
CLOSING THE BOOKS
196
TYPES OF BUSINESS CONCERNS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
209
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
223
GRAPHS
236

NOTES
62
REVIEW
71
BANK STATEMENT
84
INTEREST BEARING NOTES
87
COLUMNAR CASH BOOK
92
TRADE DISCOUNT
96
DISCOUNTED NOTES
108
PETTY CASH BOOK
136
PROBLEMS OF THE RETAILER
242
PROBLEMS OF THE MANUFACTURER
251
COMMISSION AND BROKERAGE
261
INSURANCE
276
USEFUL FACTS AND FIGURES
293
REFERENCE TABLES
300
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