Bookkeeping Made Simple

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Broadway Books, 2005 - Study Aids - 148 pages
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A streamlined introduction to record keeping, accounting, and more, Bookkeeping Made Simple takes the mystery out of financial jargon for small-business owners and students. Completely up to date, this comprehensive edition now covers the complete accounting cycle, making it easier than ever to master the math of commerce. Topics covered include:

* assets and equities
* individual accounts
* the journal
* adjustments to accounts
* preparing statements
* merchandising accounts
* control of cash
* petty cash
* payroll
* partnership
* closing the books
 

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Contents

CHAPTER
5
CHAPTER
13
CHAPTER
55
Typical Bookkeeping Scenario
63
Merchandising Accounts
85
Checking Accounts
93
Interest
99
Payroll Records
108
Partnerships
112
Bookkeeping and the Computer
118
Glossary
127
Index
133
63
134
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About the author (2005)

HARRY C. PURCELL, Ph.D., has more than twenty-five years of experience as an instructor and administrator in higher education and has written numerous course materials for accounting and taxation students.

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