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Want to become an accountant? Own a small business but need help balancing your books? Worried about managing your finances under the cloud of the recession? This hands-on workbook gets you up to speed with the basics of business accounting, including reading financial reports, establishing budgets, controlling cash flow, and making wise financial decisions. The question and answer sections encourage you to find your own solutions to challenging accounting problems - and there's plenty of space to scribble your workings out! Accounting Workbook For Dummies is the only book that makes truly light work of the financial fundamentals that many businesspeople try to bluff their way through every day.
Accounting Workbook For Dummies, UK Edition covers: Part I: Business Accounting Basics Chapter 1: Elements of Business Accounting Chapter 2: Financial Effects of Transactions Chapter 3: Getting Started in the Bookkeeping Cycle Chapter 4: The Bookkeeping Cycle: Adjusting and Closing Entries Part II: Preparing Financial Statements Chapter 5: The Effects and Reporting of Profit Chapter 6: Reporting Financial Condition in the Balance Sheet Chapter 7: Coupling the Profit & Loss Statement and Balance Sheet Chapter 8: Reporting Cash Flows and Changes in Owners' Equity Chapter 9: Choosing Accounting Methods Part III: Managerial, Manufacturing, and Capital Accounting Chapter 10: Analysing Profit Behavior Chapter 11: Manufacturing Cost Accounting Chapter 12: Figuring Out Interest and Return on Investment Part IV: The Part of Tens Chapter 13: Ten Things You Should Know About Business Financial Statements Chapter 14: A Ten-Point Checklist for Management Accountants Main changes in the UK edition include: UK Accounting practice Currency UK institutions - Inland Revenue and Customs and Excise etc National Insurance, PAYE UK taxation and VAT Partnerships and Limited company information UK legal practice UK specific forms UK specific case studies
Jane Kelly is a chartered management accountant, bookkeeping teacher and business author. John A. Tracy is Professor of Accounting at the University of Colorado.
Introduction. Part I: Business Accounting Basics. Chapter 1: Elements of Business Accounting. Chapter 2: Financial Effects of Transactions. Chapter 3: Getting Started in the Bookkeeping Cycle. Chapter 4: The Bookkeeping Cycle: Adjusting and Closing Entries. Part II: Preparing Financial Statements. Chapter 5: Reporting Profit. Chapter 6: Reporting Financial Condition in the Balance Sheet. Chapter 7: Coupling the Profi t and Loss Statement and Balance Sheet. Chapter 8: Reporting Cash Flows and Changes in Owners' Capital. Chapter 9: Choosing Accounting Methods. Part III: Managerial, Manufacturing and Capital Accounting. Chapter 10: Analysing Profi t Behaviour. Chapter 11: Manufacturing Cost Accounting. Chapter 12: Figuring Out Interest and Return on Investment. Part IV: The Part of Tens. Chapter 13: Ten Things You Need to Know about Business Financial Statements. Chapter 14: A Ten-Point Checklist for Management Accountants. Index.
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