By Jane Kelly, John A. Tracy CPA
Want to turn into an accountant? personal a small company yet need assistance balancing your books? frightened approximately handling your funds lower than the cloud of the recession?
This hands-on workbook will get you on top of things with the fundamentals of industrial accounting, together with studying monetary studies, setting up budgets, controlling money circulation, and making clever monetary judgements. The query and solution sections motivate you in finding your personal suggestions to demanding accounting difficulties - and there is lots of area to scribble your workings out! Accounting Workbook For Dummies is the one ebook that makes really gentle paintings of the monetary basics that many businesspeople attempt to bluff their approach via each day.
Accounting Workbook For Dummies, united kingdom Edition covers:
Part I: company Accounting Basics
Chapter 1: parts of industrial Accounting
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Jane has subsequently specialised in both using and teaching others how to use Sage software and also teaching people the bookkeeping basics. Jane is the author of Sage 50 Accounts For Dummies and Bookkeeping Workbook For Dummies (Wiley). John A. Tracy is Professor of Accounting, Emeritus, at the University of Colorado in Boulder. Before his 35-year tenure at Boulder, he was on the business faculty for 4 years at the University of California in Berkeley. He has served as staff accountant at Ernst & Young and is the author of several books on accounting and finance, including Accounting For Dummies (Wiley).
Accounting Workbook For Dummies by Jane Kelly, John A. Tracy CPA