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This book teaches you how to sort through the masses of information and paperwork, how to record what is important for your business, and how to use that information to grow your business for success!
This book includes a self-test to help you understand and reinforce what you have learned. The following topics are discussed in this book:
- Managing the paper flow - Understanding the balance sheet: defining what your business owns and what it owes - Learning the basics regarding the income statement and cash flow statement - Recording the sales cycle - Learning how to account for inventory - Monitoring your budget and cash flow to ensure that future cash requirements will be met - Understanding the transactions between the company and its owners: loans, bonuses, dividends, payments made personally, and company payments of personal bills --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Angie did a good job on Bookkeeping. The book proved worth the money and effort to read it. I will definitely buy her other book on Financial Management to expand my knowledge. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Manwere Watananga
If you need a good refresher or tutor of the basics this is not the book. This book is more for people that already know about the subject.Published 7 months ago by Pearl Luv
I read this before taking a few accounting classes, and I found it to be useful. It was also very cheap.Published 17 months ago by akOSU
Excellent for review of bookkeeping and accounting terms. Great as a reference guide if you have forgotten debits and credits and how they relate to entries in the day... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Bob H.