Practical introduction to preparing financial statements, both manually and using integrated accounting software TASBooks and Sage. Written for revised modules Accounting Manual and Computerised [5N1348] and Bookkeeping Manual and Computerised [5N1354]. * Outlines the basic principles of accounting, e.g. double entry bookkeeping, VAT and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). * Identifies the types and purpose of forecasts and budgets such as cash flow and Profit & Loss forecasts. * Outlines how to execute a range of accounting procedures and file management functions. * Presents basic computer principles and instructs on the application and use of integrated accounting packages (TASBooks and Sage) in the preparation of financial statements. * Explains and demonstrates bank reconciliation both manually and using TASBooks and Sage. * Demonstrates the preparation of final accounts for a sole trader and a company, including the processing of end-of-year adjustments to accounts. * Introduces a range of accounting terms and key accounting standards and concepts, including SSAPs, IFRSs, IASs, as well as consistency and prudence concepts.
* Explains the internal and external roles of the auditor. * Provides practical questions at the end of each chapter. Written For: Accounting Manual and Computerised [5N1348] and Bookkeeping Manual and Computerised [5N1354], which form part of: * Office Administration * Business Studies * Business Administration * eBusiness * Information Processing * Marketing * International Trade * Legal Studies * Tourism with Business
Usually despatched in 2-5 working days.
Date of Publication: 11/04/2014