Accounting by Joe Booth is a developer's guide to basic accounting. Written with business app development in mind, Booth discusses some of the most common accounting processes, including assets, multiple accounts, journaling, posting, inventory, and payroll. An appendix includes SQL code examples to get you started with several basic accounting transactions. This updated and expanded second edition of Book provides a user-friendly introduction to the subject, Taking a clear structural framework, it guides the reader through the subject's core elements. A flowing writing style combines with the use of illustrations and diagrams throughout the text to ensure the reader understands even the most complex of concepts. This succinct and enlightening overview is a required reading for all those interested in the subject . We hope you find this book useful in shaping your future career & Business.
Accounting Made Simple, Basic Accounting Principles, and How to Do Your Own Bookkeeping
Author: John Knight
Category: Business & Economics
This book will teach you all of the accounting basics you need to know, in a simple, no-nonsense manner that will have you understanding your accounting with ease! You will learn all about different statements, budgets, taxes, and how to manage and understand all of them from an accounting standpoint.
Release on 2014-05-15 | by Ken Hoyle,Geoffrey Whitehead
Author: Ken Hoyle,Geoffrey Whitehead
Category: Business & Economics
Business Statistics and Accounting: Made Simple focuses on the principles, approaches, and operations involved in business statistics and accounting, including book-keeping, value added tax, cash and credit, and trial balance. The book first takes a look at basic numerical knowledge, introduction to business statistics, and classification and tabulation. Discussions focus on frequency distributions, discrete and continuous variables, approximation and error, simple mathematical symbols, importance of business calculations, calculating percentages of quantities, and powers and roots. The text then elaborates on time series, pictorial representation of statistical data, graphs, and mean, median, and mode. The manuscript examines the nature and purpose of accounting, double-entry book-keeping to the trial balance level, books of original entry, value added tax, and accounting to the trial balance, with books of original entry. Topics include original entries for petty cash, original entries for the payment of money, double entries for cash and credit transactions, and extracting a trial balance. The publication is a dependable reference for students and researchers interested in business statistics and accounting.
Simple Balance Sheet Or Cash Book Accounts Bookkeeping Journal for Small and Big Businesses - Log, Track, & Record Expenses & Income
Author: 7. Journals
Stay in control of finances with this simple cash accounting ledger. Perfect for small businesses to keep track of income & expenses throughout the tax year. Spacious pages allow plenty of room to record entries under the headings of Date, Description, Income, Expenses, and Total. Easily record incomings & outgoings as they happen so you always know where you stand financially at any point in the year. This versatile accounting book will suit most types of small business. Can be used alone or in conjunction with digital accounting systems for recording income & expenses to add to your digital system later. Quick & easy to add entries. Versatile - adaptable to many types of small business. Perfect bound. Durable softcover. Can be used as a gift
The Ultimate Beginner's Guide for Entrepreneurs - The Easy Way to Learn How Financial Statements Work
Author: Gregory Olson
Do you want to create a solid accounting system for your business? Would you like to learn an easy way to read financial statements? If you're seeking small business success, this is the perfect book for you. Keep reading! Income statements are the scorecard of your business. They are prepared by accountants for the purpose of communicating the status and performance of the business to stakeholders, including business owners, auditors, employees, banks, etc. As an entrepreneur, financial statements help provide you with a detailed understanding of your financial situation. They will tell you how much debt you owe, what expenses are going out the door, and how much money is coming in each month. Understanding how to read, analyze, and create financial statements is an essential skill for anyone intending to keep track of their personal or business finances. Luckily, you don't need to be an intellectual or a CPA to understand and make use of financial statements. It's all laid out for you in this book. By the end of Accounting Made Simple: The Ultimate Beginner's Guide for Entrepreneurs, you will learn: The basics of income statements and how they work Major differences between Accounting and Bookkeeping How a balance sheet works 4 reasons a cash flow statement is important 6 steps of accounting transaction analysis Key differences between assets and liabilities All about financial ratio analysis And much more! If you're searching for an easy-to-follow guide to handling your company's accounting like an expert, this book is a great fit. Even if you've never done any bookkeeping before, this book will show you all you need to know about effective accounting for your solo venture or small business. Scroll up and click the Buy Now button now!
The books in this bite-sized new series contain no complicated techniques or tricky materials, making them ideal for the busy, the time-pressured or the merely curious. Small Business Accounting Made Easy is a short, simple and to-the-point guide to the art of managing your business books and accounts. In just 96 pages, Small Business Accounting assumes that you know nothing at all about business records and accounts and gives a system for business owners who want a simple, easy and, above all, quick system of book keeping.
Find all of the following, explained in plain-English: Fixed costs, variable costs, and how to use them to perform cost-volume-profit analysis for a business Product costs, period costs, and why the distinction is important Direct costs, indirect costs, and how to assign each of them to cost objects for better decision-making How to use activity-based costing to allocate overhead costs Job order costing and process costing How to budget for a business and how to use variance analysis to identify potential problems when results vary from budgeted amounts