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Accounting Basics: Complete Guide (e-Book) By Michael Celender
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Accounting Basics: Complete Guide is the all-in-one study guide, workbook and accounting dictionary for high school, college students and working professionals. With over 360 pages of accounting... More > theory and questions, the book is undoubtedly the most comprehensive basic accounting guide in existence today. And with its concise and clear explanations and hundreds of diagrams and images, it is also the simplest. The book takes one step-by-step from the basic accounting concepts and the accounting equation to transactions, journals (debits and credits), T-accounts, financial statements and more complex issues such as accounting for inventory/stock, depreciation, bad/doubtful debts and bank reconciliations. With simple theory explanations, over 60 color illustrations and 88 individual accounting questions to test one's understanding, you simply won't find a better companion to your accounting studies. Also includes a 25-page accounting dictionary valued on its own at $10.< Less
Understanding Financial Statements, the Basics: A Guide for Non-Accountants By Shawna M Roth CPA, CA
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Every business, whether it is a multi-billion dollar automotive plant or a home based eBay business, communicates with investors, banks, employees, customers, suppliers and government using the same... More > language. Every business can be broken down into the same basic components and can be analyzed using the same basic formulas. This discussion explores the financial language of business at its highest level, the financial statements. In doing so it will give those who need to understand how businesses work, without becoming financial experts, a starting point for understanding the basic concepts and components of financial statements. This is neither an accounting text book nor a technical manual on how to prepare statements, it is a guide intended to increase your base understanding of financial concepts.< Less
Understanding Basic Accounting Concepts: A Guide for Non-Financial Managers By Shawna Roth CPA, CA
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The world of accounting is a dark and mysterious place for many. While it can be technical and require special training and expertise, it does not need to be a complete mystery. This eBook will... More > expand on a basic understanding of financial statements and their components, and delve deeper into areas Non-Financial Managers should understand to feel confident in making the right decisions for their company. I will discuss inventory basics; capital assets and amortization; overheads, allocations and provisions; prepaid expenses and accruals. The discussion will not be technical in nature but it is based on an assumption that you have a basic understanding of financial components like assets, liabilities, equity, revenue and expenses.< Less
Accounting for the SMALL Businessperson By Kathy Davie
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Accounting for the SMALL Businessperson is a self-help manual that lays out the basics of accounting for the average person operating a small enterprise. While the focus is on artists, the... More > explanations and examples incorporate common materials and ideas that anyone can apply to their own area. As an artist running a small business, I was frustrated when I found nothing on the market explaining the books from a layman's perspective. So, I dug in and discovered that “keeping the books” involves income, sales, assorted taxes; making a living; financial statements and balance sheets; rules about “hobbies” and/or “businesses”; business and other licenses; accounting terms used by sole proprietors and their proper order; the difference between cash basis and accrual basis; how often you need to track assets, liabilities, and equity; what the well-organized record box contains; the length of time such records are generally required; and, various methods for keeping records.< Less
Accounting for the SMALL Businessperson By Kathy Davie
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Accounting for the SMALL Businessperson is a self-help manual that lays out the basics of accounting for the average person operating a small enterprise. While the focus is on artists, the... More > explanations and examples incorporate common materials and ideas that anyone can apply to their own area. As an artist running a small business, I was frustrated when I found nothing on the market explaining the books from a layman's perspective. So, I dug in and discovered that “keeping the books” involves income, sales, assorted taxes; making a living; financial statements and balance sheets; rules about “hobbies” and/or “businesses”; business and other licenses; accounting terms used by sole proprietors and their proper order; the difference between cash basis and accrual basis; how often you need to track assets, liabilities, and equity; what the well-organized record box contains; the length of time such records are generally required; and, various methods for keeping records.< Less
The “People Power” Money Superbook: Book 1. the Practical Basics of Money (Money Knowledge - Resources, Thousands of Money Websites, Money Attitude - Psychology, Budget, Accounting) By Tony Kelbrat
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Why does anybody want to read a book about money, one of the most boring subjects on the planet? It's simple. It's called reality. If you ain't got money, you got nothin'. You're going along... More > cruising through life not too concerned about money because you're making a fairly good wage. What happens if you get fired, your company goes bankrupt, you get sick, get into an accident, your daughter needs to go to an expensive eating disorder clinic to save her life or the world goes into an economic tailspin? How many mortgage or rent payments are you away from being on the street if you got cut off today? Why would any sane person invest their hard-earned money in the stock market or more complex ventures like stock options, REITs or ETAs after seeing how the financial insiders on Wall Street were essentially conducting a loose conspiracy of ripping off honest Americans?< Less
LEARN ACCOUNTING WITH DICK AND JANE (Revised Edition) By Leroy Schober
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The intent of this book is to provide enough information so that the serious reader will acquire an understanding of basic accounting principles. It covers the same material as that usually found in... More > a first year college accounting course, except that cost accounting has not been included. Although the intent is thus similar to most introductory accounting texts, the approach differs markedly. An easy to read style has been achieved by the use of children's dialogue throughout. The author has attempted to write the book in such a manner that an individual with no previous exposure to business will grasp the idea of the profit motive and how achieving this goal is aided by accounting. The hows and whys of accounting are shown by tracing the activities of two youngsters who start a business, and who discover the need for record keeping.< Less
LEARN ACCOUNTING WITH DICK AND JANE (Revised Edition) By Leroy Schober
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The intent of this book is to provide enough information so that the serious reader will acquire an understanding of basic accounting principles. It covers the same material as that usually found in... More > a first year college accounting course, except that cost accounting has not been included. Although the intent is thus similar to most introductory accounting texts, the approach differs markedly. An easy to read style has been achieved by the use of children's dialogue throughout. The author has attempted to write the book in such a manner that an individual with no previous exposure to business will grasp the idea of the profit motive and how achieving this goal is aided by accounting. The hows and whys of accounting are shown by tracing the activities of two youngsters who start a business, and who discover the need for record keeping.< Less
Property Management Basics Using QuickBooks 2006 By Christine Hart
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Property Management Basics Using QuickBooks 2006. My simplified instructions show you the easiest way to: Get started (initial set-up) Set up your Chart of Accounts Set up your Item List Entering... More > Vendors and bills Entering Properties and Tenants How to display detailed Customer Information Creating Invoices How to receive payments How to issue a Credit or Refund Making Bank deposits Adding a Logo< Less
Teeter Totter Accounting: Your Visual Guide to Understanding Debits and Credits! By Dantes Joseph
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Teeter Totter Accounting focuses primarily on journal entries that can be viewed graphically in the form of a Teeter Totter. This should help users obtain a mental picture of the process. This mental... More > picture is believed to be the key to unlocking the mystery behind the double entry accounting system. The book assumes the reader has a working knowledge of basic accounting including the accounting equation Assets = Liability + Owner’s Equity.< Less