The HEART of Accounting (sprial-bound workbook)
John Day's short four-hour course has finally unveiled the mystery that seems to surround most accounting courses. His step-by-step approach systematically leads the student through a hands-on understanding of the basic accounting cycle, and how to prepare a small business financial statement.
Knowing how to write general journal entries (translating financial events into accounting transactions) is an essential skill that must be mastered in order to speak the language of business, which is accounting. This requires a solid grasp of how debits and credits work.
Unique to this course is John's innovative "six-step method" that makes these critical concepts easy to learn.
For those who want to hone their newly-acquired accounting skills, 100 practice journal entries related to sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations, and non-profit organizations are presented at the end of the course.
Part 1 - Double-Entry Accounting
- Accounting Framework
- Accounting Equations
Part 2 - The General Ledger
- Chart of Accounts
Part 3 - Financial Statements
- Sample Financial Statement
Part 4 - Debits &Credits
- The complete Accounting Model
Part 5 - The General Journal
- Transaction (a) through (p)
Part 6 - Posting to the General Ledger
Part 7 - Preparing a Trial Balance
Part 8 - Preparing the Financial Statements
It makes no difference whether it is the smallest business or the largest multi-national corporation, every business entity is required to use these core accounting concepts to organize and prepare their financial statements.
This course teaches the essential elements that make accounting work. This is the "heart" of accounting and serves a similar important function as the heart in a human being.
|About The Provider:
||John Day, Author of Real Life Accounting for Non-Accountants, has been a practicing accountant since 1978. Currently, he maintains an active accounting and tax practice in Santa Barbara, and Sonora, California.
The flagship of his business, Real Life Accounting for Non-Accountants, is a 20-hour online course with more than two thousand enrollees from over thirty countries around the world. The course also is taught in various career colleges, adult education centers, and public universities across the United States.
An accomplished author, John has written over twenty accounting articles and the following successful e-books: Dream or Nightmare: Four Must Do's Before Starting A Small Business. He is a contributing editor for national business online and print magazines, and pens a monthly ezine-newsletter with a substantial following.
John has also conducted live accounting seminars, including those for The Learning Annex in San Francisco and San Diego, California.
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CPA training, debits & credits, double-entry, accounting basics, balance sheet, assets, liabilities, income statements, equity, income, expense, net profit, basic accounting course, QuickBooks, small business accounting, accounting software, simply accounting, accounting 101, accounting tutorial, general journal entries, basic accounting terms, bookkeeping
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