Created especially for the Australian customer!
Take the stress out of bookkeeping with easy-to-follow advice from the experts
Do you have trouble balancing the books for your small business every month? Or are you a professional bookkeeper wishing to hone your skills? Whatever your bookkeeping needs, this practical guide to the ins and outs of business transactions will help you ensure that the numbers add up every time.
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Comments about Bookkeeping For Dummies, Australian And New Zealand Edition:
I used the book to gain an understanding of the GST and how it operates within Australia. The explanations are good and easy to follow. Don't expect the book to be a technical manual explaining bookkeeping basics such as debits and credits. It has a more narrative style, which suited me.
Part I: First Steps.
Chapter 1: Introducing the Bookkeeping Game.
Chapter 2: Creating a Framework.
Chapter 3: Going for the Big Equation.
Part II: Forming a Plan.
Chapter 4: Playing a Bookkeeper's Rhythm.
Chapter 5: Doing Business with Accounting Software.
Chapter 6: Safeguarding Against Fraud.
Chapter 7: Understanding GST.
Part III: Recording Day-to-Day Transactions.
Chapter 8: Recording Expenses and Payments.
Chapter 9: Recording Receipts and Sales.
Chapter 10: Paying Employees.
Chapter 11: Reconciling Accounts.
Part IV: Pulling It All Together.
Chapter 12: Reporting for Payroll.
Chapter 13: Managing Inventory and Other Assets.
Chapter 14: Mastering Tricky Situations.
Chapter 15: Checking Your Work.
Part V: Building Reports.
Chapter 16: Creating Financial Reports.
Chapter 17: Understanding Financial Reports.
Chapter 18: Starting a New Financial Year.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 19: Ten Tips for Not-for-Profi t Organisations.
Chapter 20: Ten Tricks for Collecting Money.
Chapter 21: Ten Words of Advice for Contract Bookkeepers.
Number Of Pages: 389
Published: 12th May 2010
Dimensions (cm): 23.1 x 18.3 x 3.3
Edition Number: 1