Bookkeeping for Dummies. PDF/EPUB ↠ Bookkeeping for

Bookkeeping for Dummies. [PDF / Epub] ★ Bookkeeping for Dummies. Author Jane Kelly – Thomashillier.co.uk The easiest way to master the art of bookkeeping Accurate bookkeeping is crucial to every business but few people relish the task This straight talking guide simplifies every aspect of financial recor The easiest way to master the art of bookkeeping Accurate bookkeeping is crucial to every business but few people relish the task This straight talking guide simplifies every aspect of financial record keeping, walking you through all the basic skills you need From tracking transactions and keeping ledgers to producing balance sheets and year end reports, this book makes bookkeeping your best friend in business.


10 thoughts on “Bookkeeping for Dummies.

  1. Andrea Andrea says:

    I may be rating this a little higher than it deserves, as I haven t found anything in this category I m completely satisfied with I was able to get the information I needed out of the book, but, for someone with absolutely no background in accounting which is the intended audience, I assume the whole issue of how double entries work is counterintuitive and the explanation in this book was not as clear as it could have been I ended up going to another book to reread the section on journals an I may be rating this a little higher than it deserves, as I haven t found anything in this category I m completely satisfied with I was able to get the information I needed out of the book, but, for someone with absolutely no background in accounting which is the intended audience, I assume the whole issue of how double entries work is counterintuitive and the explanation in this book was not as clear as it could have been I ended up going to another book to reread the section on journals and accounts, which eventually clarified that point I think if the book had started with some very simple examples rather than beginning with examples from fairly large, complex businesses, they could have gone over the major ideas and then gone on tocomplex examples Also, as in many books of this type, there needed to beexamples However, compared to anything else I looked at, I would consider this the best simple introduction for the teach yourself bookkeeper that I came across


  2. Linda Walters Linda Walters says:

    Great introduction or refresher.


  3. Marie Marie says:

    Good overview of bookkeeping for this particular dummy.


  4. Adrienna Adrienna says:

    2.5 stars


  5. Claire (Clairby11xxx) Claire (Clairby11xxx) says:

    Not finishing due to work


  6. Inma Inma says:

    The book is the American version, and it covers bookkeeping from the American point of view As a person living in Ireland I found that most of the book was easily translated to bookkeeping in Ireland or the UK Only the part dedicated to payroll and taxes was exclusively American, that might be about 20% or less of the book And even that part might be interesting from an Irish or UK point of view.Once you get over the fact that the book is destined to an American public and make a bit of tran The book is the American version, and it covers bookkeeping from the American point of view As a person living in Ireland I found that most of the book was easily translated to bookkeeping in Ireland or the UK Only the part dedicated to payroll and taxes was exclusively American, that might be about 20% or less of the book And even that part might be interesting from an Irish or UK point of view.Once you get over the fact that the book is destined to an American public and make a bit of translation the book is simply terrific It covers bookkeeping from the basics, covering a little bit of software and it does not assume you have some prior knowledge of bookkeeping or accountancy It goes further than just covering the basics and it s the perfect book for anyone interested in bookkeeping, anyone that is going to take over the bookkeeping tasks in an office, or just simply someone that wants to refresh their skills or have it as a reference It s really easy to read and everything is explained very clearly.Fantastic book, and highly recommend it


  7. Micheal Micheal says:

    I needed to learn a bit of book keeping and of course the double entry bookkeeping for my Financial accounting ACCA F3 course and this book was of help to me.The UK side of the book was also of help to me for my ACCA exams while it can get a bit wordy and boring sometimes , I think that s just fair given that the subject of the book is also not that interesting overall I think that Epstein has done a great job and I really liked the book.


  8. H M Reynolds H M Reynolds says:

    This is a good volume to get if you want to learn about what is involved in bookkeeping and know relatively little about it.If you plan to take it up as a career, you might want to consider doing a professional qualification, which will acquaint you with bookkeeping in greater depth However, this is a great place to start.


  9. deleted d deleted d says:

    Looks complicated , but good for general look what accounting looks like for bigger companies


  10. Pat Murphy Pat Murphy says:

    This book would be better for me if I was better educated.


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