This book is THE premier book on bookkeeping, written by a CPA who worked his way up through all of the bookkeeping positions, and has obtained or served supervisory level positions/roles in every facet of his career - including corporate accounting, public accounting and governmental audit work This book covers ALL of the Topics and ALL of the Tasks - associated with Full-Charge Bookkeeping. Don't let the unassuming / plain English style fool you. With any and all new terminology defined in both the body of the text, plus a glossary, the author made a conscious decision to focus the writing style for a high school graduate, who may want to pursue a career in bookkeeping. Speaking of definitions, a full-charge bookkeeper is one who performs all of the bookkeeping tasks of any small/medium-sized business, including Payroll, Payroll Taxes, Financial Statements etc - with little or no supervision. A full-charge bookkeeper may also work for a medium-sized business, reporting directly to Accounting Management, and perhaps having one or two clerks reporting to him or her. *Coverage of tasks includes: Accounts Payable (A/P), Accounts Receivable (A/R), Payroll, Payroll Taxes, Financial Statements... *Coverage of topics includes: General Ledger, Debits and Credits, Industry specifics, Accounting Basics... >Includes Checklists: like the New Job Checklist & the Master Calendar. >Includes All Forms a Bookkeeper Might Need: like Petty Cash Receipts, Record Retention Form, etc. // Home Study Course Edition = 195 pages in 12 Chapters & 8 Appendices, including a 40 page Study Outline and 20 page Test Bank, 8.5" x 11" // This is a rubber-meets-the-road handbook/manual. >Other coverage topics include: *Breaking Into This Field of Money Handling; *Questions to Ask During The Job Interview; *Getting Organized When Hired // Finally, you may want to give your career a boost, by becoming a "Certified Full-Charge Bookkeeper". >Benefits include: *Personal confidence knowing you know this subject; *Resume' boost; *Certificate suitable for framing; *Wallet card; *Independent verification (of Certification) for employers; Visit: www.Full-ChargeBookkeeping.comwww.Full-ChargeBookkeeper.com // Den Publishing Company >It's Amazing What You Can Accomplish In A Den.
About the Author
Nick is a nationally published CPA, with 20 years experience in corporate and public accounting - having reached supervisory levels in both. Nick established a national presence in 2001 with his article, "The New Face of the IRS" - written for the Institute of Management Accountant's (IMA) flagship publication Strategic Finance magazine - January 2001 issue. Nick obtained a Business Degree, with concentrations in Accounting and Finance from the University of New Mexico, as well as an Engineering Degree from the University of Notre Dame. Nick's extensive experience, includes having held bookkeeping positions: Bookkeeping Assistant, Intermediate Bookkeeper, Full-Charge Bookkeeper, and Bookkeeping Supervisor. He has written many accounting procedures for various employers. Nick is both author & founder of Den Publishing Company.