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Double Entry Bookkeeping Training at Globalnest Solutions
Objective Explain basic accounting to programmers
Advantages to you
I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.
Session 1 Plan for three sessions Rules of Accounting Books of Accounts Case 1 (Trial Balance) Case 2 (Trading A/c, P&L A/c)
Session 2 Case 3 Inventory Depreciation Provisions Loans Cash Flow Accruals
Session 3 Case 4 Trading Account Profit & Loss Account Balance Sheet Q & A
Rules of Accounting 1.Debit what comes in. Credit what goes out. 2.Debit the receiver. Credit the giver. 3.Debit the expenses/losses. Credit incomes/gains.
Books of Accounts Journal (Book of Prime Entry) Ledger
Prof Seema Chakrabarti Preparing books of Accounts…..
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Accruals and Prepayments Accruals in the balance sheet are (current) liabilities, prepayments are (current) assets. They arise because of the accruals.
G P Sessions, JD Work Sheets Accounting 1 Chapter 6.
REVISION LECTURE INTRO TO ACCOUNTING A. Revision Areas Be able to prepare and explain: –trial balance & balance sheet –profit and loss account –cash flow.
UNIT - VII. INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING.
1 Accounts Questions Introduction to Business Accounting Week 4.
Open a sundry creditor account (separate to trade creditor) Disposal of Non current Asset.
Accounts with Inventory Multiple Godown. Multiple Currencies Reconciliation Voucher Class. Budget and Controls Price List Export and Import of Data Batch.
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1 Bookkeeping Success! We need a certain delight in tending the books, like in tending a garden. ~ Connie Harvey.
Accounting and Financial Reporting Back to Table of Contents.
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The Mechanics of Accounting The Mechanics of Accounting C H A P T E R 3.
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Unit # 3 – Recording Transactions in T-Accounts. We will now learn that when dealing with balances in All Accounts, you will need to know: Debit means.
Double-Entry Accounting When a business receives something of value, it must give up something of value in return.
Demonstration Problem Chapter 4 – Exercise 11 Record Transactions and Adjustments Accounting What the Numbers Mean 10e.
© 2012 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. Principles of Business, 8e C H A P T E R 12 SLIDE Financial Planning Financial Records.
Sales Journal Do you know what is Sales Journal? Yes, I know of course. It is a list recording all credit sales for each period.
Posting Column Totals from a Journal to a general Ledger Accounting 1, Chapter 5 – Section 3.
Posting Separate Amounts from a Journal to a General Ledger Accounting 1, Chapter 5 – Section 2.
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Returns of Stock Chapter 13. Two Types There are basically two types of returns: purchase returns and sales returns. A purchase return occurs when stock.
1 RECORDING TRANSACTION TO GENERAL LEDGER To simplify of recording transaction in a company needs a basic procedure To Process of recording transaction.
Home. Copyright © by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Glencoe Accounting The work sheet organizes general ledger account information.
Revenues & Expenses Other Terms Review Potpourri $100100$100100$ $200200$200200$ $300300$300300$ $400400$400400$ $ Dr/Cr.
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