4.60/5 stars (284 customer reviews)

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Discover the fast, fun way to learn debits and credits in one sitting (around 2 hours). Even if you are a novice, the step-by-step instruction, cemented with reinforcement quizzes, can turn you into a skilled bookkeeper.

ISBN:9781884826627
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73 pages [29 self-teaching + 44 self-quizzes with detailed answers]

Master double-entry bookkeeping/accounting in one short sitting —around 2 hours.

Ideal before you start any accounting course, for on-the-job training or to nail down a skill you may feel insecure about.

Section 1: How a business keeps track of its money. How bookkeeping measures every item and activity in dollars. The “chart of accounts” made easy. Self-quiz makes sure you really know it.

Section 2: Every transaction affects two or more accounts. When you buy a car your Asset—Car account goes up, but your Cash account goes down. When you buy an ad in the local paper, your Advertising Expense account goes up, but so does your Accounts Payable (bills that are payable later). Filled with examples. Double- quiz lets you practice as if you were on the job.

Section 3: Recording journal entries. Pick up the simple rules of double-entry bookkeeping. Which amounts go in which accounts and how to show this. Filled with examples. Double-quiz lets you practice until you know it cold.

Section 4: The general ledger accounts. Shows you what a ledger account looks like on a computer v. on paper. Explains how journal entries you learned go into the accounts. Now learn how to quickly find and retrieve financial information from the accounts—such as:

  • your company’s cash balance
  • your company’s sales for any month
  • which bills your company has paid or not paid

And other financial information. Double-quiz lets you practice finding and retrieving financial information fast!

Section 5: The income statement and balance sheet. Snapshot of the financial statements and how they are compiled from the general ledger accounts.

Section 6: The accounting cycle. An overview of the accounting process from start to finish.

Publisher: AIPB

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  1. Ragin

    Easy to follow and understand. I appreciate having the double quizzes at the end of each chapter to test and help solidify the skills.

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  2. Jayne Franzino Romero

    These courses are the real deal in the bookkeeping world. AIPB organization is the only entity that has a trademark on the title “Certified Bookkeeper” (CB). All other organizations can only go through them and charge more for the same certification. These are very detailed, comprehensive courses and they’re excellent.

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  3. Crystal Givens

    Crystal Givens

    I found it very informative, but I did not like that when I download the books, it downloads as a solid graphic and not as a graphic with text. This didn’t allow me, who has vision problems, to listen to them with a text reader as well as reading. It took me a lot longer than normal to process the book than I would have otherwise. It would also be nice if videos and other interactive demonstrations were provided with the course. Very limited to be online in book format.

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  4. SHAMEKA

    Has a new Bookkeeper the material was very informative.I will be ordering more material

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  5. MAGDY

    A good elementary course

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  6. KATHLEEN

    I thought the course was a good review if you were already trained in double-entry bookkeeping. That said, I think the course would be better if it included additional basic/introductory lessons to help those whose first training was 30 years ago.

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