Computer Accounting Plain Guide

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    : 978 1905777 914

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    RRP £15.00
    Online discounted price £13.50
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    : 978 1905777 914

ISBN: 978 1905777 914
Author(s): Michael Fardon, Debbie Board
Paperback, 316 pages

This easy-to-read, practical text for Sage 50 Accounts 2012 is packed full of examples, practice activities and screenshots to guide you through fundamental computer accounting processes.

Scroll down to view a free downloadable sample chapter.

Ideal if you are studying a Sage-based accounting course (IAB, OCR, City & Guilds) or using Sage in business. Inside, you'll find step-by-step instructions on how to:

  • Use Sage 50 to help manage and control the finances of a business
  • Set up a business in Sage 50, including setting up customer and supplier records
  • Enter customer and supplier invoices and credit notes
  • Produce sales invoices both for products and services
  • Use Sage 50 to process sales and purchase orders
  • Manage stock using Sage 50
  • Enter customer receipts and supplier payments when selling and buying on credit
  • Enter cash payments and cash receipts (useful for retail businesses)
  • Perform a bank reconciliation
  • Set up recurring bank payments and receipts
  • Manage petty cash
  • Correct errors and carry out adjustments
  • Produce useful reports e.g. VAT Return, credit control reports, sales activity reports
  • Export data to other computer programs
  • Safeguard and protect accounting data (including how to back up and use passwords)

Also includes an optional, easy-to-read chapter on the principles of double-entry bookkeeping. 

Table of contents:

  1. Introduction to computer accounting
  2. Looking after the computer and data
  3. Setting up the business in Sage
  4. Setting up records for Customers and Suppliers
  5. Setting up the Nominal Ledger
  6. Selling to customers on credit
  7. Buying from suppliers on credit
  8. Products, Order Processing and Invoicing
  9. Customer and supplier payments
  10. Cash receipts and payments
  11. Bank accounts and recurring entries
  12. Reports and routines
  13. Corrections, Adjustments and Journals
  14. Double-entry bookkeeping and manual systems

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