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|Contents:||01 introduction 02 case studies 03 your bank account: 04 a simple cashbook; 05 analysis columns: layout;managing your creditors; 06 payments - filing: filing invoices;managing your creditors; 07 payments - cheque book:running totals;old cheque books 08 payments - cashbook: 09 non-allowable expenses: 10 purchase of equipment: scope of this chapter; recording transactions; capital allowance calculations 11 credit cards: scope of this chapter; how to use a credit card for business; bill paid in full; when only part of the bill is paid off; filing;notes on timing 12 petty cash: cheque reimbursement;imprest petty cash system 13 receipts - filing: cash or credit?; 14 receipts - paying-in book: credit business; cash business 15 receipts - cashbook: 16 capital introduced: 17 end of month procedures: 18 VAT; scope of this chapter; 19 wages: scope of this chapter; 20 end of year totals: cashbook totals;adjustment for balances brought forward;further adjustments 21 adjustments for payments:recording the adjustments;possible adjustments 22 adjustments to receipts: debtors; 23 transfer to tax return: 24 trial balance: introduction; 25 final accounts: adjusting payments; 26 budgeting and cash-flow forecasting: 27 costing and pricing: introduction; 28 computerisation: introduction; appendix 1: ten top tips for choosing an accountant appendix 2: jargonbuster appendix 3: stationery list appendix 4: recording sales of assets in a set of accounts index|
|Responsibility:||by David Lloyd.|
"A clear, lucid guide to a field that for the first timer can be baffling and time consuming...a must for every sole proprietor" - The Independent "You can't do better than this inexpensive volume" -