Bookkeeping Manual and Computerised 3rd Edition from Gill and Macmillan uses the same tasks in both the manual and computerised sections thus reinforcing the learning of both.
New 3rd edition of this bestselling text provides instruction on how to record, edit, interpret and analyse financial data using manual and computerised bookkeeping systems.
Presents three different company accounts for a total of six monthly periods, illustrating the basic principles and entries of bookkeeping.
The same tasks are used in both the manual and computerised sections, facilitating comparison of results.
Section 1: Manual Bookkeeping
Explains how to:
Identify source documents
Choose an appropriate daybook
Make a correct daybook entry
Transfer daybook entries into various ledgers
Produce a trial balance and understand its function in identifying errors in accounts.
Introduces the process of cross-checking as a means of identifying errors in daybooks.
Explains and demonstrates the process of bank reconciliation.
Illustrates how to produce a VAT 3 form.
Section 2: Computerised Bookkeeping
Written for the TASBooks package, but can easily be adapted to suit other bookkeeping accounts packages.
Details how to:
Install the TASBooks program
Clear down data
Set up new companies, customers, suppliers, nominal accounts and products
Enter source documents into the program accounts
Generate computer-based reports and compare these to the daybooks and ledgers completed in the manual section.
Screen shots used throughout illustrate concepts and methods in an easy, step-by-step manner.
Includes a sample project and sample examination for the FETAC level 5 module, complete with sample solutions and marking schemes.
Required source documents are provided in a separate booklet, suitable for use with both the manual and computerised sections.