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Computer Accounting Plain Guide Michael Fardon

Computer Accounting Plain Guide By Michael Fardon

Computer Accounting Plain Guide by Michael Fardon


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This easy-to-read, practical text for users of Sage 50 Accounts software is packed full of examples, practice activities and screenshots to guide you through fundamental computer accounting processes. Ideal if you are studying a Sage-based accounting course (IAB, OCR, City & Guilds) or using Sage in business.

Computer Accounting Plain Guide Summary

Computer Accounting Plain Guide: For Sage Accounts by Michael Fardon

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

About Michael Fardon

Debbie Board Debbie Board spent twenty-six years in the commercial sector before becoming a teacher and assessor of accounting. While working in the commercial sector she was responsible as director and office manager for the introduction of a Sage computerised accounting system in a multi-million pound business. She has continued to promote the use of computer accounting in a number of business roles. Debbie currently teaches computerised accounting and works as a freelance writer and business consultant. Michael Fardon Michael Fardon has extensive teaching experience of a wide range of business and accountancy courses at Worcester College of Technology where he also set up and ran computer accounting courses, using Sage software. His other texts covering Sage software include two editions of 'Computer Accounting' also published by Osborne Books. He currently uses Sage Line 50 in the business that he runs.

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

Additional information

GOR006908382
9781905777914
1905777914
Computer Accounting Plain Guide: For Sage Accounts by Michael Fardon
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Osborne Books Ltd
2013-03-31
316
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Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
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