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Solicitors' Accounts Dale Kay

Solicitors' Accounts By Dale Kay

Solicitors' Accounts by Dale Kay

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Solicitors' Accounts provides comprehensive coverage of the areas of business and solicitors' accounts required by the Law Society. Using exercises and examples, students are taken through the principles of double-entry book-keeping and the methods involved in creating the final accounts of sole owners, partnerships, and companies.

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Solicitors' Accounts: A Practical Guide: 2008-2009 by Dale Kay

Solicitors' Accounts provides a user-friendly guide to a subject that often poses serious problems for students unfamiliar with the principles and practice of accounting. It provides comprehensive, up-to-date coverage of all areas required by the Law Society for business accounts and solicitors' accounts on the Legal Practice Course, including full coverage of double-entry book-keeping and final accounts of sole owners, partnerships and companies. It also deals with the Solicitors' Accounts Rules and the practical application of these in solicitors' accounts, including property and probate transactions. Each chapter starts with an overview of the areas to be covered and also states the learning objectives the student should aim to achieve. At the end of each chapter there is a checklist of the key areas students must be able to understand, followed by graded self-test questions which suggest to the student how long they should spend completing them and what they should move onto next. Written by experienced former LPC tutors, the guide is essential reading for students and reference source for practitioners.Online Resource Centre Solicitors' Accounts is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre providing interactive exercises for students and a test bank of questions for lecturers.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction to solicitors' accounts and basic bookkeeping; 2. The trial balance; 3. Final accounts; 4. Adjustments to final accounts; 5. Further adjustments to final accounts; 6. Partnership accounts; 7. Basic accounting concepts and trading accounts; 8. Company accounts; 9. Group companies and consolidated accounts; 10. Interpretation of accounts and accounting ratios; 11. Basic solicitors' accounts; 12. Transfers and mixed money; 13. Value added tax; 14. Financial statements and property transactions; 15. Deposit interest and interest payable to clients; 16. Probate transactions; 17. Further transactions; 18. Short answer questions and revision questions on solicitors' accounts

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Solicitors' Accounts: A Practical Guide: 2008-2009 by Dale Kay
Used - Very Good
Oxford University Press
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