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Keeping Financial Records for Business

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ISBN-10: 0538441534

ISBN-13: 9780538441537

Edition: 10th 2006 (Revised)

Authors: Robert Schultheis, Burton Kaliski, Robert Schultheis

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Master financial record keeping with KEEPING FINANCIAL RECORDS FOR BUSINESS! This up-to-date textbook equips you with a broad knowledge of business operations and the basic skills you need to keep better financial records. And developing record-keeping skills is far easier using he authors' step-by-step approach.
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Book details

List price: $85.95
Edition: 10th
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Cengage South-Western
Publication date: 3/11/2005
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 752
Size: 8.75" wide x 10.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.894
Language: English

Dr. Robert A. Schultheis has been a high school teacher, a university teacher educator, and a univeristy management information systems faculty member specializing in networking. He is the coauthor of textbooks in both high school business education and college-level information systems. He has retired from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville but continues to write, consult organizations on information system matters, and maintain web sites for organizations.

basic Record Keeping Skills
Record Keeping and the Computer
Entering Record Keeping Data
Verifying Record Keeping Data
Filing Numeric Data
Filing Alphabetic Data
Entering and Filing Data Electronically
Using Electronic Spreadsheets
Budget Records
Keeping a Personal Budget
Keeping a Family Budget
Keeping a Business Budget
Analyzing Budgets
Credit Records
Applying for Bank Credit Cards
Checking Your Credit Card Statement
Buying on the Installment Plan
Obtaining a Loan
Cash Receipts Records
Preparing and Recording Receipts
Using a Cash Register
Handling Refunds, Coupons, and Checks
Preparing Proofs of Cash
Preparing Cashier Reports
Preparing Bank Deposits
Checking Account Records
Opening a Bank Checking Account
Writing Checks
Keeping a Checkbook
Using a Check Register
Endorsing Checks
Savings Accounts and Other Bank Services
Reconciling Bank Statements
Handling Outstanding Deposits
Handling Bank Service Charges, Interest, and Errors
Petty Cash Records
Writing Petty Cash Vouchers
Classifying Business Expenses
Using a Petty Cash Book
Replenishing and Maintaining the Petty Cash Fund
Record Keeping For Sales Clerks
Completing Sales Slips
Computing Sales Tax on Merchandise
Computing Sales Tax on Goods and Services
Handling Charge Sales
Making Refunds on Charge Card Sales
Record Keeping For Retail Charge Sales
Keeping Records for Charge Customers
Handling Sales Returns
Preparing Customer Statements
Record Keeping For Accounts Receivable Clerks
Preparing Sales Invoices
Keeping Records of Customer Accounts
Using a Sales Journal
Using a Cash Receipts Journal
Using Sales and Cash Receipts Journals
Using a Sales Returns and Allowances Journal
Record Keeping For Stock Records Clerks
Keeping Stock Records
Checking Stock Records
Preparing Purchase Requisitions and Open Order Reports
Records Keeping For Purchase Order Clerks
Preparing Price Quotation Records
Preparing Purchase Orders
Preparing Receiving Reports
Checking and Filing Purchase Orders
Record Keeping For Accounts Payable Clerks
Keeping Creditor Accounts
Using a Purchases Journal and an Accounts Payable Ledger
Using a Cash Payments Journal and an Accounts Payable Ledger
Using a Purchases Journal, a Cash Payments Journal, and an Accounts Payable Ledger
Using a Purchases Returns and Allowances Journal and an Accounts Payable Ledger
Record Keeping For Small Businesses
Recording Income in a Cash Receipts Journal
Recording Income in a General Ledger
Using a Cash Receipts Journal and a General Ledger
Using a Cash Payments Journal
Recording Expenses in the General Ledger
Using a Cash Payments Journal and a General Ledger
Preparing a Trial Balance
Financial Statemetns For Small Businesses
Preparing an Income Statement
Using the Income Statement to Compute Taxes
Preparing a Capital Statement
Preparing a Balance Sheet
Preparing a Six-Column Work Sheet
Record Keeping For Payroll Clerks: Computing Gross Pay
Handling Time Cards
Computing Hourly Wages
Using a Payroll Register
Computing Overtime
Recording Overtime Wages in the Payroll Register
Computing Salaries and Commissions
Piecework Pay
Record Keeping For Payroll Clerks: Computing Net Pay
Computing Social Security Taxes
Using the Social Security Tax Table
Finding Wi