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Keeping Financial Records for Business

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ISBN-10: 0538633174

ISBN-13: 9780538633178

Edition: 8th 1995 (Workbook)

Authors: Burton S. Kaliski, Robert A. Schultheis, Daniel Passalacqua

List price: $39.95
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Equip users with a broad knowledge of the basic skills theyUll need to keep better financial records in sales or support occupations. In addition to user answer forms, the working papers include additional practice problems. There are three sets of working papers.
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Book details

List price: $39.95
Edition: 8th
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: Cengage South-Western
Publication date: 5/28/1994
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 784
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.144
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.

Daniel Passalacqua teaches accounting at Oak Grove High School in San Jose, CA.

Basic Record Keeping Skills
Budget Records
Credit Records
Cash Receipts Records
Checking Account Records
Petty Cash Records
Record Keeping for Salesclerks
Record Keeping for Retail Charge Sales
Record Keeping for Accounts Receivable Clerks
Record Keeping for Stock Record Clerks
Record Keeping for Purchase Order Clerks
Record Keeping for Accounts Payable Clerks
Record Keeping for Small Businesses
Financial Statements for Small Businesses
Record Keeping for Payroll Clerks: Computing Gross Pay
Record Keeping for Payroll Clerks: Computing Net Pay
Appendices