Using A New, Never Seen Before Unique Method That’s Easier To Understand Than Elementary School Arithmetic, You Can Now Find Out How Easy It Really Is To Understand The Fundamental Concepts Of Basic Bookkeeping, A 500 Year-Old Venetian Art That Is Woven Into The Fabric Of The Worldwide Business Community Today.
Are YOU one of the billions of people worldwide, that this E-book would help? If you can identify yourself with some, or even only one, of the following groups of people, then you most certainly are:
- Second or even third year students who get distracted from more complicated issues by still having to think long and hard about relatively simple bookkeeping entries
- Fairly new accounting students, just beginning their study courses
- Business people who want to keep their own manual records
- Just ordinary family men, women, or couples, who want to keep better track of their income, and to where it is disappearing
- Business people or computer operators who are just interested to know how their computer programs keep their records straight
- Anybody else who is fascinated how accountants can produce balance sheets that “balance”.
Here’s just some of the things you’ll discover when you get inside:
- By referring to the never-before seen diagram which is included in the book, how to know when an entry should be a debit or a credit
- Which accounts in the ledger require to be adjusted, to ensure that the ledger, as a whole, accurately reflects the position of your or your client’s enterprise
- Discover whether an account “Tells A Story” or “Paints A Picture”…. I’m sure that you’ve never heard of either of those concepts before in any of the boring old bookkeeping text books you may have labored through in the past
- How to decide whether an accrual or prepayment needs to be reversed in the following month or year, thus avoiding the possibility of duplicating a charge against the profits
- Finally, there’s another unique concept to make things even clearer….Is an account “A Goodie” or “A Baddie”? What the devil can I mean by that? Don’t worry, this great little book makes sense of it all.