Accounting Handbook (Barron's Accounting
Handbook) by Joel G. Siegel
Ph.D. CPA and Jae K. Shim Ph.D (Hardcover -
Jan 1, 2006). Barron''s Educational Series; 4 edition (January 1, 2006).
The new edition of this authoritative
reference volume belongs on the bookshelf of every accountant, bookkeeper, accounting
manager, business manager, and student majoring in business administration. Its early
chapters present an overview of financial accounting with focus on financial statements,
reporting requirements such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and Corporate governance,
management/cost accounting, analysis of financial statements, and up-to-date information
on taxation. More information
Bookkeeping For Dummies (For Dummies (Business
& Personal Finance)) by Lita, MBA Epstein (Paperback - Nov 28, 2006). For Dummies
(November 28, 2006).
The friendly, easy-to-use guide to bookkeeping
basics. More information
Simple by David A. Flannery (Paperback
- May 17, 2005). Made Simple; 3rd edition (May 17, 2005).
A streamlined introduction to record keeping,
accounting, and more, Bookkeeping Made Simple takes the mystery out of financial
jargon for small-business owners and students. Completely up to date, this comprehensive
edition now covers the complete accounting cycle, making it easier than ever to master the
math of commerce. More information
How to Open your own in-home bookkeeping service 2nd
edition by Julie Mucha-aydlott (Perfect Paperback - April 4, 2007). San
Diego Business Accounting Solutions; 2nd edition (April 4, 2007).
Accountant Julie A Mucha has distilled her
experience into a book called How to Open Your Own In-Home Bookkeeping Service. More information
I have QuickBooks, Now
What? by Julie Mucha-Aydlott (Paperback
- April 23, 2007). San Diego Business Accounting Solutions; 2nd edition (April 23, 2007).
There are many QuickBooks instruction guides
out in circulation, but there is only one that answers the questions for the
under-educated entrepreneur. More information
Records for Business by S.
Kaliski, Robert Schultheis, and Daniel Passalacqua (Hardcover - Mar 11, 2005). South-Western
Educational Pub; 10 edition (March 11, 2005).
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. More information
Keeping the Books:
Basic Recordkeeping and Accounting for the Successful Small Business (Keeping the Books) by Linda Pinson (Paperback - Jan 2, 2007). Kaplan Business; 7
edition (January 2, 2007).
User-friendly and packed with
easy-to-understand illustrations, worksheets, and forms, this popular financial reference
tool is completely updated, and replete with the variety of IRS forms that entrepreneurs
have to be familiar with. From updating car and transportation expenses to exploding
the myths around independent contractors, the author presents everything a small company
needs to know to maintain proper records.More information
Book-Keeping: A Complete Guide to the Principles and Practice of Business Accounting by
Peter Marshall (Paperback - Feb 2006). How
to Books; 7th edition (February 2006). More information
Streetwise Finance and
Accounting: How to Keep Your Books and Manage Your Finances Without an MBA, a CPA, or a
Ph.D. by Suzanne Caplan (Paperback -
Jan 15, 2000). Adams Media; 1st edition (January 15, 2000). More information
The Complete Book of
Corporate Forms, Second Edition (Includes 2 CD-ROMs) by James Ray (Paperback - Sep 1, 2005). Sphinx Publishing; 2nd
edition (September 1, 2005).
Documenting your corporate actions is crucial
to ensuring proper compliance with banking and tax regulations, as well as protecting
yourself against any personal liability claims. The Complete Book of Corporate Forms
provides you with over 130 common forms every business needs. Complete with step-by-step
instructions, sample forms and additional clauses to create forms specific to your
situation, you can quickly and confidently respond to any situation that needs attention. More information
Why Wills Won't Work (If You Want to Protect Your
Assets): Safeguard Your Estate for the Ones You Really Love by
Armond Budish (Hardcover - May 17, 2007). Avery (May 17, 2007).
For most people drawing up a will, making sure
their inheritance is secure for their spouse, children, grandchildren, or other family
members is a top priority. And though they may think they're taking care of their loved
ones' future with the traditional planning a will offers, the reality is that down the
line their designated heirs may never see a dime. More information
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