Accounting: For Small Businesses QuickStart Guide is full of fun, educational example scenarios that illustrate how accounting principles function in small business environments with an eye for improvement.
Accounting: For Small Businesses QuickStart Guide – Understanding Accounting For Your Sole Proprietorship, Startup, & LLC
Are you ready to optimize the financial foundation of your business? Are you leaving money on the table?
The ENHANCED & EXPANDED SECOND EDITION is now even easier and more helpful than before!
Learn how to control your cash flow, audit-proof your business, and increase your profits. Our Accounting for Small Businesses QuickStart Guide provides superior value in an easy-to-read, informative format. For entrepreneurial readers or accounting students genuinely interested in learning how to apply basic accounting principles in business, this guide provides a fast, efficient path to understanding in a self-paced learning environment.
There are examples for each foundational accounting principle.
Accounting can be difficult for new learners. And no one has more hats to wear than small business owners. That’s why this QuickStart Guide is full of fun, educational example scenarios that illustrate how accounting principles function in small business environments with an eye for improvement.
You Don’t Need to Hire a CFO or Enlist the Services of a CPA
Small business owners thrive on self-reliance. Accounting is known as the true “language of business,” and if you’re ready to find your fluency and boost your bottom line, then this QuickStart Guide is the perfect starting point.
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- Double-entry accounting
- The relationship between assets, liabilities, and equity
- Accrual accounting vs. cash accounting
- The creation and application of financial statements
- The Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
- Detecting and preventing fraud
- Optimizing record keeping
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