Book-keeping and Accounts is aimed at new entrepreneurs. By following the cycle of events a typical new business follows, it gives the reader the basic knowledge of what needs to be done and how to do it. Examples, In plain English throughout, will explain topics as required. The inclusion of an appendix with sample of accounting software screens and perhaps some Excel sheets increase the value of the book. The reader will understand how to prepare a basic business plan from an accounting perspective, converse at a basic level with accountants and comprehend and analysis basic accounting information. By following the cycle of event taken by an upcoming entrepreneur, The text will relate easily to this audience. The inclusion of software/spreadsheets will enhance the text and encourage readers to engage. But you don't have to be an expert to manage your company's finances. Read Book-keeping and Accounts for Entrepreneurs to learn all the tricks and tips from an expert to ensure your business flies a find out how to: ac acMaster finance essentials acApply the essentials to your business now acPrepare and present impressive business plans. acTrack costs to maximise profits. acAnalyse and value your business to boost its success. Martin Quinn is a full-time Lecturer in Accounting at Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland. Previous to this he has eleven years experience in accounting and IT roles in the manufacturing sector. He is an Associate member of CIMA. He is also a registered PhD student at the University of Dundee aiming to complete his PhD in early 2009. He has contributed to two academic texts in the past two years: Drury, C. Management a Cost accounting, 7 edition a 14 half page 'real world views' McLaney a Atrill, Accounting, An introduction, 4 edition a a series of key concepts For The MAL tool and a review of questions within MALYour delivery van breaks down so you get a mechanic to repair it. Your tumble dryer is not working too well and you learn that the mechanic is also quite handy at repairing appliances. The mechanic repairs both your van and tumble dryer.
|Title||:||Book-keeping and Accounts for Entrepreneurs|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2009|