This book offers a step-by-step guide to basic accounting and financial management techniques. It is written in plain language for people who have no previous experience of accounting and book-keeping. In this second edition of a best-selling book first published in 1992, each section is followed by activities to practise the material covered. Solutions are also included. The systems described are not specific to development programmers. This book should be useful to any small group which needs to keep accurate records of its financial transactions.Comments on the reconciliation ac The figures here have been given a letter, for example [A], to show which amounts ... Some banks will allow you to write this on the face of a cheque (for example, a#39;amount not to exceed two hundred ...a#39;). 5 Any money that you receive should be deposited with the bank as often as practical.
|Title||:||Basic Accounting for Small Groups|
|Publisher||:||Oxfam - 2002|