This guide offers a clear approach to book-keeping for business managers and students. It is suitable for use by sole traders, partnerships and limited companies, and includes full coverage of VAT and taxation. CONTENTS: Why you'll need proper business records - getting started - accounting for VAT - expanding your records as business grows - double entry book-keeping - doing the wages - alternative record keeping - preparing your annual accounts - how to use management information - taxation and your business - accounting for loans, hire purchase and leasing - dealing with your professional advisers About the author Peter Taylor is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and has many years' practical experience of advising small businesses.However, there are some matters you should think about before you go: 1 . ... If you dona#39;t already bank with the particular bank they will probably ask you for the names of two or three people they can approach for references. This is ... Decide how often you need bank statements to be issued to you: generally once a month is about right. ... Drawing up a bank reconciliation statement Each time you receive your bank statement, check the entries on the statement against your cash book.
|Title||:||Book-keeping & Accounting for the Small Business|
|Publisher||:||How To Books Ltd - 2003|