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Bookkeeping (Level 1 and Level 2)

Bookkeeping I

Introduction to Bookkeeping • Bookkeeping Goals and Values • The Bookkeeping Mindset • The History of Bookkeeping • Computers and Bookkeeping Personnel • A Day in the Life of a Bookkeeping Professional • A Glossary of Accounting and Bookkeeping Documents

Bookkeeping II

Fundamental Bookkeeping Practices • The Purpose of Bookkeeping • The Balance Sheet • The Income Statement • Analyzing Transactions • Steps in The Bookkeeping Process • The Journal and the Ledger • Preparation of Financial Statements

Bookkeeping Module III

The Accounting Cycle • Adjusting Entries, Income Statement, Balance Sheet • Preparation of Closing Entries • Revisiting the Accounting Cycle • Post Closing Entries and Trial Balance • Practicing the Steps in the Accounting Cycle • Buying Merchandise Inventory • Selling Merchandise Inventory • Preparing Financial Statements for a Merchandise Company

Bookkeeping Module IV

Intermediate Bookkeeping Techniques • Subsidiary Ledgers and Special Journals • Using the Special Journals • Payroll and Taxes • Dealing with Cash • The Statement of Cash Flows • Accounting for Partnerships • Closing the Books

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