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Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks 2013

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Print Edition
Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks 2013 - Text with CD and 140-day Trial CD
ISBN: 978-0-76385-314-3
$151.90
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Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks 2013 - eBook with 140-day Trial CD
ISBN: 978-0-76385-316-7
$106.57

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Pages: 608 | Copyright: 2013

Author(s): Kathleen Villani and James B. Rosa

Overview

Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks® 2013 teaches both accountant and non-accountant students how to use QuickBooks 2013, one of the most popular general ledger software packages for small- and medium-sized businesses. With this text, students gain an understanding of the accounting concepts as they are processed in the software. The text is designed around features that support student mastery of skills and concepts, while providing flexibility in approach for instructors. The Instructor Resources CD includes a wealth of resources that ease and enhance course instruction, including teaching hints, lecture notes, a sample course syllabi, case studies, mid-term and final exams, and more.

After completing Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks® 2013, students will be able to create a company file, run accounts receivable and accounts payable, manage time-tracking and payroll, track inventory and fixed assets, manage budgets, maintain ledgers and journals, and create reports.

Key Features

  • Includes 140-day trail CD of QuickBooks Pro and Accountant 2013 Student Trial Edition Software.
  • Features case problems, a comprehensive problem, procedure reviews, and quizzes to ensure software mastery.
  • Challenges students to create a company file, run accounts receivable and accounts payable, manage time-tracking and payroll, track inventory and fixed assets, manage budgets, maintain ledgers and journals, and create reports.
  • Offers helpful instructor resources that make teaching easy and allow for course flexibility.
  • Introduces New Company Setup after basic accounting concepts are addressed.
  • Uses a Building-Block Approach that teaches what to do and why after each step in each exercise.
  • Includes Practice Exercises that require students to apply new skills immediately after completing stepped exercises.
  • Author-prepared Company Starter Files coincide with chapters and build in complexity.
  • Provides a Procedure Review at the end of each chapter that offers excellent reinforcement of learning and review for exams.
  • Features a strong emphasis on accounting concepts. Each chapter begins with an Accounting Overview with an introduction of software features.
Table of Contents

Preface

1. QuickBooks 2013:Overview, Open a Company File, Create Backup Copy, restore a Backup Copy

2. Vendors: Enter Bills, Pay Bills, and Cash Payments

3. Customers: Create Invoices, Receive Payments, Enter Sales Receipts, and Make Deposits

4. Period-End Procedures: Make General Journal Entries

5. Inventory: Receive Items, Sell Items, Process Sales Discounts, Adjust Quantity/Value on Hand, and Pay Sales Tax

6. New Company Setup--Advanced Setup: EasyStep Interview and QuickBooks Setup

7. New Company Setup—Express Start: Set Up Company  Preferences

8. Payroll Setup: Custom Setup

9. Payroll Processing: Pay Employees, Pay Payroll Liabilities, and Process Payroll Forms

10. Banking: Transfer Funds, Reconcile Accounts, and Enter Credit Card Charges

11. Jobs and Time Tracking: Record Job Income, Record Job Payroll Expenses, Track Time for Employees and Jobs, and Create Customer Statements

12. Customizing Your Company File: Desktop, Reports, Invoices, Letters, Memorized Transactions, and Fiscal Year

Appendices A – J

Index