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Computerized Accounting with Sage 50 2017

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Computerized Accounting with Sage 50 2017 Text and HS eBook with 1-year access
ISBN: 978-0-76387-613-5
$147.56
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Computerized Accounting with Sage 50 2017 HS eBook with 1-year access (code via email)
ISBN: 978-0-76387-608-1
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Author(s): Jim Mazza and Gary Chavez

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Includes access to Sage 50® Software, Educational Version.

Paradigm designed this title so students can practice all of the basic accounting activities supported in the 2017 version of the Sage 50® software. Detailed step-by-step explanations followed by hands-on exercises provide students ample practice opportunities to ensure mastery. After completing Computerized Accounting with Sage 50® 2017, students will understand how to setup a new company, build a chart of accounts, enter beginning balances in the general ledger, process transactions, prepare  nancial statements, reconcile accounts for a service business, and process payroll.

While using Computerized Accounting with Sage 50® 2017, students will:

  • Learn software procedures through step-by-step instructions while examining screen captures.
  • Gain insight into processes through hints and identi ed key phrases, which are included in the textbook margins.
  • Assess their comprehension with checkpoint features that appear at the end of each major chapter section.
  • Test their knowledge of learning objectives through practice exercises and two levels of comprehensive case problems.
  • Sharpen their critical-thinking skills while completing end-of-chapter writing and decision-making problems that relate to learning objectives.
  • Learn the importance of soft skills in today’s workplace through Cooperative Learning team activities.
Table of Contents
  1. Getting Started.
  2. Setting Up a Company.
  3. Entering Transactions for a Cash Business.
  4. Accounts Receivable and Sales for a Business.
  5. Accounts Payable and Purchases for a Service Business.
  6. Cash Payments and Cash Receipts.
  7. Preparing the Financial Statement.
  8. Preparing of Inventory in a Merchandise Business.
  9. Sales of Inventory in a Merchandise Business.
  10. Payroll.
  11. Job Costing.
  12. Partnerships and Corporations.
  13. Appendix: Fixed Assests.