Would you like to know more about bookkeeping for self-employed individuals, partnerships and other incorporated businesses or organizations? Are you interested in providing a professional bookkeeping service for others of for yourself? Do you have financial statements that are in need of tracking for you to see a better financial view of a business? Then this is the perfect course for you.
The purpose of this course is for you to learn the fundamental principles in bookkeeping, accounting, and financial statements. Be able to provide services such as filing self-assessment returns for sole traders, book keeping services for partnerships, accounts production for Not for Profit organizations and assistance with VAT.
In this challenging but dynamic course, you’ll be able to learn the principles of preparing financial statements, accounting and bookkeeping for different types of businesses. You can apply your knowledge in examining profit and overhead, recording transactions such as prepayments, refunds and credits, and addressing problems due to incomplete records. This course will provide you with skills and techniques to have organized and accurate financial statements for various registered businesses.
Unit 1: Principles of Double Entry bookkeeping
Unit 2: Principles of accounting for Not for Profit organisations
Unit 3: Fundamentals of incomplete records
Unit 4: Fundamentals of bookkeeping and accounting for Partnerships
Unit 5: Principles of preparing financial statements for Sole Traders
Unit 6: Principles of VAT
Unit 7: Recording transactions and make accounting adjustments
Unit 8: Preparing financial statements for a Sole Trader
Unit 9: Preparing financial statements for a Partnership
Unit 10: Preparing financial statements from incomplete records
Unit 11: Preparing financial statements for a Not for Profit organisations
Unit 12: Preparing VAT returns