by Peter Marshall
Publisher: How to Books 2006
Number of pages: 245
This popular book has helped thousands of people to learn book-keeping. It explains the principles of book-keeping, including the bank reconciliation, extracting a trial balance, writing up the petty cash book, accruals and prepayments, accounting for VAT, setting up a Limited Company, compiling a balance sheet, accounting for doubtful debts, etc.
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