×

AAT L3 Accounts Preparation 1

1 offered
Loan only
Swansea, Wales, United Kingdom
Delivery possible (see below)
BadgeAvailable to trusted members only

Level 3 Diploma in Accounting: Accounts Preparation 1

This is a 2011 Level 3 study book for students of The Association of Accounting Technicians.

Note: If you are planning to join an AAT course, this book is NOT SUITABLE for you to use as it will be out of date. I offer it as information for any layperson who is interested in learning this topic.

NOTE: Although this is listed as ' to borrow', I am happy to offer it as 'free to keep' as long as it is again offered on Sharebay by the new keeper.

Designed to develop basic double entry bookkeeping skills and knowledge, dealing with more advanced and complex situations required for preparing final accounts, introducing fixed assets and the extended trial balance.

1. Accounting principles
2. Accounting concepts
3. Purchase of non-current (fixed) assets
4. Depreciation of non-current (fixed) assets
5. Disposal of non-current (fixed) assets
6. Accruals and prepayments
7. Inventory (stock)
8. Irrecoverable debts and doubtful receivables (doubtful debts)
9. Bank reconciliations
10. Control account reconciliations
11. The trial balance, errors and the suspense account
12. The extended trial balance


(1 offered)

Offered by:

Ninja Dave
Ninja Dave

Level 3 Diploma in Accounting: Accounts Preparation 1

This is a 2011 Level 3 study book for students of The Association of Accounting Technicians.

Note: If you are planning to join an AAT course, this book is NOT SUITABLE for you to use as it will be out of date. I offer it as information for any layperson who is interested in learning this topic.

NOTE: Although this is listed as ' to borrow', I am happy to offer it as 'free to keep' as long as it is again offered on Sharebay by the new keeper.

Designed to develop basic double entry bookkeeping skills and knowledge, dealing with more advanced and complex situations required for preparing final accounts, introducing fixed assets and the extended trial balance.

1. Accounting principles
2. Accounting concepts
3. Purchase of non-current (fixed) assets
4. Depreciation of non-current (fixed) assets
5. Disposal of non-current (fixed) assets
6. Accruals and prepayments
7. Inventory (stock)
8. Irrecoverable debts and doubtful receivables (doubtful debts)
9. Bank reconciliations
10. Control account reconciliations
11. The trial balance, errors and the suspense account
12. The extended trial balance


(1 offered)

Posted in Education & Knowledge 3 months ago. Viewed 52 times.

Designed by ezWeb.ie 🌳 Powered by Wildhost
Sharebay.org is a trade-free site