Accounting Made Simple

Author: Mike Piper
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781548494551
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Accounting by Joe Booth is a developer's guide to basic accounting. Written with business app development in mind, Booth discusses some of the most common accounting processes, including assets, multiple accounts, journaling, posting, inventory, and payroll. An appendix includes SQL code examples to get you started with several basic accounting transactions. This updated and expanded second edition of Book provides a user-friendly introduction to the subject, Taking a clear structural framework, it guides the reader through the subject's core elements. A flowing writing style combines with the use of illustrations and diagrams throughout the text to ensure the reader understands even the most complex of concepts. This succinct and enlightening overview is a required reading for all those interested in the subject . We hope you find this book useful in shaping your future career & Business.

Cost Accounting Made Simple

Author: Mike Piper
Publisher: Simple Subjects
ISBN: 9780997946529
Size: 65.92 MB
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Find all of the following, explained in plain-English: Fixed costs, variable costs, and how to use them to perform cost-volume-profit analysis for a business Product costs, period costs, and why the distinction is important Direct costs, indirect costs, and how to assign each of them to cost objects for better decision-making How to use activity-based costing to allocate overhead costs Job order costing and process costing How to budget for a business and how to use variance analysis to identify potential problems when results vary from budgeted amounts

Exam Prep For Accounting Made Simple Accounting Explained

Author: David Mason
Publisher: Rico Publications
ISBN:
Size: 34.23 MB
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5,600 Exam Prep questions and answers. Ebooks, Textbooks, Courses, Books Simplified as questions and answers by Rico Publications. Very effective study tools especially when you only have a limited amount of time. They work with your textbook or without a textbook and can help you to review and learn essential terms, people, places, events, and key concepts.

The Business Of Theatrical Design Second Edition

Author: James Moody
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1621532895
Size: 46.30 MB
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Written by a leading design consultant and carefully updated with the latest information on the industry, this is the essential guide to earning a living, marketing skills, furthering a design career, and operating a business. With more than thirty years of backstage and behind-the-scenes experience in theater, film, television, concerts, and special events, James Moody shares his success secrets for the benefit of design students and working designers. Topics include: Finding and landing dream assignments Negotiating fees Setting up ideal working spaces Building the perfect staff Overcoming fears of accounting and record-keeping Choosing the right insurance Joining the right unions and professional organizations And more In addition to revealing how to get the great design jobs in traditional entertainment venues, the author shows designers how to think outside the box and seize creative, lucrative opportunities—such as those in theme parks, in concert halls, and with architectural firms. Providing the keys for passionate, talented designers to become successful businesspeople, The Business of Theatrical Design is a must-read for novices and established professionals alike.

Careers As A Bookkeeper And Auditor

Author: Susan Meyer
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 1477717927
Size: 79.84 MB
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Jobs in auditing and bookkeeping are a smart career choice in an uncertain economy. A job report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that employment in bookkeeping and auditing will see a 14 percent growth rate between 2010 and 2020. Students who enjoy math and numerical problem-solving, have excellent people skills, and are highly organized will appreciate this guide to the field and its opportunities. Readers will learn what skills and education a person needs, what the job will really be like, and some of the cool career opportunities out there. This material supports Common Core standards for career preparedness and work readiness.

Microeconomics Made Simple

Author: Austin Frakt
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780981454290
Size: 41.77 MB
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Find all of the following topics, explained in plain-English: Introduction: What is Economics? Not a Perfect Model Microeconomics vs. Macroeconomics 1. Maximizing Utility Decreasing Marginal Utility Opportunity Costs 2. Evaluating Production Possibilities Production Possibilities Frontiers Absolute and Comparative Advantage 3. Demand Determinants of Demand Elasticity of Demand Change in Demand vs. Change in Quantity Demanded 4. Supply Determinants of Supply Elasticity of Supply Change in Supply vs. Change in Quantity Supplied 5. Market Equilibrium How Market Equilibrium is Reached The Effect of Changes in Supply and Demand 6. Government Intervention Price Ceilings and Price Floors Taxes and Subsidies 7. Costs of Production Marginal Cost of Production Fixed vs. Variable Costs Short Run vs. Long Run Sunk Costs Economic Costs vs. Accounting Costs 8. Perfect Competition Firms Are Price Takers Making Decisions at the Margin Consumer and Producer Surplus 9. Monopoly Market Power Deadweight Loss with a Monopoly Monopolies and Government 10. Oligopoly Collusion Cheating the Cartel Government Intervention in Oligopolies 11. Monopolistic Competition Competing via Product Differentiation Loss of Surplus with Monopolistic Competition Conclusion: The Insights and Limitations of Economics

Financial Terms Dictionary Accounting Quick Reference Guide

Author: Wesley Crowder
Publisher: Independently Published
ISBN: 9781521722183
Size: 69.22 MB
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Understand Accounting Terms - Make Better Financial Decisions This practical financial dictionary for accounting terms helps you understand and comprehend most common accounting lingo. It was written with an emphasis to quickly grasp the context without using jargon. Each of the 90 financial accounting term is explained in detail and also gives practical examples. It is based on common usage as practiced by financial professionals. Compiled over the last 3 years from questions and feedback to financial articles published by the Wealth Building Course education program. Accounting Made Simple This book is useful if you are new to business and finance. It includes most accounting terms for businesses, investors and entrepreneurs. It also covers the lingo that was introduced in the financial crisis of 2008 until 2017. With the alphabetical order it makes it quick and easy to find what you are looking for. Financial Dictionary Series Additional financial dictionaries are available in this series. Please also check out: Banking, Retirement, Corporate Finance, Economics, Investments, Laws & Regulations, Real Estate & Trading. Click on the author name to see them. Example: What are Tax Exemptions? Tax exemptions are special monetary exemptions that decrease the amount of income which is taxable. This can take the form of full tax exempt status that delivers 100 percent relief from a certain form of taxes, partial tax on certain items, or reduced tax rates and bills. Tax exemption can refer to particular groups such as charitable outfits (who receive exemption from income taxes and property taxes), multi-jurisdictional businesses or individuals, and even military veterans. The phrase tax exemption is commonly utilized to refer to specific scenarios where the law lowers the amount of income that would fall under the taxable label otherwise. With the American Internal Revenue Service, there are two kinds of exemptions which are available to individuals. One example of a tax exemption concerns the decrease in taxes the IRS gives for any dependent children who are under age 18 (who actually live with the head of household income tax filer). For the year 2015, the Internal Revenue Service permitted individuals who were filing taxes to receive a $4,000 exemption on every one of their permitted tax exemptions. This simply means that any individuals paying taxes who count on three permissible exemptions are able to deduct fully $12,000 off of their taxable income level. In the cases where they make a higher amount than an IRS pre-determined threshold, the amount in tax exemptions which they are able to utilize becomes phased out slowly and finally eliminated completely. For the tax year 2015, those individuals filing taxes who earned in excess of $258,250, as well as those married filing jointly couples who earned more than $309,900, received a lower amount for their exemptions. This complicated sliding scale with seemingly random numbers in place is all part of the reason why observers claim the American tax system is outdated and overly complex. There is an important caveat for individuals filing taxes. They can not claim their own personal exemption when someone else claims them as a dependent on their tax return. This is one of the elements that separate exemptions from deductions in the world of tax terminology. Each individual filing is permitted to claim his or her personal deduction. Looking at a real world example helps to clarify the complicated rules. Young college students who have a job while they go to school will typically be claimed by their parents like a dependent on the parents' income tax return. Note: This example description is shorted due to publish restrictions. Each term is explained with 600 words and more.