Keeping the Books

Keeping the Books

Basic Recordkeeping and Accounting for the Successful Small Business

Book - 2007
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Kaplan
The premier resource for basic bookkeeping and business record management, Keeping the Books is a comprehensive, yet down to earth, treatment of one of the most important, yet often neglected, aspects of running a business.  User-friendly and packed with easy-to-understand illustrations, worksheets, and forms, this popular financial reference tool is completely updated, and replete with the variety of IRS forms that entrepreneurs have to be familiar with.  From updating car and transportation expenses to exploding the myths around independent contractors, the author presents everything a small company needs to know to maintain proper records.

Following the roadmap outlined in Keeping the Books, entrepreneurs will learn how to:
·        Prepare and analyze financial statements to stay in touch with the heartbeat of their business
·        Set up bookkeeping systems to keep track of financial details
·        Maintain the required IRS records necessary to stay out of trouble
·        Plan for required taxes due


Book News
Pinson, a consultant on business planning and financial management, explains recordkeeping and accounting fundamentals for small business owners, and provides a wealth of IRS forms and worksheets. Step-by-step directions help readers set up bookkeeping systems and keep the right records, prepare projected and historical financial statements, analyze cash flow and financial benchmarks, and maintain records required to prevent tax-time disasters and maximize profits. The book includes a resource section and a glossary of accounting terms. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Simon and Schuster
The premier resource for basic bookkeeping and business record management, Keeping the Books is a comprehensive, yet down to earth, treatment of one of the most important, yet often neglected, aspects of running a business. User-friendly and packed with easy-to-understand illustrations, worksheets, and forms, this popular financial reference tool is completely updated, and replete with the variety of IRS forms that entrepreneurs have to be familiar with. From updating car and transportation expenses to exploding the myths around independent contractors, the author presents everything a small company needs to know to maintain proper records.



Following the roadmap outlined in Keeping the Books, entrepreneurs will learn how to:
  • Prepare and analyze financial statements to stay in touch with the heartbeat of their business
  • Set up bookkeeping systems to keep track of financial details
  • Maintain the required IRS records necessary to stay out of trouble
  • Plan for required taxes due


Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Kaplan Pub., c2007
Edition: 7th ed
ISBN: 9781419584381
1419584383
Branch Call Number: 657.2 PIN
Characteristics: xii , 210 p. : ill. ; 28

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