This unit explores how to apply the principles of advanced double-entry bookkeeping, implement procedures for the acquisition and disposal of non-current assets, prepare and record depreciation calculations, record period end adjustments and produce and extend the trial balance.
The course is split into manageable units which cover, advanced bookkeeping, final accounts preparation, management accounting: costing, indirect tax, ethics for accountants, spreadsheets for accounting and additional synoptic assessment preparation.
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This unit will allow learners to understand payment methods, controls in a bookkeeping system and control accounts. This unit will also provide learners with an understanding of using the journal and how to reconcile a bank statement with the cash book.
This unit introduces learners to the double-entry bookkeeping system and the associated documents and processes. Learners will gain an understanding of financial transactions within a bookkeeping system as well as the processing of customer transactions, supplier transactions, receipts and payments.