The lowest-priced item that has been used or worn previously.The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a display model or store return that has been used.See details for description of any imperfections.
IntroductionPart I � Basic concepts of book-keeping1. What is book-keeping?2. Before you start � some ideas and conceptsPart II � Doing the book-keeping3. Recording what you sellRecording what you buyRecording and monitoring cashKeeping track of employeesRecording and tracking assetsPart III � From daybooks to financial statementLedger accounts9. An introduction to financial statementsPart IV � Checks on your book-keeping10. Keeping everything rightGlossary
Since 2004, Martin Quinn has been employed as a full-time Lecturer in Accounting at Dublin City University. He has eleven years experience in accounting and IT roles in the manufacturing sector and has just completed a PhD thesis at the University of Dundee. His teaching focus is management accounting, while his research interests include management accounting change, information systems in management accounting, and management accounting in small business. Martin is also a qualified accountant with many years experience of all aspects of book-keeping, accounting and financial control.