The Online Certified Bookkeeping Course Suitable For United Kingdom, U.S.A, Canada, Australia and most other countries
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Accounting for Everyone Online Bookkeeping Course
The Accounting for Everyone Online Certified Bookkeeping Course has over 12,000 members many of whom have gone on to become bookkeepers and accountants in the UK, USA and many other countries.
Modern bookkeeping has been around since Luca de Pacioli wrote about the double-entry system in his 'Summa de Arithmetica' published in 1494.
Of course, bookkeeping and accountancy has been around for many thousands of years since civilisation first decided to trade goods for some form of token.?
The Accounting for Everyone course first appeared in print in 1998 when Quentin Pain wrote the first edition. It was completely unique when it appeared and broke the tradition of using purely academic terms to describe the double-entry process.
The accounting course that was derived from the book became the Accounting for Everyone online course and first appeared in the early millennium (around 2001)?.
The online version eventually became the course our students know and love today when accounting question and answer sections were added to each chapter, and each chapter then turned into weekly episodes.
Along the way a whole host of extras were added including a mini 5 part how to start your own bookkeeping business series, which is still a part of the main course and also available within the members area.
One of the key ingredients of the original book was a glossary of accounting terms. This is still available online today and is very popular.
An explanation of various accounting and bookkeeping ratios has also been published and helps people understand how to analyse many financial aspects of any business.
One of the keys of most business functions is to understand the trading and profit and loss account as well as the balance sheet. This is where the Accounting for Everyone course really comes into its own, with clear explanations of exactly how this works.
But best of all are the amazing memory aids to be found in the course which show you precisely how to convert debits and credits to something far more meaningful, which any student can remember with ease. This is especially useful if you plan on taking your bookkeeping or accountancy exams.
Understanding double-entry principles is NOT easy. Most of these are taught by 'wrote', which means you have to memorise all the different types of transaction so you can apply the debits and credits the right way round.
But there is a simple way of doing this and that's precisely what you'll find in this ground-breaking course on all things accounting.
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