Award-winning author and financial whiz Bonnie Biafore helps you select the best fit for your company from Intuit's QuickBooks line of financial management software, which includes five products ranging from basic accounting software for small businesses to sophisticated industry-specific enterprise solutions. She then shows you how to tweak and tailor it to your company's needs so you can manage your finances more effectively and efficiently than ever before.
If you're new to QuickBooks or to the 2006 version, you'll get started with ease and become quickly proficient with Biafore's tutorials on making and managing a company file and creating accounts, customers, jobs, invoice items, and other lists. If you're a more advanced user, you'll find countless tips, tricks, and shortcuts for becoming a QuickBooks pro. And everyone at every level will benefit from Biafore's seasoned, sensible advice on business accounting and finance.
Under Biafore's expert direction, you will be able to use QuickBooks for a lot more than everyday bookkeeping. Beyond billing and payroll servicing, generating business forms and easing end-of-year tax preparation, QuickBooks 2006: The Missing Manual shows you how to use QuickBooks to accomplish things like inventory control, budget building, and report creation for evaluating every aspect of an enterprise.
With Biafore's clear and friendly explanations and step-by-step instructions for every QuickBooks feature (along with plenty of real-world examples), you'll learn how to take advantage of online banking options, data exchange with other programs, and sophisticated planning and tracking tools for achieving maximum business success. QuickBooks 2006: The Missing Manual makes QuickBooks more powerful than you thought possible.
to measure and improve the level of financial literacy and basic knowledge
among students of class VIII, IX and X. This initiative is aimed at encouraging
school students to obtain basic financial literacy and also provide the level of
financial skills required for taking responsible financial decisions in life. It is
one step towards better job prospects also.
The Salient features of the book are:
• Comprehensive guidelines to the Test are given.
• Important topic such as money, budgeting, investment, banking, savings,
borrowings, insurance, retirement planning are covered.
• Text is in simple language and easy to understand.
• Syllabus has been meticulously followed.
• Important concepts & definitions are given as Key Notes.
• Testing is done by Multiple Choice Questions which have answers &
• Pictures and examples are given to highlight important concepts.
We are sure the book will be an important tool in imparting skills which are critical to the holistic development of the students.
1. Money Matters:
Smart Goals and Financial Analysis
2. Budgeting: Balancing
the Means and the Ends
3. Understanding Insurance and
4. Understanding Investments
5. Basics of Banking
6. Introduction to Stocks and Bonds
7. Investments : The wider Spectrum 95-105
8. Beyond Savings : Borrowing
9. Retirement as a Financial Goal
Model Test Paper 1
Model Test Paper 2
Can you spot a Ponzi scheme? Most people don't know that they're caught in a fraudulent investment until it's too late. Learn how to spot a Ponzi scheme, bad investments and fraud red flags.
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You'll also discover exactly how Bernard Madoff, Scott Rothstein, Tom Petters and others defrauded investors for years, and how they ultimately got caught. Get Anatomy of a Ponzi today so you can protect yourself and keep your investments safe!
Bestselling author Colleen Cross is a CPA who writes action-packed financial and legal thrillers, true crime and white collar crime. When not writing, she runs and hikes with her rescue dog, who reminds her that life's too short not to chase a squirrel or two.
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Katerina Carter Fraud Thriller Series
Katerina Carter Color of Money Series
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Get started using QuickBooks 2007 right away--the QuickSteps way. Color screenshots and clear instructions show you how to use all the new and improved features available in this powerful small business financial software. Follow along and learn to customize QuickBooks for your business, set up accounts, handle bookkeeping,process invoices, manage payroll, and much more. Plus, it's easy to flip straight to the information you need using the color-coded tabs. Get the book that gets you started using QuickBooks 2007 in no time.
In each chapter:Shortcuts for accomplishing common tasks Need-to-know facts in concise narrative Helpful reminders or alternate ways of doing things Bonus information related to the topic being covered Errors and pitfalls to avoid
This book looks at connectedness, models of communication and the barriers to communication. No amount of technology can compensate for a poorly structured message; indeed, the technology itself can eventually become a barrier. As instant communications are now the norm, do we need to spend more time focusing on the message and our audience?
It looks in detail at meetings, written communications, presentations and interviews. Introducing elements of communication theory and including activities to practice skills. Franklin D. Roosevelt said about public speaking ‘Be sincere; be brief; be seated’. This book is underpinned by the three themes captured in Roosevelt’s words.
* being yourself * focusing on what’s important for your audience * knowing when to stop *
The author has worked many years with businesses that use QuickBooks to manage their financials and knows that every company has its own unique needs, yet all share one common goal–to more accurately track how the business is performing financially.
The goal of this book is to provide easy-to-read and easy-to-follow QuickBooks “consulting” advice that business owners, bookkeepers, or accountants can use. After reading the chapters in this book, business owners and accountants will be able to efficiently troubleshoot a QuickBooks data file and make needed corrections, so they can accurately report how the business is performing financially.
This book helps you
o Get started with a QuickBooks data file and learn how to modify the file you already have
o Analyze your data and troubleshoot reports
o Review and correct any data errors in your balance sheet accounts such as Banking, A/R, Undeposited Funds, Employee Advances,
Inventory, A/P, Sales Tax, and Open Bal Equity Account
o Use the tools in QuickBooks to properly review your payroll data and avoid costly mistakes
o Efficiently share your business data with your accountant
o Make the most of the QuickBooks reporting tools
Laura Madeira graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a major in accounting and is a certified trainer for Intuit’s Certified Trainer Network. As a member of this select group, she provides training to accountants and consultants each fall when the new version of QuickBooks is released.
She also is a guest instructor for Intuit at many trade shows throughout the year, and she writes published QuickBooks technical documentation and presentations for Intuit.
Laura owns a software and accounting firm that has for more than 20 years helped a large variety of businesses manage their financials using Intuit’s QuickBooks software (Intuit’s Quicken in those early years). In fact, she has been training users on QuickBooks since the very first version was released many years ago.
Category Business Finance
Covers QuickBooks 2008
User Level Intermediate–Advanced
Front cover quote:
“Laura Madeira has created an extremly valuable QuickBooks resource that belongs on every business and accountant’s bookshelf”
–Rich Walker, CPA, Intuit Accountant Relations
With over four million of his books in print, CPA and perennial bestselling For Dummies author Stephen L. Nelson knows how to make QuickBooks and basic accounting easy for the rest of us. Small business owners, managers, and employees: if you want to use QuickBooks for your business, the new edition of this annual bestseller is the best place to start. From setting up the software to creating invoices, recording and paying bills, tracking inventory, getting reports, and crunching numbers for tax prep, you'll discover how to do it, why to do it, and get way more organized in the process.Gives small business owners the power to manage their own business accounting and financial management tasks using QuickBooks 2014 Helps you build the perfect budget, process payroll, create invoices, manage inventory, track costs, generate financial reports, balance accounts, and simplify your tax return prep Walks you through basic bookkeeping concepts, data management fundamentals, and need-to-know accounting guidelines to help you track your finances with ease
Keep your business finances on track, on budget, and in control with QuickBooks 2014 and QuickBooks 2014 For Dummies.
Max Rittner has provided educators with a new tool to integrate tax preparation with financial literacy using an interactive and prescriptive-based set of case studies that students will face early in their tax preparation years. An interactive quiz is also available through an external source. Contact Max Rittner for further details.