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Learn your Accounting Basics - A step by step approach: Junior High School and beginners

by Annelize Iliffe

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Category : Business & Economy

ISBN No :9780994696861

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A step by step guide on how to master the basics in Accounting. Whether you have just started Accounting or struggling to grasp the basic principles this book is for you. Colourful illustrations make Accounting come alive on your iPad or device, and it is a valuable add-on in the classroom for students doing Accounting or EMS. Topics include: 1. Introduction and Accounting Equations 2. Price Lists & Purchase Orders 3. Monitoring your bank balance 4. Writing up of the Subsidiary Journals 5. Balancing the Subsidiary Journals 6. Posting to the General Ledger 7. Balancing the General Ledger and Preparing a Trial Balance Concepts are explained in a basic manner, for example what a source document is, and where to use it. Different source documents are explained and illustrated. The analysis of receipts column, the cost of sales columns, the columns in the subsidiary journals and whether they are debits or credits, the orderly posting of the journals in a step by step manner, and many other basic concepts are illustrated in colourful and understandable steps. This book will be beneficial for educators in the classroom environment, pupils who lack the basics and homeschoolers who want to learn Accounting by themselves.

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Annelize Iliffe

Annelize qualified in 1981 in Training and Human Resources and studied Accounting at UNISA for non-degree purposes prior to starting this business. She taught many students from all backgrounds, cultures, Universities, Schools and other Institutions. She is a strong believer in diversification and teaches basically any syllabus, thus having extensive experience in teaching Accounting. She makes use of computer technology to help cope with the workload. And this is what she says: "Learning from others every day is a unique experience, fulfilling in every sense. Therefore I have a special passion for those that I walk with - my students and pupils......" In 2010 she decided that it was time to package her knowledge and instead of writing yet another Accounting book that her students encouraged her to do, she thought of something out of the box and not yet experienced by the South African market. She resourced overseas programmes and came up with the interactive concept where the learner can experience a step by step approach on how to master tasks, and repeating the tasks over and over again until the skill is mastered. Coupled with the concept of interactivity, interactive quizzes were also created, testing the basic accounting skills as the tasks are mastered. This builds a solid foundation in which the learner can flourish and cope in the classroom environment with subsequent tasks given to them. This programme is not meant to replace the teaching in the classroom, but to support the facilitator in a challenging environment where classes are sometimes too big and no focused attention can be paid to all the learners. Annelize has through trial and error and many years of teaching and discovering how students learn, developed a model for the challenging technological world where the educator has to be equipped in meeting the needs of the young learner who has grown up with technology. This e-book is a simplified version of the Interactive Study Guides.

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