The basic accounting short course for small business was put together as a quick accounting survival guide for accounting neophytes. As small business owners while most of us understand debit and credit and the concept of Journals and Ledgers, some of us missed the formal organization of an accounting course. The course starts with the very basics of accounting and builds up to the trial balance. The next part of this course will review the 3 financial statements including the balance sheet, the P&L and the statement of cash flows.
For those of you new to the topics of finance and accounting a quick terminology refresher may be useful. You may want to see the first course in finance before you start on the accounting materials.
- Corporate Finance: First Course
- Basic Accounting Short course: Accounting training for small businesses
- Basic accounting Short course: Accounting training for small businesses – Introducing Debit & Credit
- Basic accounting Short course: Accounting training for small businesses – Preparing the T-account
- Accounting Short course: Small business accounting training – Books of Original Entry – Journals and Ledgers
- Accounting Crash Course: Small Business Accounting Training – Sales Journal and Sales Ledgers
- Accounting Crash course: Small Business Accounting Training – Sales Journal, Sales Ledger and Trade discounts
- Accounting Crash Crouse-Small Business Accounting Training – Purchases Journal and Purchases Ledger
- Basic Accounting Short Course- Small Business Accounting Training- Integrating Sales, Purchases & Returns
- Basic Accounting Crash Course: Accounting Training for small businesses- Cash Book and recording cash discounts
- Basic Accounting Crash Course: Small Business Accounting Training: Cash Book Example
- Basic accounting Crash Course- Small business accounting training – General Ledger example
- Accounting Short course – Small Business accounting training – The Trial Balance and accounting control
- Accounting short course – Small business accounting training – Reviewing the Trial balance example