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Computerized Accounting With Peachtree 2003 / With CD-ROM

Computerized Accounting With Peachtree 2003 / With CD-ROM - 04 edition

ISBN13: 978-0763819477

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ISBN13: 978-0763819477
ISBN10: 0763819476
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Edition/Copyright: 04
Publisher: EMC/Paradigm Pub., Inc.
Published: 2004
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Computerized Accounting With Peachtree 2003 / With CD-ROM - 04 edition

ISBN13: 978-0763819477

Jim Mazza, Gary Chavez and Michael D. Stewart

ISBN13: 978-0763819477
ISBN10: 0763819476
Cover type:
Edition/Copyright: 04
Publisher: EMC/Paradigm Pub., Inc.

Published: 2004
International: No
Summary

This text teaches students how to perform basic accounting procedures using the computerized accounting software Peachtree 2003. Functions introduced include: creating a company file; running accounts receivable and accounts payable; managing inventory and payroll; tracking inventory and fixed assets; and creating ledgers, journals, and reports.

A fully functioning copy of Peachtree© Complete Accounting, Release 2003, Education Version
Straightforward instructions covering basic procedures using the computerized accounting software Peachtree 2003 including how to: create a company file; run accounts receivable and accounts payable; manage inventory and payroll; track inventory and fixed assets; maintain ledgers and journals; and create reports
Simulation exercises that have students create a company and apply accounting skills to all aspects of running the business
Additional exercises that let students check their knowledge of both concepts and applications before moving on to the next objective
An Internet application in each chapter

Author Bio

Mazza, Jim : Heald College School of Business


Chavez, Gary : Heald College School of Business

Table of Contents

1. Getting Started.
2. Setting Up a Company.
3. Entering Transactions for a Cash Business.
4. Accounts Receivable and Sales for a Service Business.
5. Accounts Payable and Purchases for a Service Business.
6. Cash Payments and Cash Receipts.
7. Preparing Financial Statements.
8. Purchases of Inventory in a Merchandise Business.
9. Sales of Inventory in a Merchandise Business.
10. Payroll.
11. Job Costing.
12. Fixed Assets.
13. Partnerships and Corporations.

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