Bookkeeping for Small Business & Entrepreneurs (CE_BD-1395)
A short, concentrated course which is intended for owners, prospective owners or bookkeepers who currently operate or plan to start a small business and need to understand accounting and business principles. Your hands-on course will provide you with practice working through an actual set of books. Daily, monthly and yearly transactions will show you the accounting cycle for a year in a glance. The topics covered are; the essentials of opening a business; the set-up and recording of transactions in a journal; posting to ledger; categorizing assets, liabilities, capital, income and expenses; payroll, petty cash, accounts receivable and payable; bank reconciliation and depreciation; worksheet, income statement and balance sheet; year-end adjustments and closing entries; government forms: GST, E&H Tax, Workers Compensation and T-4's.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic reserves the right to revise or cancel programs or make other changes as Saskatchewan Polytechnic deems necessary at any time.
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