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Do It Yourself BookKeeping for Small Businesses: How to set up and run an easy, practical bookkeeping system

Michael Collins

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Prose: non-fiction, Small businesses & self-employed

Using clearly explained topics, flowcharts and numerical examples this book provides a practical and proven bookkeeping system that can be easily learnt.

This book describes a practical and easy to implement bookkeeping system, that anyone will be able to use without previous knowledge of finance, accounting or book-keeping. It provides a proven methodology that will enable you to:

Create a simple book-keeping system that anyone can manage
Create an easy to use system that controls the paperwork
Calculate VAT liability or VAT refund figures
Produce key financial figures concerning your business
Exercise proper financial control over your business
Reduce year-end accounting fees
Reduce the stress from dealing with book-keeping and paperwork

If you can create a shopping list, then you can create a list of financial transactions and do your own book-keeping. It really is that simple!

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Praise for Do It Yourself BookKeeping for Small Businesses: How to set up and run an easy, practical bookkeeping system

  • Suitable for small businesses, sole traders and start-ups, this book could be your go-to guide for all things bookkeeping, providing a simple, straightforward and stress free approach to a task that needn't be the bane of your life. - Professional Heating & Plumbling Installer

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Michael Collins

Michael Collins was born in 1964 in Limerick, Ireland. He is the author of six novels, and two collections of short stories. His work has garnered numerous awards, including a Pushcart Award for Best American Short Stories, The Kerry Ingredients Irish Novel of the Year, along with being shortlisted for The Booker Prize and IMPAC Prize. Collins is also an extreme athlete and has won The Last Marathon in the Antarctic and set a record time in winning both The Himalayan 100 Mile Stage Race and The Everest Challenge Marathon. He is currently training for The North Pole Marathon in 2006.

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