NINTH EDITION now featuring specimen examination papers of all the major boards, including OCR, AQA, AAT, ICB and IAB. Double-entry accounting can be easy if...... more
NINTH EDITION now featuring specimen examination papers of all the major boards, including OCR, AQA, AAT, ICB and IAB. Double-entry accounting can be easy if it's explained well, and Mastering Book-keeping does just that. Now in its updated 9th edition, this popular book has helped thousands of people to get to grips with book-keeping. It explains the principles and practice of book-keeping sequentially, and includes: - The daybooks and ledger accounts - End of year accounting - Sole proprietorships, limited companies, partnerships and not-for-profit organisations - Using computers for accounting - Accounting for VAT - Progressing to more advanced management accounting - The implications of the Data Protection Act 1998 on book-keepers Plus step-by-step guides to compiling a balance sheet, depreciation, accounting for bad and doubtful debts, and much more. Everything is made clear with easy-to-follow explanations. Typical transactions are illustrated throughout to make the information even easier to understand. This book is suitable for those preparing for the examinations of ICB, AAT, IAB, OCR, AQA and all other courses in book-keeping and accounts.
This textbook is a proven introduction for students on a range of courses who need to get to grips with law for the first time. The author tackles this daunting...... more
This textbook is a proven introduction for students on a range of courses who need to get to grips with law for the first time. The author tackles this daunting subject in a no-nonsense way, with a particular emphasis on preparing for exams. It covers the syllabus requirements of the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT), the Institute of Legal Executives (ILEX) and the Institute of Credit Management (ICM). It is also suitable for the GNVQ Business Law option, undergraduate business and business-related courses such as accounting, and professional courses such as those offered by the ACCA, CIMA, and ICSA. As well as thorough subject coverage it includes specialised areas such as Health and Safety Law, Intellectual Property, Employment Law, Bankruptcy and Meetings, along with chapters on Learning Methods and Examination Techniques.
Advantages: Opens a lot of doors Disadvantages: Not easy to study alone
My story with the AAT
I started working at Cornwall County Council (soon to be Cornwall Council 01/04/2009) in February 2006 as an accountancy trainee. I found the job through an apprenticeship agency. The Council sent all their AAT students to Cornwall College, at the time, but the courses started in January; however I was assured that I could start at Camborne College, having only missed a few...
...BPP offer a range of courses to help students pass various accountancy qualifications(these are CIMA, ACCA, ICAEW, AAT and various insolvency qualifications). They also offer law, marketing and Human Resources help. There are 23 centres across the UK where you can study.
BPP offers a variety of different courses - subject courses and revision courses. The subject courses are around 400 pounds...
Advantages: Excellent Course Material - good Price Disadvantages: Only available in 23 locations in the UK
...train and assist in more qualifications than any other in the world.
In 2002 I finished studying for my A.A.T. (Association of Accounting Technicians), and throughout the three-year course, I chose to use BPP as my primary source of course materials, and they didn?t fail me. I successfully passed all units of this course and am now a qualified Accounting Technician...