Written in a student-friendly style, Accounting for non-Accountants offers a to-the-point explanation of accounting which helps students retain core concepts.
- Each chapter contains an opening practical example which illustrates the concepts to be introduced in the chapter.
- Worked examples include an accounting calculation accompanied by an explanation on how students are to approach it.
- Solutions to the worked examples guide students through the problem in a step-by-step manner and help them recognise when a particular technique is appropriate or inappropriate.
- Practical activities offer real-life examples of what an accountant might be expected to do in the workplace, such as writing memos, issuing invoices and writing out real stock cards, allowing students to apply the theory learnt in the chapter.
- Basic definitions reinforce concepts.
- End-of-chapter questions provide practice.
Part 1: Part A The ingredients of accounting
1The theory of accounting
Part 2: Part B Using the ingredients of accounting
9Cost volume profit analysis
12Debtors and creditors reconciliation
Suitable for Accounting for Non-Accountants courses in a wide range of National Diploma programmes including ND: Entrepreneurship, ND: Office and Management Technology, ND: Marketing, ND: Management, ND: Retail Business Management, ND Human Resource Management.