Crack the Books: Accounting for Non-accountants

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This highly accessible guide by June Menton is for people starting a business, trainee accountants and non-accountants seeking to gain an insight into accounting and financial management principles.

ISBN:  978-0-903854-13-9
Published:  29/02/2008
Format:  Paperback, 288 pages
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Product type:  
Practice and business improvement
Who is this for:  Non-accountants
Edition:  1st
Copyright date:  29/02/2008
Weight:   0.808 kg
Dimension:  190 mm X 245 mm
Non-accountants, basic financial record keeping, accounting principles

In this book, June Menton gives practical advice on keeping basic financial records and takes you through financial control, reporting and preparing accounts for small businesses. Crack the Books is an essential guide for people starting a business, as well as trainee accountants and non-accountants seeking to gain insight into accounting principles and effective financial management. It demystifies the jargon and technical terms.

Crack the Books is a beautifully designed, full colour and easy to follow text, which any reader will enjoy.

"Rather than being daunted by getting on top of the financials all of a sudden, this book shows you how to grasp things in chunks and absorb them. Then you can use Crack the Books as a reference when you need. As well as showing you what to do with sample documents, etc. It also explains concepts and methodologies in clear terms. One of the best things about this book is the practical examples. The imaginary business owner 'John' appears several times, making various transactions, etc. which makes the whole area of book keeping more accessible."
The Sunday Independent

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The Author

June Menton FCA holds a degree in Business and Legal Studies from UCD. She is a technician member of the Irish Taxation Institute. She completed her training in a medium-sized accountancy firm, O'Kelly and Co., before joining Deloitte where she worked as an auditor and management consultant. She was Financial Controller of the Irish Sports Council for over 12 years. She is now an Accounting Consultant. June is also a member of the Chartered Accountants Ireland Publishing Committee.