QuickBooks 2009 All-in-One For Dummies
- An Accounting Primer
- Getting Ready to Use QuickBooks
- Bookkeeping Chores
- Accounting Chores
- Financial Management
- Business Plans
- Care and Maintenance
- Additional Business Resources
QuickBooks 2009 All-in-One For Dummies is written for the Premier version, but you’ll find the information works for the other versions too. It’s easy to find what you need to know:
- Book I covers all the basic accounting stuff for those who don’t know a credit from a debit
- Learn to set up the program, load files, and customize QuickBooks in Book II
- In Book III you’ll see how to invoice customers, pay vendors, track inventory, and more
- Take on activity-based costing, preparing a budget, and job costing in Book IV
- Book V gets into cool stuff like ratio analysis, EVA, and capital budgeting
- Find out in Book VI how to write the business plan you need
- Book VII shows you how to manage maintenance for QuickBooks
- Book VIII covers additional resources, an Excel primer, accounting terms, and more
Before you know it, you’ll be managing your business finances like a pro with QuickBooks 2009!
Book I: An Accounting Primer.
Chapter 1: Principles of Accounting.
Chapter 2: Double-Entry Bookkeeping.
Chapter 3: Special Accounting Problems.
Book II: Getting Ready to Use QuickBooks.
Chapter 1: Setting Up QuickBooks.
Chapter 2: Loading the Master File Lists.
Chapter 3: Fine-Tuning QuickBooks.
Book III: Bookkeeping Chores.
Chapter 1: Invoicing Customers.
Chapter 2: Paying Vendors.
Chapter 3: Tracking Inventory and Items.
Chapter 4: Managing Cash and Bank Accounts.
Chapter 5: Paying Employees.
Book IV: Accounting Chores.
Chapter 1: For Accountants Only.
Chapter 2: Preparing Financial Statements and Reports.
Chapter 3: Preparing a Budget.
Chapter 4: Using Activity-Based Costing.
Chapter 5: Setting Up Project and Job Costing Systems.
Book V: Financial Management.
Chapter 1: Ratio Analysis.
Chapter 2: Economic Value Added Analysis.
Chapter 3: Capital Budgeting in a Nutshell.
Book VI: Business Plans.
Chapter 1: Profi t-Volume-Cost Analysis.
Chapter 2: Creating a Business Plan Forecast.
Chapter 3: Writing a Business Plan.
Book VII: Care and Maintenance.
Chapter 1: Administering QuickBooks.
Chapter 2: Protecting Your Data.
Chapter 3: Troubleshooting.
Book VIII: Appendixes.
Appendix A: A Crash Course in Excel.
Appendix B: Government Web Resources for Businesses.
Appendix C: Glossary of Accounting and Financial Terms.
Stephen L. Nelson, MBA, CPA provides accounting, business advisory, tax planning, and tax preparation services to small businesses. He belongs to the American Institute of CPAs and holds an MBA in Finance and a Masters in Taxation. His 100-plus books have sold more than four million copies.