Essential Accounting for Cambridge IGCSE® & O Level
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Essential Accounting for Cambridge IGCSE® & O Level

By David Austen, Christine Gilchrist, Peter Hailstone
US$ 31.25
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Book Description

Support your EAL learners with the clear approach of Essential Accounting for Cambridge IGCSE & O Level (Third Edition), which builds understanding and confidence. Written by examiners, it is fully matched to the latest syllabus (0452/7707), for examination from 2020

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Contents
  • 1 The purpose of accounting
    • 1.1 The purpose of accounting
    • 1.2 Assets, liabilities and capital
    • 1.3 The accounting equation and simple statements of financial position
    • 1.4 Preparing a classified statement of financial position
    • Practice questions
  • 2 Source and recording of data
    • 2.1 The effect of transactions on items in a statement of financial position
    • 2.1 Practice questions
    • 2.2 Using T accounts
    • 2.3 Preparing ledger accounts
    • 2.2–2.3 Practice questions
    • 2.4 Using expense, purchases, sales and drawings accounts
    • 2.5 Getting used to the new account
    • 2.4–2.5 Practice questions
    • 2.6 How to prepare a trial balance
    • 2.6 Practice question
    • 2.7 Preparing simple income statements
    • 2.8 Preparing the first part of the income statement
    • 2.9 Preparing the second part of the income statement
    • 2.7–2.9 Practice questions
    • 2.10 How to balance accounts
    • 2.11 How to close accounts
    • 2.10–2.11 Practice questions
    • 2.12–2.15 Sources and recording of date: business documents
    • 2.12 Source documents and credit purchases
    • 2.13 Posting the purchases journal
    • 2.14 Recording credit sales
    • 2.15 Trade discount
    • 2.12–2.15 Practice questions
    • 2.16 Recording purchases returns
    • 2.17 Recording sales returns
    • 2.16–2.17 Practice questions
    • 2.18 Books of prime entry: the cash boo
    • 2.19 The two-column cash book
    • 2.20 Cash discounts
    • 2.21 The three-column cash book
    • 2.18–2.21 Practice questions
    • 2.22 Books of prime entry: the petty cash book
    • 2.23 Recording petty cash payments
    • 2.24 Preparing a petty cash book
    • 2.22–2.24 Practice questions
    • 2.25 Books of prime entry: the general journal
    • 2.26 How to make journal entries
    • 2.25–2.26 Practice questions
  • 3 Verification of accounting records
    • 3.1 Errors not revealed by the trial balance
    • 3.2 More errors not revealed by the trial balance
    • 3.3 Errors that are revealed by the trial balance
    • 3.4 Correcting profits and statements of financial position
    • 3.1–3.4 Practice questions
    • 3.5 Bank reconciliation statements
    • 3.6 How to prepare a bank statement
    • 3.7 Comparing a cash book (bank columns) with a bank statement
    • 3.8 The reconciliation process
    • 3.5–3.8 Practice questions
    • 3.9 Control accounts
    • 3.10 Preparing sales and purchases ledger control accounts
    • 3.11 Other entries in control accounts
    • 3.12 More about preparing control accounts
    • 3.9–3.12 Practice questions
  • 4 Accounting procedures
    • 4.1 The effect of inventory on gross profit
    • 4.2 More about the income statement
    • 4.3 How to value inventories
    • 4.1–4.3 Practice questions
    • 4.4 Capital and revenue expenditure
    • 4.5 Capital and revenue receipts
    • 4.4–4.5 Practice questions
    • 4.6 Depreciation and the disposal of non-current assets
    • 4.7 How to calculate depreciation
    • 4.8 Recording depreciation in the accounts
    • 4.9 Depreciation and the statement of financial position
    • 4.10 Recording the disposal of a non-current asset
    • 4.6–4.10 Practice questions
    • 4.11 Adjusting expenses
    • 4.12 Adjusting income
    • 4.13 Preparing financial statements with adjustments to expenses and income
    • 4.11–4.13 Practice questions
    • 4.14 Irrecoverable debts and provisions for doubtful debts
    • 4.15 Irrecoverable debts and the recovery of debts written off
    • 4.16 Provisions for doubtful debts
    • 4.17 Keeping a provision for doubtful debts up to date
    • 4.14–4.17 Practice questions
  • 5 Preparation of financial statements
    • 5.1 Sole trader financial statements
    • 5.2 More about the statement of financial position
    • Chapter 5 Practice questions
    • 5.3 Partnerships
    • 5.4 Sharing profits and losses
    • 5.5 More about sharing profits and losses
    • 5.6 Preparing the accounting records
    • 5.7 Partnerships statements of financial position
    • 5.3–5.7 Practice questions
    • 5.8 Limited companies
    • 5.9 Limited companies: the background
    • 5.10 Debentures and dividends
    • 5.11 Financial statements
    • 5.12 Statements of change in equity
    • 5.13 Statements of financial position
    • 5.8–5.13 Practice questions
    • 5.14 Clubs and societies
    • 5.15 Preparing an income and expenditure account
    • 5.16 Subscriptions and fund-raising activities
    • 5.17 Club statements of financial position
    • 5.14–5.17 Practice questions
    • 5.18 Manufacturing accounts
    • 5.19 Preparing a manufacturing account
    • 5.20 Manufacturer’s financial statements
    • 5.18–5.20 Practice questions
    • 5.21 Incomplete records
    • 5.22 Calculating profits and losses from minimal information
    • 5.23 Preparing end-of-year financial statements from basic records
    • 5.24 Using ratios to find missing figures
    • 5.25 Preparing end-of-year financial statements: illustration
    • 5.21–5.25 Practice questions
  • 6 Analysis and interpretation
    • 6.1 Income statement and statement of financial position ratios
    • 6.1 Practice questions
    • 6.2 Interpreting accounting statements
    • 6.3 Interpreting ratios: the income statement
    • 6.4 Interpreting ratios: the statement of financial position
    • 6.5 Interpreting ratios: more on the statement of financial position
    • 6.6 Interpreting a business’s results
    • Chapter 6 Practice questions
  • 7 Accounting principles and policies
    • 7.1 The main accounting principles: (part 1)
    • 7.2 The main accounting principles: (part 2)
    • 7.3 The main accounting principles: (part 3)
    • 7.1–7.3 Practice questions
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • Back Cover
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