|Supports the full syllabus for examination from 2020.|
This coursebook supports the Cambridge IGCSE and O Level Accounting syllabuses to enhance understanding of accounting best practice. Clear step-by-step explanations and instructions help students learn how to record, report, present and interpret financial information while gaining an appreciation of the ways accounting is used in modern business contexts.
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- A range of new practice exercises builds students’ accounting skills and confidence with the subject.
- Walkthroughs illustrate key accounting principles with absolute clarity.
- Key terms highlight and explain important concepts, helping students produce clear and accurate answers.
- Test yourself questions reinforce learning and aid self-assessment.
- Revision checklists provide a quick summary of the key points covered in a chapter to consolidate learning.
- Where to find each section of the syllabus
- How to use this book
- Section 1. Chapter 1. Introduction to accounting
- Chapter 2. Double entry book-keeping – Part A
- Chapter 3. The trial balance
- Chapter 4. Double entry book-keeping – Part B
- Chapter 5. Petty cash books
- Section 1 practice questions
- Section 2. Chapter 6. Business documents
- Chapter 7. Books of prime entry
- Section 2 practice questions
- Section 3. Chapter 8. Financial statements – Part A
- Chapter 9. Financial statements – Part B
- Chapter 10. Accounting rules
- Chapter 11. Other payables and other receivables
- Chapter 12. Accounting for depreciation and disposal of non-current assets
- Chapter 13. Irrecoverable debts and provisions for doubtful debts
- Section 3 practice questions
- Section 4. Chapter 14. Bank reconciliation statements
- Chapter 15. Journal entries and correction of errors
- Chapter 16. Control accounts
- Chapter 17. Incomplete records
- Chapter 18. Clubs and societies
- Chapter 19. Partnerships
- Chapter 20. Manufacturing accounts
- Chapter 21. Limited companies
- Chapter 22. Analysis and interpretation
- Section 4 practice questions