Complete Bookkeeping-Canadian Version
Chapter 1: Accounting Concepts and Procedures: An Introduction
Chapter 2: Debits and Credits: Analyzing and Recording Business Transactions
Chapter 3: Beginning the Accounting Cycle: Journalizing, Posting, and the Trial Balance
Chapter 4: The Accounting Cycle Continued: Preparing Worksheets and Financial Statements
Chapter 5: The Accounting Cycle Completed: Closing and Post-Closing Trial Balance
Chapter 6: Special Journals and Subsidiary Ledgers: The Basics: Sales and Cash Receipts Journal
Chapter 7: Special Journals and Subsidiary Ledgers: The Basics: Purchases and Cash Payments Journal
Chapter 8: Banking Procedures and Control of Cash
Chapter 9: Payroll Procedure: The Employees’ Perspective
Chapter 10: The Employer’s Tax Responsibilities: Principles and Procedures
Chapter 11: Special Journals with Taxes
Chapter 12: Preparing a Worksheet for a Merchandising Company
Chapter 13: Completion of the Accounting Cycle for a Merchandising Company
My Accounting Lab Additional Chapters:
Auxiliary Chapter 14: Accounting for Bad Debts
Auxiliary Chapter 15: Accounting for Property, Plant, Equipment, and Intangible Assets
Auxiliary Chapter 16: Statement of Cash Flows
Auxiliary Chapter 17: Analyzing Financial Statements
Auxiliary Chapter 18: Notes Receivable and Notes Payable
Auxiliary Chapter 19: Accounting for Merchandise Inventory
Complete Bookkeeping-US Version
Chapter 1. Accounting Concepts and Procedures
Chapter 2. Debits and Credits: Analyzing and Recording Business Transactions
Chapter 3. Beginning the Accounting Cycle
Chapter 4. The Accounting Cycle Continued
Chapter 5. The Accounting Cycle Completed
Chapter 6. Banking Procedure and Control of Cash
Chapter 7. Calculating Pay and Recording Payroll Taxes: The Beginning of the Payroll Process
Chapter 8. Paying the Payroll, Depositing Payroll Taxes, and Filing the Required Quarterly and Annual Tax Forms: The Conclusion of the Payroll Process
Chapter 9. Sales and Cash Receipts
Chapter 10. Purchases and Cash Payments
Appendix: Special Journals with Problem Material
Chapter 11. Preparing a Worksheet for a Merchandise Company
Appendix: A Worksheet for Art’s Wholesale Clothing Company Using a Perpetual Inventory System
Chapter 12. Completion of the Accounting Cycle for a Merchandise Company
Course Q & A
Can I make payments?
Yes, please contact us for full details.
How Long Will the Bookkeeping Course Take Me?
With distance learning you set your own pace so the course can take as little or as long as you need up to 12 months. Typically the work can be completed in 20-30 weeks.
When Can I Start My Online Bookkeeping Course?
You can start your Bookkeeping course whenever you wish. Enroll today and you could be starting on your new learning path at any time that is convenient to you.
When Must I Finish the Course By?
You have 12 months to finish the course. Please note that we do generally require some submission of work from each student at least every week, however we understand life can be unpredictable. If you have to take a break from your studies for any reason we’re flexible in allowing deferment when you need it.
How Much Does Your Distance Learning Bookkeeping Course Cost?
Our Canadian Complete Bookkeeping course is currently being offered for $625.00. Our US Complete Bookkeeping course is currently being offered for $650.00. There is a discount if you take both the Canadian and US bookkeeping course.
Are All Costs Included?
All costs are included for all our courses except for the textbook. We will provide you a link for purchasing your textbook online. You will need to purchase an online textbook which we will provide a link via email to you once the course has been paid for. The prices may change from time to time as these are purchased directly from the publisher.
Can the Distance Learning Bookkeeping Course Be Completed Entirely Online?
Yes, the course is 100% online.
Who Will My Tutor Be?
Your tutors are experienced Bookkeepers and Accountants.
What Will I Receive When I Finish My Online Bookkeeping Course?
Once you have completed the course and final exam, you will receive a certification of completion.