1. Introduction. 2. Accounting Cycle of a Service Business and Bank Reconciliation. 3. Accounts Payable: Purchase Order Processing and Inventory Control. 4. Accounts Receivable: Sales Order Processing and Inventory Control. 5. Accounting Cycle of a Merchandising Business and Budgeting. Comprehensive Problem 1. 6. Fixed Assets. 7. Payroll. 8. Partnerships and Corporations. Comprehensive Problem 2. 9. Financial Statement Analysis. 10. Departmentalized Accounting. Comprehensive problem 3. 11. Accounting System Setup. Appendix A: Accounting Cycle of a Merchandising Business: Using Special Journals.
Dale Klooster is an author of educational courseware products. For four years, he was affiliated with a major publishing company. In addition, he spent six years working with various computer systems in business and industry, 13 years as an educator in the field of computer information processing, and the past 20 years as an author of computer-related products. He also has been a consultant to many businesses and educational institutions. He earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Minnesota State University, and his Ed.D. degree from the University of Northern Colorado. Dr. Klooster has co-authored INTEGRATED ACCOUNTING; AUTOMATED ACCOUNTING; ADVANCED AUTOMATED ACCOUNTING; ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES; COMPUTERIZED INVENTORY PROCEDURES; COMPUTERIZED PAYROLL PROCEDURES; COMPUTERIZED RECORD-KEEPING AND BOOKKEEPING; FINANCIAL INFORMATION PROCESSING; COMPUTERS AND INFORMATION PROCESSING; TECHNOLOGY FOR PRODUCTIVITY AND DECISION MAKING; COMPUTERIZED PRINCIPLES OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING (Internet-based); ACCOUNTING FOUNDATIONS: A COMPLETE ONLINE COURSE; several spreadsheet accounting textbooks; a word processing, spreadsheet, and database textbook; and several accounting simulations and other educational software packages. Glenn Owen is a tenured member of Allan Hancock College's Accounting and Business faculty, where he has lectured on accounting and information systems since 1995. In addition, he is a retired lecturer at the University of California at Santa Barbara, where he taught accounting and information systems courses from 1980 to 2011. His professional experience includes five years at Deloitte & Touche as well as vice president of finance positions at Westpac Resources, Inc., and Expertelligence, Inc. An acclaimed and well respected author, Mr. Owen is completing on edition new of his USING EXCEL AND ACCESS IN ACCOUNTING text, which gives accounting students specific, self-paced instruction on the use of spreadsheets (Excel 2016) and database applications (Access 2016) in accounting. He has also recently completed the 14th edition of his QUICKBOOKS(R) ACCOUNTANT FOR ACCOUNTING 2015 text, which offers self-paced case-based instruction on the use of a commercial accounting application (QuickBooks 2015). His innovative teaching style emphasizes the decision maker's perspective and encourages students to think creatively. His graduate studies in educational psychology and his 40 years of business experience yield a balanced blend of theory and practice that permeates and strengthens all of his books. Warren Allen is an author and developer of software for numerous educational courseware products. For fourteen years he taught accounting and computer programming, and has spent the past twenty seven years as an author of computer-related products. He has designed, developed, and installed numerous computerized accounting systems for businesses and governmental organizations. He earned his B.S. degree from Southern State College, and his M.A. degree from the University of South Dakota. Mr. Allen has co-authored Integrated Accounting; Automated Accounting; Advanced Automated Accounting; Enrichment Activities; Computerized Inventory Procedures; Computerized Payroll Procedures; Computerized Record-Keeping and Bookkeeping; Financial Information Processing; Computers and Information Processing; Technology for Productivity and Decision Making; Computerized Principles of Financial Accounting (Internet based); Accounting Foundations: A Complete Online Course; several spreadsheet accounting textbooks; a word processing, spreadsheet, and database textbook; and several accounting simulations and other educational software packages.