Accounting for the Twenty-First Century Classroom Workbook: An Integrated QuickBooks Perspective

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Max Rittner, 2011 - Business & Economics - 252 pages
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The Accounting for the Twenty-First Century Classroom Workbook will demonstrate to teachers and their students how it enhances QuickBooks as a useful and productive tool in developing the necessary Accounting skills for business students. This self-guided, prescriptive and tutorial-based resource will reinforce and complement the Accounting fundamentals required by Accounting students in their community college and high school. The book is an excellent resource for those first-time entrepreneurs starting their small business.
 

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Contents

Accounting for the TwentyFirst Century Classroom Workbook
13
Step 11Sole Proprietorship Exercise General Journal Transactions
76
Step 12 Source Document Tutorial Customer and Vendor Lists
80
Case Two Partnership Workbook Objectives
140
Accounting for the TwentyFirst Century Classroom Workbook
142
Step 2 Bank Reconciliation Exercise MER Landscape Designers
149
Step 3 Partnership Formation Lucy M Skyes and Son Bill
152
Limited Life
153
Accounting for the TwentyFirst Century Classroom Workbook
186
Accounting for the TwentyFirst Century Classroom Workbook
189
Step 1 Lucy M Skyes and Son Bill June Transactions
193
Exercise
224
Appendix 1
236
Sales Tax
237
Reviewing an Invoice Sales Tax Applied
240
Remitting Sales Tax
243

Coownership of Partnership Property
154
Step 4 Partnership Lucy M Skyes and Son Bill Continued
156
Step 5 Partnership Lucy M Skyes and Son Bill Division of Income Loss
157
Step 6 Partnership Lucy M Skyes and Son Bill Beginning Transaction
158
Step 7 Partnership Lucy M Skyes and Son Bill New Transactions
160
Appendix 2
245
Troubleshooting and Helpful Hints for QuickBooks
258
Opening a Second QuickBooks File103F
266
Index
270

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About the author (2011)

Max Rittner has been an educator for over thirty five years. His teaching experience has included Special Education, Mathematics, Data-Processing Applications, Accounting and Teacher-Mentorship.

He developed (in Canada) an Accounting and Business Education curriculum in association with Intuit.The curriculum parallels GAAP taught at the secondary level utilizing Intuit's QuickBooks Accounting software. During this time he has provided workshops and seminars at a variety of Business Educator conferences in Canada, the United States of America and United Kingdom.

Currently he has an Accounting resource book, Accounting For the 21st Century Classroom Workbook-An Integrated QuickBooks Perspective (Second Edition) specifically developed for secondary schools and community colleges.

Max has been associated with CBEA as a member, Exhibitor and Conference presenter. Between 2012 and 2016 he has taken on the responsibility as Conference Chair of the CBEA PD (University Credit) Committee in association with Fresno Pacific University-Continuing Education Department as well as Chair of the Computer Workshop Committee (2013).

He has been a member of the Board of the US Chapter of ISBE (International Society for Business Education) and accepted the position of Historian between 2013-2016. He was recognized as the 2016 Bill Anderson Outstanding Service Award.

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