- Qualification:Cambridge IGCSE
- Author(s):Catherine Coucom
- Available from: May 2012
Endorsed by University of Cambridge International Examinations.
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Cambridge IGCSE® Accounting: Coursebook has been written as per the specifications of the Cambridge IGCSE Accounting Syllabus. Accounting principles and practices have been explained in simple language and lucid style to enhance the accessibility of the contents to students whose first language is not English.
Comprehensive coverage of the Cambridge IGCSE syllabus.
Well-structured and student-friendly organisation of contents.
Tasks and exercises for practice for self assessment and independent thinking.
Worked out examples with each topic for easy understanding.
Questions at the end of each chapter to aid exam preparation.
- 1. Introduction to Accounting 1
- 2. Double entry bookkeeping – Part A
- 3. The trial balance
- 4. Double entry bookkeeping – Part B
- 5. Petty cash books
- 6. Business documents
- 7. Books of prime entry
- 8. Financial statements – Part A
- 9. Financial statements – Part B
- 10. Accounting rules
- 11. Other payables and other receivables
- 12. Depreciation and disposal of non-current assets
- 13. Bad debts and provisions for doubtful debts
- 14. Bank reconciliation statements
- 15. Journal entries and correction of errors
- 16. Control accounts
- 17. Incomplete records
- 18. Accounts of clubs and societies
- 19. Partnership accounts
- 20. Accounts of manufacturing businesses
- 21. Limited company accounts
- 22. Analysis and interpretation.
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