Wrapping Up The Year: Tips For Having A Successful Accounting Year-End: Year End Accounting Procedures Quickbooks Stewart Meeker Author
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For those in finance and accounting, the transition from December to January means the struggle of year-end close. Year-end refers to the processes undertaken at the conclusion of the accounting period. At this time, books are closed for the final time in the calendar year and any necessary adjustments and reconciling entries are made to present an accurate financial picture of what occurred over the past 12 months.This is a quick-read book focused on issues encountered in the accounts payable department at year-end, with the fiscal year-end close being the biggest.Each of the chapters has a few review questions at the end to help reinforce the concepts. Answers to the questions along with an explanation are included.A copy of the articles that appeared in an issue of the Accounts Payable Now & Tomorrow newsletter is also included at the end of the book.Table of Contents:-Preface-Chapter 1: The Start of the Year-End Close Process-Chapter 2: Operational Issues: Department Operations-Chapter 3: Operational Issues: Expense Reimbursements-Chapter 4: Operational Issues: Year-End Specific-Chapter 5: Form 1099 Reporting Issues-Chapter 6: The Finishing Touches


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