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If you are considering using QuickBooks Online for your small nonprofit or religious organization, Lisa London's latest book is a must have! The Accountant Beside You, Lisa London, has teamed up with CPA Eulica Kimber to show you how to make QuickBooks Online work for your nonprofit. From establishing good internal accounting controls, to converting from your desktop QuickBooks, to step-by-step instructions for setting up the system, QuickBooks for Small Nonprofits & Churches will guide you along the way. This resource includes hundreds of illustrations, sample chart of accounts for a variety of nonprofits, a sample chart of account for a religious organization, and instructions on managing the various aspects of an accounting system. No prior accounting knowledge is needed; Lisa and Eulica explain the process without unnecessary jargon. Topics include: Procedures to guard against theft and errors Designing a chart of accounts (with examples for different types of nonprofits in the appendix) Converting a desktop QuickBooks organization into QBO Tracking donor gifts and grants, Importing donor and vendor contact information Receiving money, paying bills, and tracking credit card charges Reconciling accounts Budgeting Designing management reports Month-end and year-end procedures Tracking fundraisers, in-kind donations, volunteer hours And so much more. For assistance with your organization's accounting needs, join the over 10,000 readers of the Accountant Beside You series.
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Mit dem iPod und iTunes hat Apple die ganze Welt suchtig nach Musik, Bildern und Videos gemacht, die man einfach uberall zur Verfugung hat. Aber was haben sie wieder vergessen mitzuliefern? Ein verstandliches und lesefreundliches Handbuch zu Ihrem schicken kleinen Unterhaltungswunder. Zum Gluck gibt es unser Missing Manual, ein Buch, das genauso so viel Spa macht und genauso stylisch ist wie sein Thema. Alles was Sie wissen mussen: Volltanken, bitte: Laden Sie Musik, Filme und Fotos auf Ihren Nano, Classic, Touch oder Shuffle und erfahren Sie, wie Sie Ihre Schatze zum Leben erwecken. Ist es nicht schon zu teilen? Kopieren Sie Musik von einem Computer auf den anderen, versorgen Sie das ganze Haus mit Ihren Wiedergabelisten und bringen Sie Ihre Videos blitzschnell vom Nano auf YouTube. iTunes fur Profis: Was wollen Sie wirklich synchronisieren? Wie ware es mit einer blitzschnellen Wiedergabeliste uber Genius Mix? Konnen Sie Stucke "ohne Titel" automatisch umbenennen? Bringen Sie Ihren iPod auf Touren: Stellen Sie auf dem iPod neue Wiedergabelisten zusammen, drehen Sie Filme auf Ihrem Nano und bestucken Sie Ihren Touch mit Sprachmemos. Bummeln Sie durch den neuen iTunes Store: Finden Sie sofort, was Sie suchen, und holen Sie sich mit iTunes LP die Liedtexte, Begleitinfos und vieles mehr dazu.
Eigentlich sollte man längst bei einem Termin sein, doch dann klingelt das Handy und das E-Mail-Postfach quillt auch schon wieder über. Für Sport und Erholung bleibt immer weniger Zeit und am Ende resigniert man ausgebrannt, unproduktiv und völlig gestresst. Doch das muss nicht sein. Denn je entspannter wir sind, desto kreativer und produktiver werden wir. Mit David Allens einfacher und anwendungsorientierter Methode wird beides wieder möglich: effizient zu arbeiten und die Freude am Leben zurückzugewinnen.
Es ist das Enthüllungsbuch, das die Präsidentschaft von Donald Trump erschüttert: Michael Wolffs «Feuer und Zorn» ist ein eindrucksvolles Sittengemälde der amerikanischen Politik unter Trump. Im Mittelpunkt ein Präsident, den seine Mitarbeiter wie ein kleines Kind behandeln, und der umgeben ist von Inkompetenz, Intrigen und Verrat. Der Bestseller-Autor Wolff beschreibt das Chaos, das in den ersten Monaten im Weißen Haus geherrscht hat, er enthüllt, wie nah die Russland-Verbindung an Trump herangerückt ist und wie es zum Rauswurf des FBI-Chefs Comey kam. Und er liefert erstaunliche Details über das Privatleben dieses Präsidenten. Über zweihundert Interviews hat Wolff mit den engsten Mitarbeitern des US-Präsidenten geführt, darunter auch der ehemalige Chef-Berater Stephen Bannon: Noch nie ist es einem Journalisten gelungen, das Geschehen im Weißen Haus so genau nachzuzeichnen. Herausgekommen ist das einzigartige Porträt eines Präsidenten, der selbst nie damit gerechnet hat, die Wahl zu gewinnen. Michael Wolffs Bericht aus dem Weißen Haus unter Trump ist in den USA ein Bestseller: ein aktuelles politisches Buch, das das sich wie ein Königsdrama von Shakespeare liest.
Zwischen 1863 und 1869 schuf Leo Tolstoi dieses Werk, das in seiner erzählerischen Breite auf bis dahin unerreicht kunstfertige Weise einen Historien-, Familien- und Bildungsroman vereinte. Hintergrund ist der Krieg zwischen Russland und Frankreich. Der mit über 200 Figuren überreich bevölkerte Roman schildert die Schicksale dreier Familien über mehrere Generationen hinweg. Tolstoi spring kunstvoll zwischen familiären, privaten Szenen und der Schilderung von Schlachten und kriegerischen Manövergesprächen hin und her und bietet so ein einen einmaligen Einblick in die russisch-aristokratische Seelenlage der damaligen Zeit. Das Buch ist psychologischer Spiegel und kulturphilosophisches Brennglas in einem. Der geschickte Aufbau des Buches und die sprachlich bis ins Letzte ausgefeilte Intensität ließen Tolstois Werk schnell zu einem Klassiker von Weltrang werden. »O Himmel, welch heftiger Überfall!« erwiderte der Fürst, ohne durch diesen Empfang in Aufregung zu geraten. Der Fürst trug die goldgestickte Uniform des Hofes mit Ordenssternen, seidene Strümpfe und Schnallenschuhe. Sein Gesicht zeigte beständig ein liebenswürdiges Lächeln. Er sprach Französisch, jenes gewählte Französisch, in dem unsere Großväter nicht nur sprachen, sondern auch dachten, und in dem gemessenen, herablassenden Ton eines einflußreichen Würdenträgers, der am Hofe alt geworden ist. Er näherte sich Anna Pawlowna, küßte ihr die Hand, indem er sein kahles, parfümiertes Haupt neigte, und ließ sich dann bequem auf einem Sofa nieder. »Vor allem, verehrte Freundin, beruhigen Sie mich über den Zustand Ihrer Gesundheit«, fuhr er in galantem Tone fort, der aber nicht frei von Spott war. Null Papier Verlag
Through his collection of essays, originally published in Forbes magazine, entrepreneur Christopher Myers shares an honest account of building his company—BodeTree, an online financial management tool for small businesses. He provides invaluable insights and tips for others looking to start a small business. But this is no ordinary how-to book. Instead of proclaiming that he is a know-it-all dispensing the secrets to success, Christopher provides personal stories of accomplishments and failures. His advice is woven into three sections on starting your business, scaling your business, and staying sane. You will not only learn how to take control of your business decision making, planning, and funding, but you will also discover the importance of creating balance in management and in life. Christopher knows firsthand that responsibility overload can lead to anxiety and depression, and he helps readers navigate these issues. “One thing I’ve come to realize is that everything, good or bad, starts in your mind. What you think is, in fact, what you become,” Christopher says. Embrace the characteristics you admire in yourself and your business. It won’t be easy, but with the right mentality, you can find happiness and achievement.
Es ist die Geschichte einer Liebe: Maggie Nelson verliebt sich in Harry Dodge, einen Künstler – oder eine Künstlerin? – mit fluider Genderidentität. Harry hat bereits ein Kind, Maggie wird schwanger, zu viert bauen sie ein gemeinsames Leben. "Die Argonauten" ist eine ergreifende Geschichte queeren Familienlebens, zugleich erfindet Maggie Nelson eine ganz eigene Form der philosophischen Erkundung. Memoir, Theorie, Poesie: Es ist ein Buch, das sich nicht einordnen lässt und das unsere Einordnungen herausfordert mit seinem radikal offenen Denken. Im Geiste von Susan Sontag und Roland Barthes verbindet Maggie Nelson theoretische und persönliche Erkenntnissuche, um zu einer neuen Erzählung des Wesens von Liebe und Familie zu gelangen.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS From the first edition of this textbook and through the years since, we have benefited greatly from feedback provided by numerous instructors and students of accounting principles courses throughout the country.We offer our thanks to those many people for their criticism, constructive suggestions, and innovative ideas.We are indebted to the following people for their contributions to the most recent editions of the book. Reviewers and Focus Group Participants for the Ninth Edition John Ahmad, Northern Virginia Community College— Annandale; Colin Battle, Broward Community College; Beverly Beatty, Anne Arundel Community College; Jaswinder Bhangal, Chabot College; Leroy Bugger, Edison Community College; Ann Cardozo, Broward Community College; Kimberly Charland, Kansas State University; Lisa Cole, Johnson County Community College. 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Kieso, DeKalb, Illinois Acknowledgments xiii PDF Watermark Remover DEMO : Purchase from to remove the watermark The “All About You” feature promotes financial literacy. These full-page boxes will get students thinking and talking about how accounting impacts their personal lives. Students are more likely to understand the accounting concept being made within the textbook when accounting material is linked to a familiar topic. Each All About You box presents a highinterest issue related to the chapter topic, offers facts about it, poses a situation for students to think about, and offers brief opposing answers as a starting place for further discussion. As a feedback mechanism, the authors’ comments and opinions about the situation appear at the end of the chapter. In addition, an “All About You” Activity, located in the Broadening Your Perspective section near the end of the assignment material, offers further opportunity to explore aspects of the topic in a homework assignment. CHAPTER 1 Accounting in Action Ethics: Managing Personal Financial Reporting (p. 25) Compares filing for financial aid to corporate financial reporting. Presents facts about student debt loads. Asks whether students should present a negative financial picture to increase the chance of receiving financial aid. CHAPTER 2 The Recording Process Your Personal Annual Report (p. 72) Likens a student’s résumé to a company’s annual report. Asks students to consider whether firing Radio Shack’s CEO for résumé falsehoods was warranted. CHAPTER 4 Completing the Accounting Cycle Your Personal Balance Sheet (p. 169) Walks students through identification of personal assets and personal liabilities. Presents facts about Americans’ wealth and attitudes toward saving versus spending. Asks if college is a good time to prepare a personal balance sheet. CHAPTER 6 Inventories Employee Theft—An Inside Job (p. 268) Discusses the problem of inventory theft and how companies keep it in check. Asks students’ opinions on the use of video cameras to reduce theft. CHAPTER 8 Internal Control and Cash Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft (p. 373) Likens corporate internal controls to individuals’ efforts to protect themselves from identity thieves. Presents facts about how thieves use stolen data. Asks students about the safety of storing personal financial data on computers. CHAPTER 9 Accounting for Receivables Should You Be Carrying Plastic? (p. 416) Discusses the need for individuals to evaluate their credit positions as thoughtfully as companies do. Presents facts about college-student debt and Americans’ use of credit cards. Asks whether students should cut up their credit cards. CHAPTER 10 Plant Assets, Natural Resources, and Intangible Assets Buying a Wreck of Your Own (p. 460) Presents information about costs of new versus used cars. Asks whether students could improve their economic well-being by buying a used car. CHAPTER 11 Current Liabilities and Payroll Accounting Your Boss Wants to Know If You Jogged Today (p. 506) Discusses ways to contain costs of health-care spending. Asks students to consider whose responsibility it is to maintain healthy lifestyles to control health-care costs. CHAPTER 14 Corporations: Dividends, Retained Earnings, and Income Reporting Corporations Have Governance Structures— Do You? (p. 624) Discusses codes of ethics in business and at college. Presents facts about abuse of workplace codes of ethics and responses of stockholders. Asks students for opinions on whether schools’ codes of ethics serve a useful purpose. CHAPTER 20 Job Order Cost Accounting Minding Your Own Business (p. 906) Focuses on how small business owners calculate product costs. Presents facts about sole proprietorships and franchises. Poses a start-up business idea and asks students to evaluate the cost of labor input. CHAPTER 22 Cost-Volume-Profit A Hybrid Dilemma (p. 995) Explores the cost tradeoffs of hybrid vehicles. Asks students to evaluate the pros and cons of buying a hybrid vehicle. CHAPTER 23 Budgetary Planning Avoiding Personal Financial Disaster (p. 1038) Explores personal budgets for college students. Asks students to look at a budgeting calculator and consider whether student loans should be considered a source of income. CHAPTER 26 Incremental Analysis and Capital Budgeting What Is a Degree Worth? (p. 1176) Presents facts about cost of college, and benefits of college education. Asks students to consider the value of a college education. all aboutY U * quick guide PDF Watermark Remover DEMO : Purchase from to remove the watermark Accounting Principles

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