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Marjorie Ann Sajenes or Migs is a Certified Public Accountant who has been assisting undergraduate Accountancy students since 2013. In this course, Migs shares practical examples to make Bookkeeping more relatable to people.
What You'll Learn
Perform foundational and supplementary bookkeeping tasks with confidence
Professional and ethical obligations of bookkeepers
Differentiate business taxes in the country
Application of key accounting concepts
Bookkeepers preparation for a financial audit and Intro to basic costing
The four soft skills needed to succeed in the workplace
Bookkeeping Course Overview
8 Modules l 50 lessons l Finish in 10 days at a maximum of 2 hours per day
Learn key bookkeeping concepts, business taxation, and soft skills in management and negotiations, and more at your own pace. This course aims to develop a well-rounded bookkeeper and finance professional.
Learn about the common types of business organizations and their activities. Build the foundation on accounting terms, elements, and key concepts.
M1.1 Business Organizations and Business Activities
M1.2 Users of Financial Statements
M1.3 The Functions of Accounting
M1.4 Introduction to Asset, Liability, Equity, Income and Expense
M1.5 Chart of Accounts
M1.6 Key Concepts of Accounting
M1.6.3 Matching Principle
Learn the complete accounting cycle, from transaction analysis to the closing of accounting books, to be able to perform the bookkeeping function confidently.
M2.1 The Accounting Cycle
M2.2 Analyze Transactions and Business Documents
M2.3 Journalize Transactions
M2.4 Posting entries to the Ledger
M2.5 Preparing the Trial Balance
M2.6 Adjusting Journal Entries
M2.6.1 Accrued Expenses
M2.6.2 Unearned or Deferred Income
M2.6.4 Bad Debts/Doubtful Accounts
M2.7 The Worksheet
M2.8 Preparing the Adjusted Trial Balance
M2.9 Preparing the Financial Statements
M2.10 Closing the Books
M2.11 Post-Closing Trial Balance
M2.12 Reversing Entries
Find out the trick to handling difficult bank reconciliations.
Bookkeeping is an integral part of accounting. Become familiar with the accounting ethics that bookkeepers need to follow.
Give more than the usual clerical recording of day-to-day business activities. Develop your basic knowledge of inventory calculation and product costing.
Understand how Bookkeeping output for financial audits is utilized and how to prepare for it.
Learn the three business taxes in the Philippines: VAT, Percentage Tax, and Excise Tax.
M7.2 Percentage Tax
M7.3 Excise Tax
Develop relevant business soft skills to thrive in various businesses and careers.
M8.1 Time Management
M8.2 Performance Management
M8.3 Managing Upwards
Who Is This Course For?
This course is designed to teach how to learn Bookkeeping at home, whether it is for career or business. But first, let’s make sure you are on the right track by clearing the confusion between Bookkeeping vs Accounting.
What is Bookkeeping? It focuses on the recording and organizing of financial transactions on a day-to-day basis. Accounting is the interpretation and presentation of financial data based on the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. So if you’re looking for a self-paced comprehensive course including the Bookkeeping basics, Fine is ready to help you.
Online learners who want to have enough understanding of the bookkeeping practice.
VAs who want to be confident in performing key bookkeeping functions.
Business and Finance Professionals
Professionals needing a refresher in bookkeeping beyond their usual duties.
Self-Employed and Small Business Owners
For entrepreneurs looking for an easy-to-use, effective bookkeeping method using Excel.
Requirements to Enroll
Must be a high school graduate
Desktop or Laptop
You’re one step closer to your Bookkeeping breakthrough
About The Instructor
With nine years of experience in corporate finance and external audit, Migs Sajenes is a strategic leader with extensive qualifications. Her experience in financial reporting, regulatory reporting, and finance control operations has enabled her to serve financial institutions, retail, manufacturing, and education companies.
Migs is also an entrepreneur and a business management advisor. Her course provides sufficient bookkeeping knowledge in a digestible and concise manner.
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What You'll Also Get
Printable guides and worksheets
Once a month Ask Me Anything Session with Migs
Course certificate upon completion
What Past Learners Are Saying
Frequently Asked Questions
In a business, a bookkeeper is assigned diverse duties. He or she provides, manages, and records day-to-day financial transactions for a business. Other tasks include reconciling bank accounts, preparing payrolls, filing taxes, and working with an accountant.
Besides being one of the oldest professions, bookkeeping is vital for effective financial and legal management in any business. Maintaining accurate financial records is a good way to assess, streamline, and budget resources and costs.
No, they’re not. Even though they are both essential parts of managing finances, Bookkeeping is one of the foundations of Accounting. Accounting begins once Bookkeeping ends.
A degree isn’t necessary to become a bookkeeper. Even a high school graduate can learn on the job. A reputable training center like Fine can help you learn the basics of bookkeeping. You can also become a TESDA-certified bookkeeper with our Bookkeeping NCIII course.
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