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Producing reports i memorized report final accounts

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Producing reports i. Memorized report (Final Accounts) ii. Company and Financials iii. VAT reports iv. Customers & Receivable reports v. Sales report vi. Supplier & payable report vii. Purchases report viii. Stock report ix. Banking report x. Accountant and Taxes xi. Cash flow statement The last Group presents (GROUP VII) And the Course comes to an end, only waiting for clarifications and general comments, feedback and also evaluation of the impact of the course to both the student and the facilitator. 14 – 15 Overview of other existing accounting packages i. Pastel, and others ii. Summary and conclusion to the whole course and revision A course work assignment in which they have to utilize three chances/ choices to get the fairest mark possible (Tr) 16 – 17 Final exam preparation and revision, and final examinations Practical and some theory! Course delivery mode Straight lectures, discussions, tasks and assignments Course mode assessment 5
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Coursework will carry: 40% of the total course evaluation End of Examination will carry: 60% of the total course evaluation Pass mark is: 50% Recommended Reading Texts 1. Nkundabanyanga K Stephen(2010). Financial Accounting (practical approach) 1 st Ed 2. Accounting Information Systems; By Romney & Steinbart, 2006, 10th Edition. 3. Accounting Information Systems; By Wilkinson, Cerullo, Raval, 4th Edition. 4. Accounting Information Systems; The Crossroads of Accounting & IT; By Kay and Ovilia. 5. Accounting Information Technology and Business Solutions; By Irwin; Perry & Schneider, Building. 6. Excel Applications for Accounting Principles; By Gaylord N. Smith, Thomson. 7. Fundamentals of Accounting Information Systems: An Internal Control Approach; By Johnson, (c) 2013. 8. Implementing Tally 6.3: By A.K. Nadhani and K.K. Nadhani. 9. Microsoft Excel for Accounting; By Katherine T. Smith, L. Murphy T Smith & Lawrence C. Smith. 10. Using Excel and Access for Accounting 2010; By Owen. 11. QuickBooks Manual, 2010 12. Mitch Paioff (1989). Accounting Software Guide 13. Cindy F (2007). Quick Books 2007, Finance Software for small business. 14. Steve J (2007). Brilliant Excel 2007. 6
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