Top positive review
Good for bookkeepers
Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2020
I was having problems understanding the debits and credits in double-entry accounting, how they are applied to the different financial statements. This book is basic and explains just enough for beginners, without overwhelming them and give them enough knowledge to become a bookkeeper if they want to. This may not be the book for business owners who want to understand financial statements their accountants give them but will give a better understanding of what bookkeepers go through and how detailed the work can be.
The authors organized the chapters in an easy to read, explaining the basics first and then going through the bookkeeping process to the closing at the end of the year. When it came to recommending software, they came up short and didn't mention Xero which seems to be an upcoming software.
This is the book if you want to learn about bookkeeping. You won't regret it.