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Really Simple Bookkeeping Lesson 2: Purchases List

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About this Lesson

  • Type: Video Tutorial
  • Length: 2:40
  • Media: Video/mp4
  • Use: Watch Online & Download
  • Access Period: Unrestricted
  • Download: MP4
  • Size: 8 MB
  • Posted: 06/16/2009

This lesson is part of the following series:

Really Simple Bookkeeping (4 lessons, $14.85)

Do you run a very small business, so small that you're not registered for VAT?

Would you like to know how to keep your records really simply?

Bookkeeping doesn't have to mean buying expensive desktop software.

If your business has only a few transactions a month, you can keep your records easily on a nice simple Excel spreadsheet.

This lesson will show you the second part of that - keeping a list of what you have bought, i.e. your purchases.

Included in the price of the lesson are the video and a fully illustrated .pdf document.

With the fourth lesson, you can also find your own copy of the spreadsheet to use.

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  • Once you purchase this lesson you will have access to these files:
  • Really_Simple_Bookkeeping_Lesson_2_Purchases_List.pdf Really_Simple_Bookkeeping_Lesson_2_Purchases_List.pdf

About this Author

Emily Coltman
Emily Coltman
15 lessons
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05/07/2009

Hi, I'm a Chartered Accountant by profession and have now branched out into making screencasts.

My "Sage Tricks for Accountants" video series came about after having learnt these tricks the hard way as I struggled to turn a set of records on Sage into a set of balancing accounts.

And my "Really Simple Bookkeeping" video series was inspired by the number of really small businesses who just don't need to buy expensive desktop software to keep their books.

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