Accounting Foundations for NCEA Level 1 (2e) : 9781442539273

Accounting Foundations for NCEA Level 1 (2e)

 
Edition
 
2
ISBN
 
9781442539273
ISBN 10
 
1442539275
Published
 
01/02/2011
Published by
 
Pearson New Zealand
Pages
 
184
Format
 
Available on demand
 
Title type
Book
$51.49
 
 
Title type
 
$14.69
 
 
Description

Accounting Foundations for NCEA Level 1, 2nd edition, has been written to help students understand and achieve the requirements for NCEA Level 1. It covers all the Achievement Standards in a user-friendly manner that will guide students to success in NCEA Accounting.

This book covers the foundations of accounting for sole proprietors, community organisations and individuals, and it deals with the following topics:

  • demonstrating an understanding of accounting concepts for small entities
  • processing financial information for a small entity
  • preparing financial statements for sole proprietors
  • interpreting accounting information for sole proprietors
  • preparing financial information for a community organisation’s annual general meeting
  • making a decision for an individual or group
  • demonstrating an understanding of cash management for a small entity.

Accounting Foundations for NCEA Level 1, 2nd edition, is complemented by Accounting Foundations for NCEA Level 1 Workbook, 3rd edition (ISBN: 9781442539266), which uses the exercises from the textbook.

Table of contents
  1. Demonstrating an understanding of accounting concepts for small entities
  2. Processing financial transactions for a small entity
  3. Preparing financial statements for sole proprietors
  4. Interpreting accounting information for sole proprietors
  5. Preparing financial information for a community organisation’s annual general meeting
  6. Making a decision for an individual or group
  7. Demonstrating an understanding of cash management for a small entity

 

 

Author biography
Russell Gordon has an intimate working knowledge of the Accounting curriculum and of standards-based assessment. Currently he is the Deputy Principal at Mount Maunganui College, having previously been Head of Business Studies at Otumoetai College and Tauranga Boys College. During the past eight years, he has been the senior tutor for the Waikato University graduate programme for teacher trainees in Accounting, regional NCEA facilitator for Accounting in the Western Bay of Plenty, an external exam marker and panel leader for Level 1 and Level 2 examinations, and a national moderator for the internal standards for Accounting.