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About Addictive Accounting

QUICKLY LEARN BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING
Learn bookkeeping and accounting in as little as 8 hours.

SIMPLIFIED EXPLAINATIONS
The perfect companion course for all accounting students and business owners.

A COURSE FOR ALL COUNTRIES
Whether you live in the USA, Europe, Canada, Africa, Asia, or the Middle East, our Addictive Accounting course is for you! In a world of diverse interests, one thing remains standard, the double-entry bookkeeping system.

A COURSE FOR ALL ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE
Imagine trying to learn multiplication and division without having first learned how to add and subtract! It makes no sense to try and learn how to do multiplication and division without having first mastered addition and subtraction. The same concept is true for accounting software. If you learn the double-entry bookkeeping system, knowing how to efficiently use ANY professional accounting software will be so much easier!

PLENTY OF PRACTICE
The only way to really learn bookkeeping and accounting is by actually doing it, which is why the Addictive Accounting app contains a proprietary interactive accounting simulator. The simulator will teach you how to create and interpret all the journal entries required to run a business using the journal, general ledger, chart of accounts and financial statements.

UPON COMPLETION, YOU WILL UNDERSTAND:
. The journal, general ledger and chart of accounts
. The relationship between property and ownership
. Assets, Liabilities, Capital and Profit
. The true meanings of debit and credit
. How to make journal entries
. How to record purchases and sales
. How to record sales tax
. Accounts receivable and payable
. Commonly used bookkeeping accounts
. How to reconcile
. Profit margin and gross and net profit
. Normal and contra balances
. The difference between cash, modified cash and accrual profit
. Depreciation and how to calculate and record it
. Cash statement
. Profit statement
. Equity statement
. Balance sheet
. How to record paying contractors
. How to record paying employees
. The payroll registry
. Deductions and withholdings
. Income taxes
. And more

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