Fixed assets are recorded in the fixed asset register and each fixed asset needs its own fixed asset register card to record full details of the asset.
The chart of accounts often abbreviated to COA, is the foundation of the double entry bookkeeping system for a small startup business. It is basically a listing of all the accounts found in the general ledger that the business will use to code each of its bookkeeping transactions. This small business chart of accounts template provides an example using some of the most commonly found account names.
The charts of accounts often abbreviated to COA, is the foundation of the double entry bookkeeping system. It’s basically a listing of all the accounts found in the general ledger that the business will use to code each bookkeeping transaction. This sample chart of account provides an example using some of the most commonly found account names.
Keeping bookkeeping records is a requirement for any small business. It is crucial that records are kept in good order and that financial information is prepared on time and easily understood.
This small business book keeping spreadsheet can be used to record receipts and payments transactions and produce a summary of receipts and payments at the end of each accounting period.
The general ledger, sometimes called the nominal ledger, is one of the books of prime entry in a double entry accounting system. A trial balance extracted from the general ledger can be used to prepare the financial statements of the business.
Each account in the general ledger has its own sheet (or multiple sheets) on which transactions relating to that account are recorded.
This general ledger sheet template includes seven columns, date, description, reference, transaction debit and credit, and balance debit and credit, and can be used to create a ledger sheet for each account in the double entry bookkeeping system.
A petty cash reconciliation form is a business accounting document which is used to carry out a reconciliation of petty cash and paid vouchers to the authorized petty cash float.
Reconciling petty cash is an important part of the internal controls of a business. The petty cash register template provides a summary of the petty cash counted by denomination, quantity and amount together will a total of paid vouchers contained within the petty cash box.
A cash count sheet is used to carry out and record a physical count of the cash held by a business. It acts as a cash reconciliation sheet allowing a complete listing of all cash denominations, and highlighting any differences.
This cash count template is available for free download in PDF format.