Introductory Accounting, Second Revised Edition Part 1, Accounting to Trial Balance Ch 1, Framework of accounting Ch 2, Introduction to accounting principles Ch 3, The rules of double entry Ch 4, Introduction to, and posting to, ledger accounts Ch 5, Goods and services tax and source documents Ch 6, Cash and credit journals Ch 7, Special transactions: General journal entries Ch 8, Posting to general ledger accounts Ch 9, Control accounts and subsidiary ledgers Ch 10, Ledger postings for computerised accounting Ch 11, Service industries Ch 12, Controls over cash and bank reconciliations Ch 13, Petty cash Competency Check - Part One Practice set of books Trial test Part 2, Accounting Basic Reports Ch 14, Manual payroll system Ch 15, Depreciation, disposal of assets and asset registers Ch 16, Balance day adjustments Ch 17, Trading account, profit and loss account and closing entries Ch 18, Worksheets and classified financial statements Competency Check - Part Two Trial tests Glossary of accounting terms Index
David worked at the Adelaide Institute of TAFE as an Advanced Skills Lecturer, teaching accounting and related subjects for a period of 25 years, in the classroom, on line and to external students. He is currently teaching accounting at Eynesbury College and the South Australia Institute of Business and Technology, which is associated with the University of South Australia. The students are mainly from overseas countries, participating in bridging courses prior to entering a university course. He has also worked for Telstra and the Commonwealth Auditor General's Office. David has extensive writing experience in the TAFE accounting area preparing subjects to be accessed by external students on line and in text and was also heavily involved developing flexible learning packages for external students for the National Accounting Project in the 1990s. David is also the author of Applications for Financial Accounting, published by McGraw-Hill, which covers topics to be studied after the completion of basic accounting studies.