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Diploma in Office Accounting

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This diploma course in accounting takes an in-depth look at the processes.

and controls used to record sales and inventory business transactions.


Course Name: Diploma in Office Accounting
Course Id: DOAC/Q1001.
Education Qualification: 10th Pass.
Course and Exam Fee: 2000.

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Step 7- After Completion of  Course Study give Online Examination.

Step 8- After Online Examination within 7 days you will get Diploma Certificate soft copy(Scan Copy) and Hard Copy(Original With Seal and Sign) within 30 days.

Step 9- After Certification you will receive Prospect Job Opportunities as per your Interest Area.

Online Examination Detail:

Duration- 60 minutes.

No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).

Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.

There is No Negative marking in this module.

Benefits of Certification:

  • Government Authorized Assessment Agency Certification.
  • Certificate Valid for Lifetime.
  • Lifetime Verification of Certificate.
  • Free Job Assistance as per your Interest Area.

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Diploma in Office Accounting
Name of PaperM. MarksPass Marks
 Accounting—the Language of Business10040
Analyzing Business Transactions10040
General Journal and General Ledger10040
Closing Entries and Post-Closing Trial Balance10040
Cash Receipts, Cash Payments, and Banking Procedures10040
Financial Statements and Closing Procedures10040


Accounting—the Language of Business

Explain how accounting information assists in making decisions, Describe the components of the balance sheet, Analyze business transactions and relate them to changes in the balance sheet, Classify operating, investing, and financing activities in a cash flow statement, Compare the features of proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations, Describe auditing and how it enhances the value of financial information, Distinguish between public and private accounting, Evaluate the role of ethics in the accounting process, Initial investment, Loan from bank Acquire inventory for cash, Acquire inventory on credit, Acquire store equipment for cash plus credit Sale of equipment, Collections from debtors Balance.

Analyzing Business Transactions

Record in equation form the financial effects of a business transaction, Define, identify, and understand the relationship between asset, liability, and owner’s equity accounts, Analyze the effects of business transactions on a firm’s assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity and record these effects in accounting equation form Prepare an income statement Prepare a statement of owner’s equity and a balance sheet, Define the accounting terms new to this chapter accounts payable accounts receivable assets balance sheet break even business transaction capital equity expense fair market value fundamental accounting equation income statement.

General Journal and General Ledger

Section Record transactions in the general journal, Prepare compound journal entries, Post journal entries to general, ledger accounts, Correct errors made in the journal or ledger, Complete a trial balance on a worksheet, Assets, Liabilities Equity Revenues Expenses Equipment (this is an asset account), Identify the accounts affected, Classify the accounts affected, Determine the amount of increase or decrease for each account affected, Make the entry in T-account form Record the complete entry in general journal form, Record transactions in the general journal Prepare compound journal entries .

Closing Entries and Post-Closing Trial Balance

Journalize and post-closing entries, what is the Income Summary account? Classified as a temporary owner’s equity account, Does not have a normal balance,  Has a zero balance after the closing process and remains with a zero balance until after the closing procedure for the next period,  Cash Accounts Receivable Supplies Prepaid, Rent Equipment Accum. Depr.—Equip. Jason Taylor, Cap. Accounts Payable Jason Taylor, Draw Salaries Expense Utilities Expense Supplies Expense Rent Expense.

Cash Receipts, Cash Payments, and Banking Procedures

Record cash receipts in a cash receipts journal, Account for cash short or over Post from the cash receipts journal to subsidiary and general ledgers, Supermarkets receive checks as well as currency and coins, Department stores receive checks in the mail from charge account customers, Wholesalers usually receive cash in the form of checks, Anderson, Cash Sales Vickie, Bowman, Investment, Barbara, Coe Cash, Sales, Businesses with many sales discounts add a Sales Discounts, Debit column to the cash receipts journal Notes Receivable Accounts Rec./Stacee Fairley Received a 6-month, 9% note from Stacee.

Financial Statements and Closing Procedures

Preparing a trial balance, Identifying, collecting, and analyzing information for accounts that require adjustments, Preparing the adjusting  journal entries and posting them to the ledgers Preparing an adjusted, or final, trial balance,  Use the final trial balance to prepare the required financial statements,  Formally closing the accounting records for the period,  They comprise the majority of the accounting  cycle’s steps,  Balance sheet accounts (e.g., cash, fixed assets, accounts payable, common stock, etc.).