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Competition Policy

Explaining the Rationale for Competition Policy. How might the effectiveness of such policies be...
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Why Bookkeeping ?

All businesses have transactions and all transactions need to be recorded. For one thing you...
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Succeeding in Accounting Exams

The examination is the final chance that you will have to prove to yourself (and others) how...
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Keynes' Three Motives for Holding Money

Fischer’s QTM and Keynes’s liquidity preference theory (LPT) We start with Fischer’s QTM- this...

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  • Why A-level Accounting is not popular in London

    Dilukshan A-level Accounting Tutor (Harrow) Picture Accounting is a very popular and rewarding profession today. Professionals prepare for accounting exams and get trained in accounting firms to pursue an exciting and challenging career. But interestingly most students generally only get their first taste of accounting at university and later on...
  • Accounting Basics

    Bob Sofat A-level Accounting Tutor (Ilford) Picture Basics To understanding the basics of accounting, one must come to terms with the double entry; the debits and the credits. In simple terms, DEBIT in accounting means IN, and CREDIT means OUT. For example, if a business buys a van, paying by cheque, then the accounting entry would be DEBIT:...
  • Keynes' Three Motives for Holding Money

    Mr Smith A-level Accounting Tutor (Birmingham) Picture Fischer’s QTM and Keynes’s liquidity preference theory (LPT) We start with Fischer’s QTM- this is based on how the nominal value of aggregate income is determined In this theory, interest rates have no effect on the demand for money. In fact, Fischer wanted to find the link between money supply...

 

  • Succeeding in Accounting Exams Editor's Pick

    Moses Devaruban A-level Accounting Tutor (Birmingham) Picture The examination is the final chance that you will have to prove to yourself (and others) how capable you are. This is what you have been training for over the past couple of months and years. The key to success is planning and timing. - Read the front sheet of your examination booklet.- Quickly...
  • Double Entry Bookkeeping Editor's Pick

    A-level Accounting Tutor (Peterborough) Picture Double entry accounting was developed in the 12th century and still used today – it is a system that is used for organisations to record their financial transactions. The transactions are recorded in ‘accounts’ and each account will show a history of changes in monetary values. Double Entry...
  • Assessing performance (Interpreting Ratios)

    A-level Accounting Tutor (West London) Picture   PROFITABILITY RATIO One of the most important measures of a company’s success is its profitability. However, individual figures shown in the income statement/profit and loss account for gross profit and net profit mean very little by themselves. When these profit figures are expressed as a...