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Looking to become a Junior Bookkeeper, Debtor/Creditor’s clerk or Accounts Clerk?

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Bookkeepers are in control of providing accurate, timely and relevant financial information about a business.

Time and again, the reports head to business stakeholders and managers to assist them in making relevant decisions.

The core duties of a bookkeeper are:

- Data entry: Recording business transactions and balancing the books.
- Bank reconciliation: comparing the company books against bank statements and
other source documents to test for accuracy.
- Monthly reports: Summarising the business’s financial position.
- Accounts receivable: Generating and distribution of invoices, and following up to urge
them paid.
- Accounts payable: Ensuring invoices from suppliers are correct and paid in a very
timely manner.
- Payroll: Calculating employee pay and related deductions.
- Tax filing: Preparing various tax returns.

Academy Training Group’s Bookkeeping course will equip learners with the specified knowledge and skills to:

  • Complete monthly bookkeeping to trial balance.
  • Reconcile supplier statements.
  • Calculate PAYE/SDL/UIF remuneration; monthly EMP201 returns & deductions.
  • Annual EMP501, IRP5, IRP6 & IT3a documents & VAT returns

Contact us on 012-997 2804 or email [email protected]

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