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close this bookBasic Accounting for Small Groups (Oxfam; 1992; 64 pages)
View the documentForeword
View the documentAcknowledgements
View the document1 Introduction: why keep accounts?
Open this folder and view contents2 Deciding what your project will cost
Open this folder and view contents3 Records of money coming in and going out
Open this folder and view contents4 Arranging your records to give more information
Open this folder and view contents5 Bank accounts
Open this folder and view contents6 Summarising the accounts
Open this folder and view contents7 Summarising your accounts in more detail
Open this folder and view contents8 Providing the information that your group needs
Open this folder and view contents9 Having the accounts checked
View the documentAppendix 1 : Example of a receipts and payments account
View the documentAppendix 2 : Glossary of terms used
View the documentAppendix 3 : Some blank forms which you may find useful
View the documentFurther reading
 

Basic Accounting for Small Groups

John Cammack

Oxfam (UK and Ireland)

Published by Oxfam (UK and Ireland)
First published in 1992 Reprinted in 1996
ISBN 0 85598 148 2
© Oxfam (UK and Ireland) 1992

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Village pharmacy, Burkina Faso (Jeremy Hartley/Oxfam)
Coffee growers' co-operative, Haiti (Caroline Watson/Oxfam)
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