The Lean Accounting Guidebook(Not Available)

Author: Steven Bragg

CPE Credit:  14 hours for CPAs

Learn how to streamline the accounting department with over 150 improvement tips for billing, collections, cost accounting, fixed assets, payables, payroll, and more.

Designed For
The Lean Accounting Guidebook is designed for both professionals and students. Professionals can use it as a reference tool for upgrading their accounting systems, while it provides students with an overview of how the accounting department should operate. To further assist the student, every chapter is followed by a set of review questions and answers. Given its complete coverage of lean accounting, The Lean Accounting Guidebook may earn a permanent place on your book shelf.

Topics Covered

  • Overview of Lean Accounting
  • Lean Customer Billing
  • Lean Cash Receipts
  • Lean Check Receipts Processing (No Lockbox)
  • Lean Accounts Payable
  • Lean Payroll
  • Lean Financial Statements
  • Lean Credit Management
  • Lean Collections
  • Lean Inventory Accounting
  • Lean Cost Accounting
  • Lean Fixed Asset Accounting
  • The Lean general Ledger Environment
  • Lean Budgeting
  • Lean Filing

Learning Objectives

  • Explain the concept of lean and the issues interfering with a lean accounting department.
  • Demonstrate lean concepts for the customer billing function.
  • Discuss how to create a lean cash receipts system.
  • Explain lean concepts for an accounts payable system.
  • Describe a lean payroll system.
  • Demonstrate how to implement lean concepts for the production of financial statements.
  • Discuss how to introduce lean concepts into credit management.
  • Explain how lean concepts can be incorporated into collections.
  • Describe a lean inventory system.
  • Discuss lean concepts in a cost accounting environment.
  • Demonstrate how to introduce lean concepts into the accounting for fixed assets.
  • Describe a lean general ledger environment.
  • Explain how a lean budgeting system can be created.
  • Discuss the components of a lean filing system.

Level
Overview

Format
PDF materials

Instructional Method
Self-Study

NASBA Field of Study
Accounting (14 hours)

Program Prerequisites
None

Advance Preparation
None