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AAT Bookkeeping Controls Virtual Class: Bank Reconciliation & Control Accounts

Gain competencies in Bank Reconciliation & Control Accounts

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£12 inc VAT (was £49.99)
Offer ends 31 December 2023
Study method
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0.6 hours
No formal qualification
Optional extras

Digital certificate included in price


This bookkeeping course will further your knowledge and prepare you for a career in finance, working in a number of roles including bookkeeper or ledger manager.


0h 34m

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The material covered will help you to better manage business accounts.

Learning Outcomes:

1) The preparation of a bank reconciliation statement

2) An understanding of the link from the bank statement to the cash book

3) To understand the purpose of using control accounts and how control accounts work

4) Be able to reconcile control accounts to subsidiary accounts

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Optional extras

Digital certificate

Reed courses certificate of completion is included in course price

Additional information:

Will be downloadable when all lectures have been completed


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