The session gives trust administrators and those new to client accounting a sound grasp of basic trust and company accounting; it will ensure that you understand debits and credits and the basics of preparing simple financial statements.
- Purpose of trust accounts
- Different types of trusts
- Trust accounts
- Double entry
- Ledger accounting and ‘T' accounts
- The trial balance
- Accounting for investments
- Accruals and prepayments
- Life interest trusts
- Limited company accounts
The objective of the trust and company bookkeeping course is to improve both knowledge and application of basic trust accounting. The course will aim to incorporate key transactions that will be undertaken by trust accounting and trust administration staff.
On completion of the course you will have a greater understanding of double entry and general trust accounting. You will also be more confident and aware of any transactions that they are processing.
In addition, you will have gained awareness of basic trust accounts and be able to produce a working set of financial statements.
This course would be of particular benefit to trust administrators and those studying either the STEP Foundation or The Chartered Governance Institute IFA qualifications.
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