You're No Dunce
I know you're no dunce; but, sometimes you have to prove it.
The purpose of this site is to provide accounting and bookkeeping skills tests and exams in order to aid anyone seeking a bookkeeping position or just wanting to test their accounting and bookkeeping knowledge. Testing allows you to assess your accounting and bookkeeping knowledge and to determine what areas you may need to improve.
What Help Does This Site Provide ?
Looking for a bookkeeper position or currently working as a bookkeeper, do you really have the necessary bookkeeping and computer skills ? You can answer this question by checking out my free Bookkeeping Skills Tests. Only wanting to test your bookkeeping knowledge. That's OK too. Why is Bookkeeping Skills Testing important ? Since almost anyone can claim to be a bookkeeper, this makes the task of an employer actually finding and hiring a qualified bookkeeper somewhat of a roll the dice proposition. While interviews, credentials (degrees or certificates), background checks, and an applicant's prior work history are an important part of the hiring process, more and more employers are implementing pre-employment bookkeeping skills testing.
See what you know by checking out my Skill Tests with over 2,500 bookkeeping and accounting questions to help you assess what you know about bookkeeping and accounting.
I know that you're no dunce; but, an employer doesn't. In order to get hired for a bookkeeping or accounting position, as I previously mentioned, you have to prove to an employer that you have the necessary skills to perform the job. If you have a diploma or a degree and experience, that's a big step in the right direction. If not, having documentation proving you've completed bookkeeping courses and / or certified skills tests at least gets your "foot in the door".
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- Accounting & Bookkeeping Tutorials
If you need to brush up and review your accounting and bookkeeping knowlege and skills check out my free Bookkeeping Tutorials and my free Bookkeeping Help Site. My introductory tutorial can be used as a quick bookkeeping refresher course for those wanting to brush up on their bookkeeping basics. Topics covered include accounting and bookkeeping terms, the accounting equation, double entry bookkeeping, debits and credits, business transactions, general ledger and journals, financial statements, and more. In addition to my Introductory Bookkeeping Tutorial, I've written some additional courses (Bean Counter Series Of Bookkeeping Tutorials) for those of you wanting or needing some additional bookkeeping and accounting education. If you need to expand your bookkeeping knowledge, you need to check out these additional free accounting tutorials. Additional topics covered include cash, chart of accounts, special journals, inventory, and payroll.
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