Bookkeeper II Certificate
Bookkeeper II is a short-term certificate that is a continuation of Bookkeeper I. This certificate prepares students for employment in an entry-level position. Bookkeeping clerks produce financial records for organizations. They record financial transactions, update statements, prepare payroll documentation, prepare tax documents and check financial records for accuracy. Students enrolled in Bookkeeper II must have completed Bookkeeper I.
Upon successful completion of the certificate program, graduates will be able to:
- Survey and analyze methods of accounting for current assets and liabilities.
- Understand accounting principles for acquisition, use, retirement, and depreciation of plant and equipment.
- Understand content and format of financial statements and reports using General Accepted Accounting Principles and Financial Accounting standards Board Pronouncements.
- Under of corporate accounting with emphasis on capital stock, stock rights, stock options, retained earnings, dividends, and long-term liabilities.
- Reconcile or note and report any differences they find in the records
- Maintain payroll records and file necessary quarterly tax returns.
- Prepare tax reports and returns.