New Accounting Book For Entrepreneurs
You don’t have to be an accountant to understand accounting.
In fact, you don’t even need to like accounting. However, most aspiring business leaders, managers, and owners must have a basic foundation in accounting principles to make decisions. Instead of teaching accounting concepts with numbers, math, or debits and credits, “How Much Does It Cost To Make a Donut?” delivers accounting knowledge and bookkeeping basics for entrepreneurs in a series of relatable stories.
Using a start-up donut shop as a case study, this accounting book for small business owners incorporates general concepts and reinforces them with a myriad of real-world examples. These exercises deal with the issues, personalities, and questions decision-makers encounter every day, and connect them to the accounting concepts that make a difference.
Follow a donut shop owner and her partner as they use basic accounting foundations to build a donut company. From concept through five years of operation, find out how this aspiring business owner learned how to make decisions using accounting without actually doing any, in one of the best accounting books for entrepreneurs.