Grade 9,10 Math "Recordkeeping for Christian Stewardship" Set

Grade 9,10 Math

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The ability to make wise financial decisions and to manage finances well is invaluable. Almost every occupation involves some recordkeeping. We all need God's help to wisely manage the resources He gives us. This course is not about getting rich, but about tracking income and expenses. Accuracy is of utmost importance in recordkeeping and is stressed in this course. From writing checks and balancing a checkbook to double-entry business accounting, this course teaches principles of good stewardship that prepare students for further service to the Lord.

The textbook consists of three main parts. Personal Recordkeeping discusses basic forms and filing systems for personal banking, budgeting, borrowing, and paying taxes. Business Recordkeeping deals with records such as cash receipts and payments, sales, inventory, and payroll. Business Accounting teaches double-entry accounting, which involves debits and credits. It covers accounting forms and terminology, including ledgers, journals, and financial statements. Each main part of the textbook ends with a project that reviews all the skills taught in that main part, such as managing the finances of a family or keeping the records of a business for one month.

The pupil textbook and the teacher's manual are hardbound. The workbooks have blanks and realistic forms to fill in. The test booklet has twenty-two tests on tear-out sheets, one for each chapter of the book. The teacher's manual contains an introductory overview, suggested assignment schedule, and a copy of the workbook and test pages with answers filled in. (The teacher's manual does not contain a copy of the student textbook pages.)

For the Teacher...

  • Introduction
  • Suggested Schedule of Assignments

Table of Contents

Part One: Personal Recordkeeping

Chapter 1: Recording, Filing, and Organizing Information

  • 1. Using Forms
  • 2. Maintaining Accurate Records
  • 3. Alphabetic Filing of Records
  • 4. Numeric and Subject Filing of Records
  • 5. Keeping Personal Records
  • Chapter 1 Review

Chapter 2: Working With Bank Accounts

  • 6. Basic Banking Services; Checking Accounts
  • 7. Writing and Recording Checks
  • 8. Reconciling a Checking Account
  • 9. Savings Accounts
  • Chapter 2 Review

Chapter 3: Budgeting Income and Expenses

  • 10. Planning a Budget
  • 11. Recording Income and Expenses
  • 12. Analyzing Income and Expenses
  • Chapter 3 Review

Chapter 4: Using Credit

  • 13. Understanding Credit
  • 14. Using Charge Accounts and Credit Cards
  • 15. Borrowing Money
  • Chapter 4 Review

Chapter 5: Paying Taxes

  • 16. Sales and Property Taxes
  • 17. Social Security Taxes
  • 18. Income Taxes, Part 1
  • 19. Income Taxes, Part 2
  • Chapter 5 Review
  • Project 1: The Magee Family

Part Two: Business Recordkeeping

Chapter 6: Cash Receipts

  • 20. Preparing Sales Receipts and Payment Receipts
  • 21. Receiving Payments
  • 22. Making Cash or Credit Refunds
  • 23. Using a Cash Register
  • Chapter 6 Review

Chapter 7: Cash Records for Small Businesses

  • 24. Maintaining a Classified Cash Record
  • 25. Preparing a Business Budget
  • 26. Keeping Petty Cash Records
  • Chapter 7 Review

Chapter 8: Business Banking

  • 27. Making Deposits
  • 28. Using a Business Checkbook
  • 29. Reconciling a Business Checkbook
  • Chapter 8 Review

Chapter 9: Farm Records

  • 30. Farm Income Records
  • 31. Farm Expense Records
  • 32. Annual Farm Records
  • Chapter 9 Review
  • Project 2: Grand Valley Produce

Chapter 10: Charge Sales and Accounts Receivable

  • 33. Charge Sales and Accounts Receivable
  • 34. Posting Charge Sales, Payments, and Credit Memos
  • 35. Preparing Statements of Account
  • Chapter 10 Review

Chapter 11: Inventory

  • 36. Keeping a Perpetual Invventory
  • 37. Ordering and Receiving Merchandise
  • 38. Periodic Inventory and Valuation
  • Chapter 11 Review

Chapter 12: Purchase Invoices and Accounts Payable

  • 39. Purchase Invoices
  • 40. Discounts and Due Dates
  • 41. Accounts Payable Records
  • Chapter 12 Review

Chapter 13: Payroll

  • 42. Computing Gross Earnings From Timecards
  • 43. Computing Gross Earnings: Salaries, Commissions, and Piecework
  • 44. Computing Net Pay
  • 45. Preparing the Payroll
  • Chapter 13 Review
  • Project 3: Miller's Lawn & Garden Equipment

Part Three: Business Accounting

Chapter 14: Basic Accounting Records

  • 46. Introduction to Accounting
  • 47. The Balance Sheet
  • 48. The General Journal and the Opening Entry
  • 49. General Ledger Accounts
  • Chapter 14 Review

Chapter 15: Accounting Transactions

  • 50. Analyzing Transactions, Part 1
  • 51. Analyzing Transactions, Part 2
  • 52. Recording Transactions
  • 53. Posting Transactions
  • Chapter 15 Review

Chapter 16: Multi-column Journals for Service Businesses

  • 54. Journalizing in a Multi-column Journal
  • 55. Proving a Multi-column Journal
  • 56. Posting From a Multi-column Journal
  • Chapter 16: Review

Chapter 17: The Trial Balance and Worksheet

  • 57. The Trial Balance
  • 58. The Worksheet
  • Chapter 17 Review

Chapter 18: Financial Statements for a Service Business

  • 59. The Income Statement
  • 60. The Capitol Statement
  • 61. The Balance Sheet
  • Chapter 18 Review

Chapter 19: Purchases Journal and Cash Payments Journal

  • 62. The Purchases Journal
  • 63. Purchase Returns and Allowances
  • 64. The Cash Payments Journal
  • Chapter 19 Review

Chapter 20: Sales Journal and Cash Receipts Journal

  • 65. The Sales Journal
  • 66. Sales Returns and Allowances
  • 67. The Cash Receipts Journal
  • Chapter 20 Review

Chapter 21: Subsidiary Ledgers and Special Journals

  • 68. Accounts Payable and a Purchases Journal
  • 69. Accounts Payable and a Multi-column Cash Payments Journal
  • 70. Accounts Receivable and a Sales Journal
  • 71. Accounts Receivable and a Multi-column Cash Receipts Journal
  • Chapter 21 Review

Chapter 22: Financial Statements for a Merchandising Business

  • 72. The Trial Balance and Worksheet
  • 73. The Income Statement
  • 74. The Capital Statement and Balance Sheet
  • Chapter 22 Review
  • Project 4: Enterprise Home Exteriors