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    Default Book keeping

    Hi! Does anyone do book keeping from
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    .. Bumping for the evening hubbers 😊

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    Subbing, interested to!

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    We were talking about this the other day .. Apparently now you have to do work experience and also an accounting part of the bookkeeping course. So while the course is easy you need someone to take you on as work exp so you can get qualified..
    This information is from a book keeper who I used to work with.

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    Subbing - I'm currently studying Diploma of Accounting through OTEN. Interesting to read you have do to work experience.

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    When I looked at the cert 4 and diploma courses on the internet today they didn't mention work placements

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    I do it. I did two community college courses, one for bookkeeping where they teach you the old fashioned write it out in actual ledgers/journals so you get the principle and then a myob course.
    I do it for my husbands business, it's pretty easy to pick up once you've had a fiddle around with myob.

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    Did you do the cert iv in book keeping bubbles k? Do you do book keeping for other people too or just DH?

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    Yep cert IV (I think that's what it was).
    Currently doing DH and a family friends business as have my hands full with a 14week old.

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    And what exactly do you do for businesses? and roughly how much does a book keeper from home charge (just in general) only if your happy to answer and sorry for the 100 questions!


 

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