Have you ever done an accounting E-SUA project in https://armonddaltoncloud.com ? Please see the papers. There you will find screenshots from armonddaltoncloud.com that will give you an idea of what kind of that project. If you’re interested to do this job, I will give my login and password for armonddaltoncloud.com, and I will have the same login and password. So I will be able to see the progress of the work. Once into the eSUA website, you will have access to all the detailed instructions, documents, files, etc. An important overview of the whole Accounting Cycle process is found in the Reference Book on page 10. The Reference book is a VERY USEFUL resource.
The E-SUA project consists of four parts:
Activity 1. Sales/Cash receipts cycle: Fill out the necessary source documents and then record the journal entry for each transaction in the appropriate journal (Sales, Cash receipts, or General journal).
Activity 2. Purchases/Cash Disbursements cycle: Fill out the necessary source documents and then record the journal entry for each transaction in the appropriate journal (Purchases, Cash disbursements, or General journal).
Activity 3. Payroll cycle and Month End Procedures: Complete the payroll for the end of December and then complete the Month End procedures including finish posting all amounts from journals to the general ledgers and prepare Dec 31 bank reconciliation.
Activity 4. Year-End Procedures: Complete the year-end procedures which include: prepare the unadjusted TB, then year-end adjusting entries, prepare adjusted TB, prepare formal financial statements, prepare AR aging TB, AP TB, Fixed Asset TB, and finally prepare the closing journal entry and post to the general ledger to zero out temporary (income statement accounts and dividend account (if applicable) to retained earnings.
If you’re interested, please see the attachment. There you will find full detailed E-SUA INSTRUCTION and Transaction List for project, and Website Instructions armonddaltoncloud.com Please let me know ASAP if you’re interested to do this job, and make your offer for a price for this work. The due day for the project is June 20.