Seventh-day Adventist® Church

Adventist Youth in the United Kingdom and Ireland


e-Club Bookkeeping Honour

Bookkeeping e-Honour

Category: Vocational




1.      Make out a household budget and keep an accurate cash and expense record for six months (junior youth can do this in cooperation with parents), or boys and girls living on a farm may keep an accurate expense and income record in connection with crops, dairy products, or livestock.
2.      Keep a personal cash record and budget for at least six months.
3.      Demonstrate ability to write and endorse cheques, fill out receipts, make bills and monthly statements, report expenses, keep vehicle mileage and expense records, and figure simple interest. (Inexpensive manuals of general business methods are obtainable everywhere.)
NOTE - Arrangements with a businessman may be made for a demonstration of a bookkeeping and accounting system. One may also accompany an instructor on field trips, which may include visits to banks, industrial firms, and factories. If you have opportunity to do one of these things, write a theme describing the visit and points observed.


We suggest that if there are any presentation elements for the requirements you record a video of yourself and include it with your written assessment in your folder.  Your director will check all your work when your club resumes. If all is present and correct, your director can then decide if you may be awarded your honour.

Finished all your requirements?  Complete this form online, print off the confirmation and include in your club folder.

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