Mamut Bookkeeping Software
course is about how to use Mamut based on the most popular functions which you as a Mamut systems operator needs to know how to use, in order to be proficient in using the software.
The learning is structured in a practical way. You are given a practical scenario assignment. There are various tasks to complete. You are given the task to do and have a go at, and then the video answer is available. It is suggested that you:
You'll learn how to set up the Mamut accounting system from scratch, how to enter opening balances, post customer invoices and credit notes, post supplier bills and credit notes, pay suppliers, petty cash, prepare a VAT return, reconcile the bank, post journals, run reports amongst over things.
This is a useful course if:
You will need to have access to Mamut. You can sign up to the Mamut site to get a free trial. We give you the link in lecture one and show you how to do this. The instructor is usually online to answer student queries for 2 hours each day.
The course materials includes the handout of the assignment task.
Successful completion of the course is the equivalent to being at the level of having a level 2 certificate in computerised accounts.
The course will take about 3-4 hours to complete.
Find out the background to your course tutor and the tasks and activities that you'll be shown throughout the course.
Download the booklet made by Mamut themselves, plus access the free link to download the software so that you too can complete the tasks.
Read the downloaded Mamut Guide to the software, plus you'll be shown how to set up the software.
What to expect when you first use the Mamut system for the very first time.
How to amend the chart of accounts on Mamut accounting software.
We enter opening balances into the system. This is something you have to do if you are starting the system part way through the accounting year, or if transferring from a different accounting system.
How to enter a journal within Mamut.
How to produce a trial balance report.
How to reverse an opening balance.
In this lecture, we look at how to produce a report of the journal entries.
We look at how to create and enter New Customers into the system.
We look at how to run a customers report on Mamut.
We look at how to create and enter New Suppliers into the system.
We look at how to run a Supplier Details report on Mamut.
We look at how to enter an invoice to a customer into the Mamut system.
In this lecture we post a BATCH of customer invoices.
By the end of this lecture, students will be able to process a pile of invoices very quickly.
We look at how to create a customer credit note in Mamut.
We post a batch of customer credit notes to the Debtors Ledger.
We create a report showing the activity on a customers account - like a customer account statement.
In this lecture we show you how to create an aged debtors info report - which is essential for good credit control management.
In this lecture add a product which we buy from suppliers.
In this lecture we post a supplier bill to the creditors ledge in Mamut.
We look at the supplier purchase order and process multiple supplier bills.
By the end of this lecture students will be able to input a batch of supplier invoices onto the Mamut system.
In this lecture we show you how to enter a credit note from a supplier.
Students will be able to pull up a report showing the activity on a suppliers account.
After completing this lecture students will know how to create an aged debtors report.
In this lecture we enter sundry payments into the Mamut system.
In this lecture we show you how to report on the sundry payments in the Mamut system.
Lisa Newton BA MSc FMAAT has a masters degree in Investment Management and a first class honours degree in Accounting with Marketing. She formed her first company in 2004 with £150 in the same month of graduating from City University, London UK. Lisa has never had a full time 9 to 5 job in her life. She's a serial entrepreneur and author who holds directorships in various industries including telecoms, property management, publishing, hair & beauty as well as finance. She has won various awards in Business including: Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2007, in 2008 Enterprising Business Award, in 2016 BE Mogul Award and has been nominated and shortlisted in numerous others. In 2011 and in 2012 one of her companies won Best Accounting Franchisor Award. In 2015 and 2017 one of her companies won Best Bookkeeping Business London (Accountancy International Awards).
Lisa's books include: How to write a book in two weeks, Constant Cashflow, Make the most of your money, How to start your own bookkeeping business, Cosmic ordering with Vision Boards, How to Franchise Your Business and Quickbooks Online The Handbook. Some of the books are in audio-format on itunes and audible.
Lisa supports the charity The MS Society. A speaker, coach, consultant and an avid networker, Lisa enjoys meeting people and working on projects with like-minded individuals.
In her spare time, Lisa likes traveling, dancing salsa, writing books, learning languages, meditation, yoga and cosmic ordering.