One of the problems currently being faced by SMEs in Indonesia is the difficulty in obtaining access to financing sources from the banks because most of SMEs are not bankable. Just because their failure in meeting the technical requirements of the bank, SMEs borrowers candidate lost the opportunity to obtain credit facilities from banks, consequently they lose the opportunity to grow. One of the bank requirement concern with SMEs accountability that needs knowledge of accounting, feasibility studies, making the bookkeeping and understand the business management (accounting basis and cost of goods sold). Unfortunatelly they have no longer opportunity to be involved in formal degree education system. Support from universities for entrepreneurs of SMEs necessary in conducting to have knowledge of accounting is probably in form of training programs. This report is conceptual in nature that aims to demonstrate the importance of training and knowledge of accounting for SMEs so that SMEs can become a bankable debtors and obtain capital to run its business. Growing SMEs are expected to reduce unemployment and poverty in Indonesia.