Learn to automate business finances, including how to set up a new or existing company and enter customers, vendors, invoices, cash sales, bills, items bought and sold, and resale items. Additional topics include tracking expenses and income by job or client; monitoring and paying sales tax; receiving and depositing payments and reconciling bank statements; and printing invoices, statements, payroll checks, and reports. Reports include profit and loss, balance sheets, trial balances, journals, and cash flow. Prerequisites: Knowledge of accounting and working knowledge of Windows. Senior adult and disabled retiree waivers apply. Transcript available. No course material purchase required.
Build on skills learned in QuickBooks and take a deeper dive into customizing your business setup, including forms and Chart of Accounts. Manage inventory, and perform financial report analysis, along with an in depth examination of the payroll module. Going beyond basics, students will learn how to utilize more advanced features of the software and accounting practices and methods. This course is intended for those who have basic knowledge of QuickBooks or who have taken QuickBooks 1 and are looking to advance their skills. Tuition waivers apply. No textbook purchase required.
This is the second course in QuickBooks Online series. This course covers: setting up customers, managing sales transactions, creating projects and estimates setting up payment processes, collecting sales tax, recording returns and credits, creating customer statements, making custom statements, adding employees, managing time sheets and payroll, generating reports, setting up bank accounts, reconciling bank statements, writing and printing checks, entering journal entries, creating budgets, and closing the books. Upon completion of the QuickBooks Online Beginner course and this course, participants will be prepared to take the QuickBooks Certified User Online version exam. The exam voucher is included the the tuition cost. Course-ware purchase required. Tuition waivers apply. Transcript available.
This is course one of a two course sequence. This course covers the basic features and functions of QuickBooks Online, which is specifically designed to address the accounting needs of professional and field businesses, product sellers, and non-profit organizations.
Topics covered includes navigating the QuickBooks Online environment; creating and importing a company file, setting preferences, and setting up users; working with the Chart of Accounts; managing and customize lists; managing expenses and vendors; and managing products, services, and inventory. Upon completion of this course, and QuickBooks Online Advanced, participants will be prepared to take the QuickBooks Certified User Online version exam. Course-ware purchase required. Transcript available. Tuition waivers apply. Exam included (optional).
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Joppa Hall, Rm. 004
no class 10/2
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