- As long as you know how to add and subtract (or can use a calculator!), you're ready to begin!
Using simple, easy-to-understand discussion, illustrations and note sheets, this 4.5 hour course with over 50 video lessons teaches you the basic building blocks of how money is tracked and what that means to your business, clients or projects.
Everyday examples using common phrases and terms you already know allows the instructor to teach that "other language" and for you to feel more confident in working with vendors, customers, employees, investors, instructors and more!
After completing the course, you will feel more confident and knowledgeable on topics such as.
- What is Income and how do you track it?
- Which types of Expenses can be claimed by your business
- The difference between Assets, Liabilities and Equity
- The Five W's of Bookkeeping
- Transactions, The Fundamental Financial Equation and Charts of Accounts.
- Accounts Receivables and Accounts Payables
- Reading Financial Reports
- Business Odds and Ends such as Mileage Tracking, Credit Terms, Shipping and Freight, Trade Discounts
- The Top 10 Mistakes Small Businesses Make
- The Top 6 Tips for Good Bookkeeping
Who this course is for:
- This course is designed for business owners who want a better understanding of the basic concepts of bookkeeping and tax prep business who want to add virtual bookkeeping to their suite of services.
- A stronger grasp of these basics concepts helps every area of business from communicating with their tax advisors to making better decisions for the company and employees; to students learning to communicate with their instructors.
Advanced Bookkeeping Course:
Using simple, easy-to-understand discussion, illustrations and note sheets, this focused course teaches you the basic understanding of the financial tools "debits" and "credits".
Everyday examples using common phrases and terms you already know allows the instructor to break through the confusion and teach the concept and use of the tools on which everything else in bookkeeping and accounting is built.
After completing the course, students will feel more confident and knowledgeable on topics such as...
- What's the difference between debits and credits
- When does each one mean an increase versus a decrease
- How do they relate to assets, liabilities and equity
- Also, how do they relate to income and expenses
- What is a T-Account and how is it used in bookkeeping
- What is an EASY way to remember when to use "debit" and use "credit"
Along with examining how to navigate and understand how QuickBooks™ works, learn to use the program for all aspects of small business bookkeeping to complete everything from writing checks, to entering and paying bills, through reconciling accounts and more. Successful students will master the QB program where they can competently manage the day-to-day bookkeeping for their own company or those of others.
Topics covered include:
- What is QuickBooks™ and How Do You Navigate It?
- Setting Up and Customizing the Chart of Accounts
- Writing Checks
- Working with Check and other Account Registers
- Printing Checks
- Editing, Voiding and Deleting Checks
- Recording Sales through Sales Receipts and Invoices
- Issuing Customer Credits
- Receiving, Posting and Depositing Payments
- Entering and Paying Bills
- Receiving Credit from Vendors
- Reconciling Bank Statements and Credit Card Statements
- All You Want To Know About QB Reports
- Which Version of QB Is Right For You?
- Setting Up Users, Access and Other Preferences
- Backing Up QuickBooks™
- Recording Journal Entries
- Setting Up Your Own Company File
- And more...