Friday, January 24, 2020 from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM EST
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Arlington Economic Development 
1100 N. Glebe Road
Suite 1500
Arlington, VA 22201

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Using Quickbooks Online Accounting - 1/24/20 -C0001

This workshop will assist you in getting started with the QuickBooks Online accounting system. We will cover the recording of your financial transactions from all sources into QuickBooks. Recordkeeping concepts, accounting principles and some tax aspects will be covered as well.

A case study will be used so you will be able to follow all steps from data entry to generation of financial statements. We will also try to address any unique bookkeeping issues relative to your business.

You will need to bring your laptop to be involved since you will be accessing QuickBooks from your laptop. For those who have already registered with the QuickBooks Online version you will need a secondary email address to access the software. This is an introductory session to the online version of QuickBooks only and you may need additional assistance from qualified professionals to expand your use of the accounting software post-workshop.

Instructor Bio:

Robert LeMay is the principal of LeMay & Company, a CPA firm established in 1997 to address the financial accounting needs of small businesses. Robert has over 20 years of experience in the financial management of small companies. He has helped countless entrepreneurs realize their dreams of owning their own business, by guiding clients through the process of launching the business, managing growing pains and even assisting in the successful sale of the company. Born and raised in New England, Robert brings a no-nonsense approach to the world of accounting. He has an uncanny ability to break down the complicated rules of accounting in a way even the least financially savvy person can understand. Corporate citizenship is an integral part of LeMay & Company’s brand philosophy. Robert believes this begins at the top. Leading by example, he performs on average more than 500 hours of volunteer service each year.