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           $49.00 Early / $59.00 after  12/2/13


Wednesday December 4, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM PST
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National University - Chula Vista 
660 Bay Blvd #110
Chula Vista, CA 91910

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QuickBooks Basic - Chula Vista 

Learn to use the most popular bookkeeping software ever! 
You can do your own bookkeeping and control all your finances in-house! This class demonstrates all the basics so you can get started right away.
  • Setting up a company
  • Customer invoicing
  • Receiving payments
  • Tracking receivables
  • Entering and paying vendor bills
  • Receiving and tracking inventory
  • Credit card charges
  • Reconciling and preparing financial statements

This is a lecture-format workshop on PC. You will receive comprehensive handouts to follow the computer-based visual demonstration. You may bring a laptop for hands-on participation, but individual computer issues cannot be addressed during the workshop.


Tim Shortridge is the owner of Shortridge Business Services, where he provides QuickBooks setup, training, and support services to small businesses throughout San Diego County.  He has been using QuickBooks and teaching others how to use it for more than 20 years. Tim customized the Basic QuickBooks Workshop and geared it specifically to the operation of 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporations, thereby creating the QuickBooks Basic for NonProfits workshop.

Harry Duffield has 40 years of experience in accounting and finance. He started his career with Plante & Moran, CPAs in Michigan then moved to San Diego and worked for Deloitte & Touche CPAs (then Haskins & Sells). He then spent 15 years working for real estate developers in the San Diego area as their Controller/Vice President Finance/Chief Financial Officer. In 1995 he purchased a CPA practice and spent 15 years operating his practice which consisted of about 300 clients. He conducted audits, reviews and compilations, and prepared income tax returns for corporations, partnerships, individuals, nonprofits and estates. He sold the practice in December 2010 and retired.