When

Saturday, 9:00 AM Mountain Time

Part 1 of 4, Feb 07, 2015

Part 2 of 4, Feb 14, 2015

Part 3 of 4, Feb 21, 2015

Part 4 of 4, Feb 28, 2015

Attendees register for all 4 parts of QuickBooks oWorkshops for $75.00 offered during the month of Feb2015.  Parts cannot be switched with those offered in Jun2015.

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Where

These are online events. 
 

 
 

Contact

Barbara Lewis ~ Online Learning Director
SCORE Denver
 balewis106@gmail.com
 

QuickBooks oWorkshops

Presenters Debbie Prolow Martinez ~ Certified SCORE Denver Mentor, Tax Accountant, Certified QuickBooks Pro Advisor

and

Marilyn Sudbeck ~ CPA, Certified QuickBooks Pro Advisor

Setting-Up QuickBooks, Part 1 of 4 ~ Feb 07

What you will learn

One of the main keys to a properly designed accounting system is your chart of accounts. The chart of accounts is the foundation that your financial record keeping system is built upon.  We will go over how to set up an effective Chart of Accounts and the types of accounts you will see.  Each account type (Asset, Liability, Equity, Income, Expense) will be explained and where that account shows up in your financial reporting.

Includes Q&A and Lab time.

QuickBooks Banking and Credit Cards, Part 2 of 4 ~ Feb 14

What you will learn

These are very basic activities, but they begin the gathering of information for your financial reporting.  We will enter checks and deposits in the register and through Write Checks and Make Deposits Windows.  Also, we will see how to enter credit card charges directly into the register and use the Enter Credit Card Charges Window.  The reconciliation process will also be covered.

Includes Q&A and Lab time.

QuickBooks Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable, Part 3 of 4 ~ Feb 21

What you will learn

Accounts Receivable

We will create an invoice for a customer and see how QuickBooks automatically creates an accounts receivable.  We will then receive a payment on the receive payment screen.  An accounts receivable report will show you the transactions that just occurred and the balance remaining.

Accounts Payable

We will enter a bill from a vendor and see how QuickBooks automatically creates an accounts payable.  We will then pay a bill on the pay bills screen.  An accounts payable report will show you the transactions that just occurred and the balance remaining. 

Includes Q&A and Lab time..

QuickBooks Financial Reporting, Part 4 of 4 ~ Feb 28

What you will learn

When starting out, small businesses often find it quite confusing to determine which reports are important and how to read these financial reports. Today we will cover three of the basic reports that a small business requires to keep track of its finances: The Income Statement, The Balance Sheet, and The Cash Flow Statement. The cash flow statement is arguably the most important of a small business' financial reports. This report essentially indicates if the business is generating cash, or not. 

Includes Q&A and Lab time.

 Register Now for Parts 1 thru 4