Learn How to Use QuickBooks 2014!
QuickBooks Basics Course
Friday, November 14, 2014
Sponsored by Thigpen, Lanier, Westerfield & Deal
Georgia Southern University – College of Education
237 Forest Drive, Room 2167
Statesboro, GA 30458
Free Lunch and Parking Provided!
Contact Joy Johnson: 912.478.7232
Cost: $169 *
* Limited partial scholarships are available thanks to the generous sponsorship of Thigpen, Lanier, Westerfield & Deal. Call us today for details!
This course provides an introduction to all of the functional areas within the QuickBooks environment. Using case studies, the course will allow participants to gain practical, hands-on experience necessary to help them manage their businesses. The all-day course consists of the following modules:
Module 1: Accounting Principles and New Company Setup
Whether you need a refresher or an introduction to computer-assisted accounting, this module can help you gain a better understanding of accounting basics, including an introduction to the double entry system, accounting methods and concepts. Using a sample case study, participants will review the process of setting up a new company data file.
Module 2: Customizing Your Data File
This module will provide participants with all the steps necessary to customize your data file and will include other topics such as setting up individual and company preferences, activating and deactivating specific functions within the application and customizing built in templates. Participants will also learn how to set up a master list which will include a chart of accounts, items, customers, vendors and other name lists and terms.
Module 3: Daily Transactions
Daily activities including creating purchase orders, estimates, invoicing, credit memos, receiving payments, recording cash and credit card deposits, entering and paying bills, entering credit card charges, writing and processing checks and reconciling bank statements will be covered in this module.
Module 4: Reports
This module will cover generating and customizing reports, memorizing transactions, using filters and passwords, closing the books and backing up data files.
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