In this QuickBooks Self-Employed tutorial for entrepreneurs who work from home, learn how to record income and track tax deductions from your freelance jobs.
QuickBooks Self-Employed Course Description
In this QuickBooks Self-Employed tutorial for entrepreneurs who work from home, you’ll learn how to record the income and expenses from your freelance jobs. Separate out your personal expenses. Track tax deductions including health insurance, view the tax calculator for quarterly estimated payments, and even use the auto mileage tracker. Subcontractors in today’s gig economy use QBSE to generate a Schedule C, whether you’re self-employed, a driver for Uber and Lyft, or you run an AirBnB.
Is your hobby becoming an important part of your income? Do you file a Schedule C with your taxes? If you’re an entrepreneur who passionate about your product or service, but you have no need for elaborate bookkeeping, this class is for you.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Identify if QuickBooks Self-employed is the right version for you
- Set up your QBSE account
- Connect your bank accounts and credit cards to import transactions
- Create customer transactions to record income
- Create expenses to record costs
- Use the mileage tracker
- Run reports for estimated taxes and Schedule C
- Separate personal and business expenses
What You’ll Learn
The importance of good record keeping
Setting up QuickBooks® Self-Employed
Adding your bank accounts
Writing Invoices and taking Payments
Tracking Auto Mileage
- Sharing data with your accountant
2 CPE, Certificate of Completion
Field of Study
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Course Updated: December 2021
Here is the course outline:
1. Download the Handout
Download the handout that goes with the course.
2. QuickBooks® Self-Employed
Is your hobby becoming an important part of your income? Do you file a Schedule C with your taxes? If you’re an entrepreneur who passionate about your product or service, but you have no need for elaborate bookkeeping, this class is for you. QuickBooks® Self-Employed allows you to keep track of your income, separate out your personal expenses, track auto mileage, and see your upcoming quarterly estimated taxes.
3. Take the Quiz
Take these quizzes to demonstrate your mastery of the material. Pass each quiz with an 80% or higher to complete the Course, earn your Certificate, and win points!
The following certificates are awarded when the course is completed:
|Royalwise CPE Certificate|