04/24/19 - 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.
05/07/19 - QuickBooks Online® Fundamentals
If you run a business, good financial records are crucial to your business decisions, and your tax returns! Learn how to manage your company's daily workflow using QuickBooks® Online. We’ll take a look at all of QuickBooks’s features, and help you determine which options you need to get the reports you want.
05/29/19 - Banking Feed and Reconciling
One of the best features in QuickBooks® Online is the ability to connect your bank accounts and credit cards. The Banking feed allows you to pull in your transactions and classify them automatically, instead of entering everything in by hand. We’ll also show you how to reconcile your accounts at the end of the month so that you can have confidence in your numbers.
06/04/19 - Projects, Progress Invoicing, Job Costing
When you work in the trades, QuickBooks® can be daunting. In this class specific to construction and other service-related businesses, we’ll cover Estimates, Progress Invoicing, Change Orders, taking Deposits, receiving partial Payments, and Job Costing.
06/14/19 - Backing Up QuickBooks® Online
QuickBooks Online is web-based, and hypothetically never needs to be backed up. But there are plenty of reasons to back up your file: a snapshot in time, a failed import, accidentally deleted transactions. We’ll look at several different backup strategies to choose which one is right for your needs.