Managerial Advanced QuickBooks - Organize, Report, Budget & Forecast
Thursday, October 24, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
Ewing Township, NJ
Master organizing, reporting, budgeting & forecasting with QuickBooks.
This course completes the managerial picture beyond the basics. It answers questions that every manager/business owner needs to know about QuickBooks to successfully run their business.
Topics covered include strategic planning, preparing for a CPA visit, customizing reports, using reports to make decisions, cash flow projection, exporting and backing up, shortcuts, and many more advanced issues.
Bring your questions, and prepare for an information-packed session with takeaways to increase the effectiveness of your bookkeeping and financial analysis.
Prerequisite: Students must first take the 15-hour QuickBooks regular course at our center, or have approval from the SBDC and the instructor given prior QuickBooks experience or training.
Customize Your QuickBooks Experience:
Invoicing & Accounts Receivables:
Organizing Your Purchasing:
Mastering QuickBooks Reporting:
Use Reports to Make Decisions:
Advanced Features & Issues:
Preparing for Your CPA Visit:
Questions are encouraged during the lecture, and you will be working in a computer lab for hands-on learning. You can attend this course as a for-profit or non-profit small business, and our instructor will make certain to cover the course in a way that meets your specific needs and focus. Please bring your QuickBooks binder, so that we can hand you the additional materials for this course, and we encourage you to use these documents as checklists and guidelines for using QuickBooks.
Instructor: Carla Fallone - CEO of Fallone Business Resources, adjunct professor for College of New Jersey, QuickBooks instructor for 10 years, entrepreneur for 23 years, and founder of highly successful food services corporation. (View LinkedIn Profile)
America's SBDC network (www.njsbdc.com) is the premier provider of comprehensive services and programs for midsized businesses in New Jersey. The organization, which consists of 11 centers statewide, helps businesses expand their operations, manage their growth or start ventures. The New Jersey Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) network is partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the State of New Jersey, and The College of New Jersey. SBA's funding is not an endorsement of any products, opinions, or services. All SBA-funded programs are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made, if requested at least two weeks in advance by contacting 609-771-2947.
Are you a TCNJ employee who'd like to receive the college discount for yourself and another TCNJ employee? Please send us the details of your unique circumstances. We are happy to make special arrangements if we can.
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