This unintimidating accounting crashcourse will address accounting related issues for early-stage businesses, including Quickbooks set up as well as efficient systems for order, invoicing and cash-flow management
The basics of making QuickBooks work:
- Brief introduction to the products offered by QuickBooks: ground based, on-line and hosted.
- What are lists, forms, and registers?
- Understanding items
- How to process accounts receivable
- How to process accounts payable
- Working with bank accounts
- Setting up and using payroll
- How to manage QuickBooks files
This session is designed to teach users how to process data through QuickBooks. New users will get an introduction of how to process. For more experienced users, this will be a refresher. For a manager/owner, they will see the steps it takes to do the processing and have a better appreciation for the value of having a correct setup from the start.
We will finish the day with some discussion about how far you can push QuickBooks. The largest client Bruce has worked with was grossing $100 million in sales at the time he finished his engagement with them. The same company is now at $200 million in sales.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR – BRUCE T ANDERSEN CPA
Bruce is a Certified CPA. He started his CPA career in Bakersfield with a National Firm which, at that time was tenth largest in the USA, where he did special tax research projects including obtaining investment tax credits for a central valley based bank.
He got his Masters in Taxation from Golden Gate University through the GI Bill. He then worked as a finance and general management executive for a number mid to large corporations as well for three accounting firms in Bakersfield and two in Los Angeles before opening his own practice in 1987 in Woodland Hills.
He currently does several hundred individual returns and over a hundred business tax returns. He also works on many multi-state individual returns and about a dozen multi-state corporations, as well as on all forms of business returns including corporations, LLC, LLP, partnership, S Corporations, and some trusts and estates.
Bruce became a Certified Tax Resolution Specialist in 2008, because he felt he needed to know more about the interworking of the tax agencies and how to deal with them.
He is an expert QuickBooks trainer implementer and trainer, and has been doing QuickBooks training for over seven years.
When & Where
The Fine Foods Group & The Hood Kitchen Space
The Fine Foods Group
The Fine Foods Group (FFG) is a professional networking organization for natural, specialty and artisan food entrepreneurs based in Southern California.
Its focus is on creating a productive networking and acceleration environment in which its 900+ member companies can share best practices and contacts in the industry and benefit from other members’ insights on issues facing their businesses.
Visit our website to find out more about our organization.
The Hood Kitchen Space
The Hood Kitchen Space, an Orange County Health Department-certified commercial kitchen space in Costa Mesa, California, offering culinary professionals and entrepreneurs a reliable space on a 24/7 basis.
Visit our website to find out more, or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or inquiries.