Bookkeeping, Payroll, Quickbooks
“Bookkeeping Basics” is 4-hour introductory class. The class meets 2 hours on 2 evenings. Students learn about the recording of financial transactions and bookkeeping terminology. These skills can be applied to personal finance or professional bookkeeping.
This class provides a foundation which is essential for the study and application of QuickBooks accounting systems. A bookkeeper is an accounting technician who records the day-to-day financial transactions of an organization. An accountant creates reports from the recorded financial transactions recorded by the bookkeeper and files forms with government agencies.
Students will identify and understand:
- Abbreviations used in bookkeeping
- Purchases, sales, receipts and payments by an individual or organization
- Invoices, receipts, inventory
- Debits, credits, balances
- Cash Book, Bank Book, Purchase Book, Sales Book, Petty Cash Book
- Income statement, balance sheet, chart of accounts, financial statements
- Computerized bookkeeping
Class Tuition: $45
Introduction To Quickbooks
This 5-week class introduces the beginner to the basics of QuickBooks and its practical applications. The class includes a total of 15 hours of instruction with hands-on practice. Students will learn new skills and apply this knowledge to their specific requirements.
Students will learn how to install, set up and work in all areas of QuickBooks for a small business. The QuickBooks program is designed to manage payroll, inventory, sales and other needs. (this training does not include “manual payroll.”) Students may bring their own laptop if desired or a flash drive to save their files. Computers with the QuickBooks program will be available for all students. Class structure will be tailored to the needs of the students.
Students are required to have computer and bookkeeping skills. They must have some basic understanding of finances and bookkeeping before taking the QuickBooks class and be familiar with the recording of financial transactions, bookkeeping strategies, and terminology. These skills provide a foundation for the study and application of QuickBooks accounting systems. A beginning class“Bookkeeping Basics” is offered as a prerequisite for students new to the field.
*A bookkeeper is an accounting technician who records the day-to-day financial transactions of an organization. An accountant creates reports from the recorded financial transactions recorded by the bookkeeper and files forms with government agencies.
Students will learn to:
- Utilize Microsoft Excel for QuickBooks
- Monitor expenses
- Create invoices and reports
- Manage payroll and sales
- Interact professionally with customers, vendors and employees
- Other projects as time allows
Class Tuition: $185
Mastering Payroll With Quickbooks
This 6-hour class introduces the experienced bookkeeper to the basics of payroll and its practical application. Students will learn new skills and apply this knowledge to their specific requirements. Students will practice the payroll skills with real business applications. Students will have questions answered at close of class.
Students will learn to:
- Entering employee data
- Time tracking and compensation (creating paychecks)
- Deductions and taxes
- Record keeping
- Payroll Accounting
- Employee benefits
- Reconcile payroll
- Monthly, quarterly and annual reports
Class Tuition: $65