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QuickBooks PRO 2012 Training

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Overview:

QuickBooks Pro is the most widely used accounting software, which can help you to run your business, or could help you to get into the field of accounting. If you need to master QuickBooks, gain an understanding of accounting concepts, and understand how to get the most out of this fantastic software, this QuickBooks Pro 2012 & 2013 course is for you! This QuickBooks course will allow you to efficiently and accurately to manage financial information of your business, or the business you work for. Learn how to properly setup a QuickBooks company file, work with the chart of accounts and various lists, as well as properly account for transactions such as customer invoices, bill payments, payroll, inventory, sales tax, and more. This excellent QuickBooks course will help you setup the accounts, customers, vendors, and create the reports to verify accuracy.

Our learning material is available to students 24/7 anywhere in the world, so it’s extremely convenient. These intensive online courses are open to everyone, as long as you have an interest in the topic! We provide world-class learning led by IAP, so you can be assured that the material is high quality, accurate and up-to-date.

What skills will I gain?

  • Learn and understand the important areas of QuickBooks
  • Understand how important the period end process is and how to manage it including file maintenance, account review, and reconciliation
  • The use of the Home Page, Centres, and drop down menus will make it easy for you to customise your navigation with QuickBooks

Meet the Instructor:

Dawn W. Brolin, CPA, MSA, is the member/operator of Professional Accounting Solutions, LLC in Windham, CT. This firm’s client base includes not-for-profit agencies, contractors, government, retailers, and other service providers.

With more than twelve years in the field, Dawn has in-depth accounting expertise, coupled with a personal understanding of the challenges of running a business. Through her experiences as a business owner, she has discovered the importance of the relationship between good accounting records, good business processes, and running a successful business. She has been supporting QuickBooks software for those 12 years including working directly with Intuit (the makers of QuickBooks) on their Intuit Advisory Council as well as the Intuit Trainer Writer Network where she continues to teach accountants and end-users how to user QuickBooks software.

Course outline:

  • Module 01: What’s new in Quickbook Pro 2013
  • Module 02: Quickbook Overview
  • Module 03: The Company file
  • Module 04: Setting up for Multiple users
  • Module 05: Navigation in Quickbook
  • Module 06: Adjusting preferences
  • Module 07:  The Chart of Account
  • Module 08: Company lists
  • Module 09: Importing data
  • Module 10: Working ith the Bank Account
  • Module 11: Creating items
  • Module 12: The Basic of working with Inventory
  • Module 13: Working with Vendors & paying bills
  • Module 14: Customers, Jobs & Recording sales
  • Module 15: Sales Adjustments & Statements
  • Module 16: Customizing templates & forms
  • Module 17: Accounts Receivable & Deposits
  • Module 18: Sales tax
  • Module 19: Report & The Report center
  • Module 20: Managing Employees
  • Module 21: Working with Credit cards
  • Module 22: Loans & Liabilities
  • Module 23: Reconciling Accounts
  • Module 24: Online Banking
  • Module 25: What’s new in Quickbook 2012
  • Module 26: Finalizing your Accounting

What are the requirements?

  • You must be 16 or over
  • You should have a basic understanding of English, Maths and ICT
  • You will need a computer or tablet with internet connection (or access to one)

How will I be assessed?

  • You will have one assignment. Pass mark is 65%.
  • You will only need to pay £19 for assessment.
  • You will receive the results within 72 hours of submittal, and will be sent a certificate in 7-14 days.

What Certification am I going to receive?

Those who successfully pass this course will be awarded a QuickBooks Pro 2012 & 2013 certificate. Anyone eligible for certification will receive a free e-certificate, and printed certificate.

What careers can I get with this qualification?

This excellent QuickBooks Pro 2012 & 2013 course will qualify you to be an Accountant. As an Accountant you could work for an existing organisation, or could work on a freelance basis. The average salary of an Accountant in the UK is £28,235, and this will go up with experience (payscale.com). With this course you could enter any of the following industries:

  • Accountancy
  • Bookkeeping
  • Business ownership
  • Entrepreneurship

Key Features

Gain an accredited UK qualification

Access to excellent quality study materials

Learners will be eligible for TOTUM Discount Card

Personalized learning experience

One year’s access to the course

Support by phone, live chat, and email

Course Curriculum Total Units : 105
1: What’s New In Quickbooks Pro 2013
1. Overview of What’s New in QuickBooks 2013
2. Exploring the New & Enhanced Features
2: Quickbooks Overview
1. The Purpose of Using QuickBooks
2. The Many Different Versions of QuickBooks
3. Making the Right Choice
3: The Company File
1. Setting Up a New Company File
2. Opening an Existing Company File
4: Setting Up For Multiple Users
1. Setting Up User Permissions
2. Working with an External Accountant
5: Navigation In Quickbooks
1. Using the Drop-Down Menus
2. Using the Home Page, Customer Center, Vendor Center & Icon Bar
3. Using the Control Key Functions
6: Adjusting Preferences
1. Accounting Preferences
2. Checking Preferences
3. Desktop View Preferences
4. General Preferences
5. Payments Preferences
6. Payroll & Employees Preferences
7. Reports & Graphs Preferences
8. Sales Tax Preferences
9. Send Forms Preferences
10. Tax 1099 Preferences
11. Time & Expenses Preferences
7: The Chart Of Accounts
1. Accounting 101
2. Adding New Accounts & Choosing the Right Type
3. Editing & Merging Accounts
8: Company Lists
1. Working with Lists
2. Adding & Editing Multiple List Entries
9: Importing Data
1. General Importing Strategies & Methods
2. Importing & Copying/Pasting Data from Microsoft® Excel®
3. Exporting & Importing .IFF Files
10: Working With Bank Accounts
1. Creating & Using Accounts
2. Writing Checks
3. Memorizing Recurring Checks
4. Transferring Funds between Accounts
11: Creating Items
1. Creating Service Items
2. Creating Non-Inventory Items
3. Creating Inventory Items
4. Creating Other Charge Items
5. Creating Sales Tax Items
6. Creating Discount Items
7. Creating Subtotal Items
8. Creating Group Items
12: The Basics Of Working With Inventory
1. Working with Purchase Orders
2. Receiving Items without a Bill
3. Receiving Items with a Bill
4. Handling Prepaid Inventory
13: Working With Vendors & Paying Bills
1. Creating & Editing Vendors
2. Entering Vendor Bills
3. Entering Vendor Credits
4. Paying Bills
5. Adding Custom Fields
6. Adding Notes
14: Customers, Jobs & Recording Sales
1. Creating & Editing Customers
2. Entering Customer Payment & Job Info
3. Creating Jobs
4. Creating Estimates
5. Creating Invoices
6. Memorizing Recurring Invoices
15: Sales Adjustments & Statements
1. Creating Credit Memos for Refunds & Returns
2. Working with Finance Charges
3. Creating Statements
16: Customizing Templates & Forms
1. Working with Intuit Standard Templates
2. Duplicating Templates
3. Working with Layout Designer
4. Naming Templates
5. Importing & Exporting Templates
17: Accounts Receivable & Deposits
1. Changing the Undeposited Funds Preference
2. Receiving Payments
3. Making Deposits
18: Sales Tax
1. Setting Up Sales Tax
2. Setting Up Customers with Sales Tax Codes
3. Creating Sales Tax Reports
4. Adjusting Sales Tax
5. Paying Sales Tax
19: Reports & The Report Center
1. Working with the Report Center View
2. Working with Company Reports
3. Working with Customer Reports
4. Working with Vendor Reports
5. Working with Memorized Reports
6. Working with Accountant & Taxes Reports
20: Managing Employees
1. Payroll Subscription Options
2. Setting Up Payroll
3. Adding Employees
4. Creating & Using Timesheets
5. Preparing Paychecks
6. Paying Payroll Liabilities
21: Working With Credit Cards
1. Creating a Credit Card Account
2. Entering Credit Card Charges & Credits
22: Loans & Liabilities
1. Entering a Loan Liability
2. Paying a Loan Liability
23: Reconciling Accounts
1. Beginning Reconciliation
2. Reconciling Bank Accounts, Credit Cards & Loans
24: Online Banking
1. Setting Up Online Banking
2. Downloading Transactions
3. Working with the Two Views
25: What’s New In Quickbooks 2012
1. The New Calendar Feature
2. Formatting Reports with Microsoft® Excel Worksheets
3. Memorizing Transactions
4. Attaching & Storing Documents in the Documents Center
5. Entering Batched Timesheets for Multiple Employees or Vendors
26: Finalizing Your Accounting
1. Understanding Account Finalization
2. Verifying Account Reconciliation & Account Classification
3. Verify Class Tracking Reports & Making Journal Entries
4. Setting a Closing Date Password
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