Bookkeeping with QuickBooks 2019
Regardless of industry, all
businesses can benefit from using QuickBooks to organize
their finances, stay on top of invoices, pay bills
on time and track expenses efficiently. This 100%
online course will teach you how to use QuickBooks
2019 for basic accounting, double-entry bookkeeping
Outlook for Bookkeepers
- According to PayScale.com,
bookkeepers earn on average $17.37 per hour. Experienced
bookkeepers can earn over $56,000 annually.
- According to CareerBuilder.com,
bookkeeping is a highly transferable skill set for
accounting professionals who want to advance into
financial analysis or management roles.
- Technology is highly relevant
to the bookkeeper's role. Mastering QuickBooks is
the key to matching bookkeeping skills with expanding
requirements for analysis, visual data presentation
and reporting that provides value-added to the traditional
DOES THE BOOKKEEPER ROLE INVOLVE?
Bookkeepers serve on the front lines of a person,
company or organization's financial health. Strong
bookkeepers set up, deploy and manage systems that
record the flow of funds into and out of an entity's
coffers. Using reporting tools and systems, bookkeepers
help individuals and operational managers stay aware
of and improve an entity's financial status and performance.
DO BOOKKEEPERS NEED QUICKBOOKS?
QuickBooks® has replaced the manual entry functions
of traditional bookkeeping. However, the organization,
reporting and use of financial data still rely heavily
on human input and processing. Knowing how to automate
your bookkeeping practice with QuickBooks is an important
aspect to staying competitive in today’s job
WANT BOOKKEEPERS WHO ALREADY KNOW QUICKBOOKS?
Yes, if you're an expert in the latest version of
QuickBooks, you can walk into any small business and
immediately organize their finances. QuickBooks is
the top rated accounting software for small businesses,
you likely know a company that already uses it.
Set up and utilize QuickBooks
Perform basic bookkeeping equations
Enter data accurately
Use double-entry accounting
Understand the impacts of debits
and credits for all account types
There are no prerequisites
to take this course.
Creating a QuickBooks company file for a business;
working with and securing company files
Apply bookkeeping concepts to accounting problems;
running QuickBooks reports for the general journal
and ledger, as well as subsidiary journals
PREPARING THE COMPANY
Adding, changing and working with the Chart of Accounts
in QuickBooks; administering company lists by adding
customers and vendor
CASH AND FIXED ASSET
Recording bank account transactions by entering cash
account transactions and completing a bank reconciliation;
recording fixed assets and depreciation
Recording bills by entering various accounts payable
transactions; producing accounts payable history and
REVIEWING ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
Demonstrating the invoice procedure by producing a
customer invoice; producing batches of invoices and
MANAGING INVENTORY TRANSACTIONS
Creating and revising customer estimates, assigning
classes, adding and editing multiple list entries;
ordering and selling inventory by creating sales and
purchase orders and receiving inventory
CLOSING THE BOOKS AND
REPORTING IN QUICKBOOKS
Closing the books and running reports in QuickBooks;
Career roadmap: the job market and how to navigate
Helene K. Liatsos
Helene K. Liatsos is business advisor and QuickBooks
Certified Advisor with more than 25 years of experience.
She consults for a range of companies, from travel
agencies to startups. Her company Home Office Management
Experts was awarded the 2004 Home-Based Business of
the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Helene holds a Bachelor of Arts from Fairleigh Dickinson
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