QuickBooks - Internet Version - Part 3 - The Bookkeeping and Accounting Process
Bookkeepers record every financial transaction made by a company. For each transaction, there is a document or online backup. Some examples of transactions are: receipt, invoice, purchase order, bill or debit/credit card charge, etc. Accountants analyze, interpret and report financial information for the business. Accounting also includes preparing year-end financial statements and making appropriate business decisions based upon the financial information available. This class will help the attendee to: • Understand the idea of debits and credits used in double-entry bookkeeping, • Explore the Chart of Accounts • Learn tips and advice about creating journal entries. • Get your specific questions answered about your business • Receive tips about best practices and using QuickBooks Online
Speaker(s): Marlene Houk
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