QuickBooks courses will be offered in Longview, Marshall
The Kilgore College Small Business Development Center will be offer two hands-on QuickBooks courses this fall in Longview and Marshall.
Level 1 will be held Monday through Thursday, Oct.14-17, in KC—Longview’s Hendrix Building, Room 105.
Level 2 will be held Monday through Thursday, Nov. 4-7, at East Texas Baptist University’s Fred Hale School of Business in Marshall.
These courses will be offered each day from 6 to 9 p.m.
Longview instructor will be Jason Cooner of Cooner and Cooner, P.C., and the Marshall instructor will be Chris Fyffe of A&G, LLC.
A certificate of completion will be presented to each student completing the courses and each student will receive Kilgore College CEU (continuing education units) credit for each course successfully completed.
Attendees will be seated at individual computer terminals as QuickBooks is examined as an example of computerized bookkeeping systems.
Students taking these courses will first explore the basic principles of setting-up and using computerized record keeping programs with an emphasis on the needs of small business owners/managers.
Tuition for each course is $179 which includes QuickBooks handouts and all course material.
Seating is limited and early registration is recommended.
Visit the SBDC website at www.KilgoreSBDC.com or follow them on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter at KCSBDC.
QuickBooks Level 1 topics include:
Common business accounting terms, introduction to QuickBooks, creating a new company file, working with lists, establishing your QuickBooks chart of accounts, setting up items, tracking customers and sales, tracking vendors and expenses, reconciling, 1099s, tracking sales taxes, budgets and forecasts, processing credit card payments, tracking sales orders and backorders, and more! Limit: 30 students, handouts provided. Basic accounting principles and familiarity with computers and Windows are necessary.
QuickBooks Level 2 topics include:Advanced reporting, understanding Quick- Books reports, importing and exporting reports, using special fields to improve reporting, using Microsoft Excel to modify graph data, setting up and using payroll, time tracking, estimating, job costing, purchasing and managing inventory, building inventory assemblies, customizing forms, writing QuickBooks letters. Limit: 30 students, handouts provided. Basic accounting principles and familiarity with computers and Windows are necessary. QuickBooks Level 1 recommended prior to taking this course.