Learn 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, and more.
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Job 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 bookkeeper’s duties.
Professional Bookkeeping with QuickBooks 2019 (Software Included) FAQs
Professional Bookkeeping with QuickBooks 2019 (Software Included) Objectives
- Set up and utilize QuickBooks® 2019
- Perform basic bookkeeping equations
- Enter data accurately
- Manage bookkeeping
- Use double-entry accounting
- Understand the impacts of debits and credits for all account types
Prerequisites and Requirements
There are no prerequisites to take this course. This course is 100% online. Start anytime.
- Quickbooks® Basics
Creating a QuickBooks® company file for a business; working with and securing company files
- Bookkeeper Building Blocks
Apply bookkeeping concepts to accounting problems; running QuickBook®s reports for the general journal and ledger, as well as subsidiary journals
- Preparing the Company File
Adding, changing, and working with the Chart of Accounts in QuickBooks®; administering company lists by adding customers and vendor
- Cash and Fixed Asset Transactions
Recording bank account transactions by entering cash account transactions and completing a bank reconciliation; recording fixed assets and depreciation
- Understanding Accounts Payable
Recording bills by entering various accounts payable transactions; producing accounts payable history and reports
- Reviewing Accounts Receivable
Demonstrating the invoice procedure by producing a customer invoice; producing batches of invoices and customer letters
- 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 it
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. Liatsos holds a Bachelor of Arts from Fairleigh Dickinson University.