An overview of QuickBooks:
The importance of Budgets and how to set them up
How to set up your Charts of Accounts
Why your Financial Statements are important and how to read them.
You are a small business owner and you are doing your own bookkeeping; this class will benefit you.
You have started your own business and wanted to save some money and are doing your own bookkeeping, or a family member is doing your bookkeeping for you. You have purchased QuickBooks because it is the top accounting software on the market. I can agree with that.
You got the software downloaded; you went through the interview process on QuickBooks. QuickBooks gives you a Chart of Account based on how you answered the interview. Now the question is: does this Chart of Account really describe my business? We want to make sure that the detail of your Chart of Accounts will benefit your tax return.
Did you know that you can set up a budget in QuickBooks? Not only can you set up a budget, but you can also, run reports to see your Actual numbers verses what you budgeted. Setting that budget and knowing the actual number throughout the year will help you make more of a profit.
Do you know how to read the Financial Sheets? We will look over them and see how they tie into your tax return. The biggest mistake I see people make is the coding. If you do not code your entries correct it will not show up correct on your Financial Reports, sometimes they will not show up on the report at all.
Gabriel J. Piña with will be teaching a Basic Beginning QuickBooks on Thursday, January 27, 2011 at 8am. Gabriel is a Bookkeeper, Payroll and Tax Specialist and currently owns his mobile business in Santee.
You can go to (see the link below) to register for the class. It is under Bookkeeping for Small Businesses. The classes are held at The City of Santee City Hall Room 7 from 8 a.m.-10 a.m.