This second QuickBooks course covers setting up a company data file, entering historical information and setting up user preferences for the file. Creating and setting up sales taxes and codes, as well as redesigning sales invoices and other forms, are also covered. Other topics include bank reconciliations, credit cards accepted for sales and used for purchases, data security (passwords and other users), budgets, class (departmental) accounting, inventory write-offs and item assembly, estimates and progress invoicing, finance charges on overdue customer accounts, handling NSF cheques and bad debts, tax remittances and refund claims, advanced payroll including payroll schedules, employee departures, Records of Employment, T4’s and payroll liabilities, with remittance of source deductions. The textbook also includes a self-study module covering working with foreign currencies.
Prerequisite: QuickBooks – Part 1.
Course fee includes a $52 textbook.
A Certificate will be issued upon course completion.
About Instructor Amika Kehler
Amika has been teaching office systems and solving bookkeeping problems for 20 years. Her many years as a Sage and Quickbooks advisor, and field experience with small and medium businesses, she knows exactly how these programs and tools are used in real life
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