It can be easy to get overwhelmed when it comes to learning the ins and outs of QuickBooks Online, but that’s where this course comes in! This course will help business owners navigate the QuickBooks online program in such a way to streamline online record keeping as simply and easily as possible. The result is accurate records that can be used for taxes, loans and other financial decisions unique to the small business owner.
QuickBooks is a common program used by small business owners, accountants and bookkeeping professionals. It can be used for record keeping, budgets, time sheets and tracking projects and services. At its most basic, it can also be used as a spreadsheet tool. Many small business owners and professionals are intimidated by learning new software programs; however, it’s not as difficult as you may think if you go about it in an organized way and with guidance of this course. By taking your time, asking questions of both employees and customers who use QuickBooks and following a few simple steps we’ll outline in our course, you’ll quickly become proficient with the program so that your Small Business Quickbooks Training will be less of a workshop and more of a consultative style learning session.
Getting Started with QuickBooks Online – Basic Features
Getting Started with QuickBooks online is easy; within minutes you can be tracking your finances and growing or managing your business. The basic features will give you a good idea of how to enter in a transaction or two. If you have never used accounting software before, we will take the time to examine these features so that you get comfortable navigating all areas of your accounting system before diving in deeper. And even if you’ve got experience, it never hurts to revisit or explore basics you may not have been familiar with.
A small business accountant will tell you that online record keeping is worth every penny of your investment if it helps you get a good handle on your finances. Small businesses with one or two owners use an accounting program such as QuickBooks. But when it comes time to file taxes, look for capital investment opportunities or determine how much money is coming in and going out of your business, those basics aren’t enough. That’s where advanced features come into play and this course will help you understand and use these features to your advantage.
Self-Employed Tax Preparation
Understanding how taxes work for self-employed individuals is critical, and small business owners and professionals can benefit from attending our course that walks them through it. Knowing how tax rules are applied will help you take advantage of opportunities and plan for tax seasons in advance. For example, it’s important to know whether you should incorporate when you start your own business. Understanding whether or not your business must be registered as an S corporation means you can account for those expenses ahead of time if necessary. Small businesses owners who work with payroll services will also want to consider whether they need accounting software specific to payroll administration. By arming yourself with information on these topics and others in advance, you’ll be able to save time down the road by avoiding costly mistakes or oversights during tax season.