Solano SBDCFairfield, CA

QuickBooks Online (QBO) Training - Part 2 (5PM - 7PM)

QuickBooks Online (QBO) Training - Part 2 (5PM - 7PM)

Thursday, January 28, 2021 5:00pm to 7:00pm
No Cost

Understanding QuickBooks is a critical component for making good financial decisions in your business. Having a good accounting system can make tracking your finances and getting paid by customers easier and less time consuming than you might think!

Learn how to:

  • Customize your settings for easy use.

  • Navigate QBO like a pro & best practices

  • Setup customers & vendors

  • Create customer transactions such as: sales receipts, estimates, credit memos

  • Enter vendor transactions such as: bills, purchase orders, vendor credits

If you missed part 1 of this training series, you can still attend this training. You'll receive the action guide from part 1 to help you with that information. 

Seanna Asper is an outsourced accountant and consultant that helps business owners scale while maximizing profit. She earned her Bachelor's and Master's in Accounting from NC State University, is a licensed CPA, and former university instructor. Seanna uses her technical knowledge and over ten years of experience working in and around small businesses to help entrepreneurs simplify the business-side of business in order to crush their business goals.

Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance.

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