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How do you keep track of your business income and expenses?
 
QuickBooks online is an opportunity to cut the cord from their traditional desktop software and become more mobile like your business.
The Online version is quite different from the Desktop version. This workshop is a good opportunity for
 
  • businesses who have never used QuickBooks to get an introduction to how it works
  • or for those thinking of moving from Desktop to Online.
Our introduction to Quickbooks Online will include setting it up correctly at the start, and navigating the program to help you get started and keep you going. Topics include: how to write checks, collect money, estimate, invoice, track time, pay bills, make bank deposits, run reports, setting up budgets, setting up loans, buying and depreciating equipment, sending out collections letters, turning estimates into invoices, memorizing transactions and more. Final night will include a Q&A session, to address items that participants may need further work on.

There will be time the second night to ask your questions.

Workshop will run two evenings October 11 & 18th from 5 - 7:30pm in the CDP Conference Room in Eastham.

 

Susan Cook, a QuickBooks Pro-Advisor, from AccountAbility Consulting will be teaching this workshop.

The class is available to all levels, even if you are using another method or program, come see if Quickbooks Online is right for you.
 
 
 
 
 
Start Date: October 11, 2018 05:00 PM
End Date: October 18, 2018 07:30 PM
 
The CDP is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
 
 

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Workshop Sponsors
 
 
 
The CDP s small business and technical assistance programs are made possible by the following funders:
 
Mass Growth Captial Corporation
USDA Rural Business Development Grant
Barnstable County Economic Development Commission
Cape Cod Foundation
Cape Cod Five Charitable Foundation Trust
Rockland Turst
TD Charitable Foundation
Santander Bank