Published: September, 2020
The QuickBooks Chart of Accounts structures your business according to accounting principles. Your general ledger includes assets, liabilities, equity, income, and expenses. Take this class to learn bookkeeping terms like Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable. By the end of this course, you’ll know how to read a Balance Sheet and a Profit and Loss report, as well as how to structure your Chart of Accounts so it supports your unique business workflow.
Your Chart of Accounts is the backbone of your business. It has two functions: outlining what the IRS wants to see for taxes and allowing you to generate your P&L and Balance Sheet reports. There are industry-standard accounts you need, but you also have the flexibility to create accounts that reflect your unique circumstances. It’s impossible to start using QuickBooks® without customizing your Chart of Accounts. This class will explain the fundamentals.
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Intuit Trainer/Writer Network, Diamond-level QuickBooks ProAdvisor Royalwise Solutions
QuickBooks Online Rock Star Alicia Katz Pollock is a Top 100 ProAdvisor and an accomplished author with several tutorial books on Amazon. With a master’s degree in teaching, 30+ years of tech industry experience, and a mile-long list of professional certifications, Alicia expertly blends deep subject matter expertise and patient guidance to provide an easy and fun online learning environment!
Founded by Jamie Pollock and Alicia Katz Pollock, Royalwise is an Apple, Microsoft, and Intuit-certified computer training and support company. We are certified to train and support all Apple products, Microsoft Office, QuickBooks on any platform. As a member of the Apple Consultants Network, we are certified by Apple to support all desktop machines running OS X and mobile devices running iOS. We have vast experience with iPads and iPhones, and how to configure and utilize iCloud to sync your data seamlessly.
Dec 9th, 2021
The instructor knew very litttle about accounting, but was knowledgeable about QB.