Intermediate QuickBooks 2012
Discover how to use the advanced features in QuickBooks to gain more control over how you manage your company's accounting files, lists, and inventory.
QuickBooks is a popular way for small and midsized businesses to keep track of their accounting, but many users aren't aware of the software's powerful advanced features. In this course, you'll find out how to get the most out of this feature-packed program. We'll go beyond the basic concepts to discover the software's most useful in-depth features and applications.
You'll learn how to manage multiple company files and how to export and import list data from one file to the next. You'll also learn how to enter price levels and track discounts and credits. If your business handles inventory, you'll learn to enter units you've purchased and track them all the way through to sale. You'll even learn how to enter and track mileage for any vehicles that you use in your business.
You'll discover the answers to many other common questions that small business owners have, including how to create customer statements and assess finance charges on overdue balances. And you'll see how to write off these past-due balances when it appears that the customer is not going to pay.
In addition, you'll learn how to enter common transactions that occur between the owner and the business, such as the owner taking money out of the business or investing new capital. You'll even learn how to deal with those sticky situations where you pay for a business expense using personal cash. We'll discuss how to track loans and how to use the budgeting feature to better plan for business expenses.
Are you a QuickBooks user who has a good grasp on the basics of managing files and lists, or have you successfully completed the Introduction to QuickBooks course? And are you ready to dive into the program's advanced features? Then this course is for you! Whether you're a small business owner, a bookkeeper, or an accountant, you'll find plenty of tips and tricks to help you get the most out of QuickBooks.