QuickBooks Pro 2012 [12 CPE Credits]
Category: Specialized Knowledge & Computer Applications
Summary: Author: L. Keith Jordan, CPA

Experience Level: Basic – Covers fundamental principles and skills. This level is for participants with little or no exposure to the subject matter.
Prerequisites: Some knowledge of QuickBooks is helpful but not required
Delivery Method: Interactive Self-Study
Course Formats: Online / CD-ROM / Textbook / Audio

Course ID: SK-107
CPE Credits: 12

Course Description:

Upon completion of QuickBooks Pro 2012, the student will be able to: identify, compare, and evaluate QuickBooks editions and versions, determine if QuickBooks meets company needs, and recommend the correct setup in single and multi-user environments; use QuickBooks to set up a new company file; identify basic elements of the QuickBooks Home page, define the role of lists and forms, and determine preference settings; identify features of the Chart of Accounts list, distinguish between accounts and subaccounts, locate non-posting accounts and contrast them to posting accounts; demonstrate how to classify and organize the Items list; describe QuickBooks payroll features and recommend from alternatives, employ user-defined fields to customize information, and demonstrate how to setup payroll information in QuickBooks; identify the basic elements of modifiable QuickBooks forms, and demonstrate how to use form options to modify and design these forms so that they better meet the needs of the entity; illustrate how to enter transactions in QuickBooks, use QuickBooks Fixed Asset and Loan control features, and demonstrate how to memorize and print transactions in QuickBooks; explain how to use the QuickBooks bank reconciliation feature, describe the options available, and determine the best approach for entering credit card transactions into QuickBooks; and utilize reports and graphs features available in QuickBooks, demonstrate how to export report data, and describe QuickBooks file maintenance utilities.
Start Date:  Monday, 06 February 2012
Enrolment duration: Unlimited

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