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Accounting Fundamentals
I. Account Classifications, Account Titles, T Accounts, and the Accounting Equation
II. General Ledger Accounts and the Balance Sheet
III. Journalizing Transactions and Posting to the General Ledger
IV. Journalizing and Posting Cash and Charge Purchases and Payments on Account
V. Journalizing and Posting Cash and Charge Sales and Cash Received on Account
VI. Payroll and Various Deductions
VII. Banking Services and Reports
VIII. Posting Journal Totals to the General Ledger, Schedule of Accounts Payable and Schedule of Accounts Receivable
IX. End-Of-Year Worksheet
X. End-Of-Year Financial Reports
XI. Journalizing and Posting Adjusting Entries
XII. Journalizing and Posting Closing Entries and Preparing a Post Closing Trial Balance
Accounting Fundamentals II
I. Accounts Payable
II. Accounts Receivable
III. Uncollectible Accounts Receivable
IV. Plant Assets and Depreciation
V. Notes Payable and Notes Receivable
VI. Accrued Income and Accrued Expenses
VII. Dividends and Starting the Year-End Worksheet
VIII. Complete Year-End Worksheet With Adjustments
IX. End-Of-Fiscal-Period Financial Reports
X. Adjusting and Closing Entries and Post Closing Trial Balance
XI. Preparing a Payroll
XII. Preparing Federal Tax Deposits and Year-End Tax Reports
Introduction to QuickBooks Online
I. Getting Started
II. Accounting Basics
III. The Chart of Accounts
IV. Centers and Lists
V. Bank Accounts
VI. Recording Expenses—Part 1
VII. Recording Expenses—Part 2
VIII. Credit Cards and Loans
IX. Recording Income—Part 1
X. Recording Income—Part 2
XI. Recording Income—Part 3
XII. Sales Taxes and Reports
Intermediate QuickBooks Online
I. Managing Setting, Users, and Accountants
II. Product and Service Items
III. Managing Inventory
IV. Customizing Sales Forms and Tracking Classes and Locations.
V. Managing Projects and Sales
VI. Progress Invoicing and Bad Debts
VII. Payroll and Gift Cards
VIII. Fixed Assets and Loans
IX. Business Entities and Owner Transactions.
X. Banking Rules and Budgets
XI. Multiple Currencies and Vehicle Mileage
XII. Adjusting and Reviewing the Books

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