Course Code: GES2016
|A.||Welcome to QuickBooks: Demonstrate how to set up a QuickBooks company file for a business by creating an Ace Photography QuickBooks company file.|
|B.||Working with Company Files: Have a better understanding of how to work with company files in QuickBooks precisely and accurately.|
|C.||Securing Your Company Files: Demonstrate how to secure company files in QuickBooks by managing users and data.|
|A.||Bookkeeping Defined: Apply bookkeeping concepts to accounting problems.|
|B.||The Journal, the Ledger, and Special Journals: Run QuickBooks reports for the general journal and the general ledger, as well as reports for subsidiary journals.|
|A.||The Chart of Accounts: Work with the Chart of Accounts in QuickBooks, including adding and changing accounts.|
|B.||Company Lists: Administer various company lists in QuickBooks by adding customers and vendor.|
|A.||Bank Accounts and Cash Transactions in QuickBooks: Record bank account transactions in QuickBooks by entering cash account transactions and completing a bank reconciliation.|
|B.||Fixed Assets and Depreciation in QuickBooks: Record fixed assets and depreciation in QuickBooks.|
|A.||Accounts Payable I: Record bills in QuickBooks by entering various accounts payable transactions into the course.|
|B.||Accounts Payable II: Produce accounts payable history and reports in QuickBooks.|
|A.||Accounts Receivable I: Demonstrate the invoice procedure by producing a customer invoice in QuickBooks.|
|B.||Accounts Receivable II: By the end of this lesson, you'll be able to manage payments, deposits, and returned checks in QuickBooks.|
|C.||Accounts Receivable III: Check for outstanding invoices and bill for the reimbursement of expenses in QuickBooks.|
|D.||Batch Invoicing and Creating Letters: Produce batches of invoices and customer letters in QuickBooks.|
|A.||Introduction to Inventory and Customer Estimates: Create and revise customer estimates, and you'll practice recording and tracking inventory transactions.|
|B.||List Items and Inventory in QuickBooks: Assign classes, add and edit multiple list entries, and track inventory in QuickBooks.|
|C.||Ordering and Selling Inventory in QuickBooks: Order and sell inventory by creating sales and purchase orders and receiving inventory.|
|D.||Vendor Discounts and Credits and Adjusting Inventory in QuickBooks: Manage vendor discounts and credits and adjust inventory in QuickBooks.|
|E.||Tracking Price Levels and Customer Discounts in QuickBooks: Manage price levels and customer discounts in QuickBooks by creating price levels, discounted items, and customer discounts.|
|F.||Working with Customer Balances: Learn techniques for working with customer balances in QuickBooks.|
|A.||Closing the Books and Reporting: How to close the books in QuickBooks and how to run and use important reports.|
|B.||Your Career Roadmap: The Job Search and Future Opportunities: How the job market works, and you'll obtain skills to help you navigate it.|
|C.||Communication: Learn basic concepts related to effective business communication.|
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You do not need an advanced degree to become a bookkeeper. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, you will need to have your high school diploma or equivalent to pursue a career as a professional bookkeeper. Many bookkeepers get started with an online course like this Professional Bookkeeping course. However, in order to stay competitive and open up even more job opportunities down the road, you may want to think about earning an associate degree in bookkeeping or accounting at some point in your career.
Not exactly. There are five major parts to the accounting process and they include: recording, interpreting, classifying, analyzing, and reporting financial information. Bookkeeping is the first, foundational part of the accounting process — recording financial transactions. However, bookkeeping is a great first step into an accounting career and with additional education, you use this as a way to gain experience and become an accountant in the future.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average salary of a bookkeeper is currently just under $40,000 per year. This salary can vary widely depending on your experience level, education and certifications. Your salary will also depend on the size of the organization or organizations for which you work.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are a lot of jobs for bookkeepers, and the job outlook is expected to remain relatively constant through 2026. Understanding how to efficiently use bookkeeping software like QuickBooks will make you a more desirable candidate as more and more businesses turn to technology to perform basic accounting tasks.
Most bookkeepers work 40 hours per week, though some do work part time. As a professional bookkeeper you may need to work overtime during certain periods of the year such as closing out the fiscal quarter and/or year as well as during tax season.
You will need to have a high school diploma as well as some type of bookkeeping or accounting training to become a professional bookkeeper. An online course like this one is a great place to start. You can try out this great career to ensure that bookkeeping is something you enjoy doing. If you want to stay competitive and qualify for more job opportunities at higher levels down the road, you may want to think about earning an associate degree in bookkeeping or accounting along with your training and experience on the job.
Most bookkeepers work in an office environment during typical 9 to 5 hours and spend a large amount of their time in front of a computer. As a professional bookkeeper, you will usually be working alone but may have a few people from other areas of accounting that work alongside you. It is even possible that you could work remotely from home for one or more organizations at a time.
No, bookkeepers do not do company taxes. Taxes are done by an accountant. However, bookkeepers play an important role in making sure that financial transactions are recorded in a timely and accurate manner. This ensures that the financial information for a company is easy to read and use once it is time for an accountant to take over and do the taxes.