Learn to manage the financial aspects of your small business quickly and efficiently with this powerful accounting software program. QuickBooks is designed especially for the small-to midsized-business owner who needs a fully functional accounting system that's also easy to use.
You'll gain experience as you master the tools you need set up a chart of accounts; reconcile your checking account; create and print invoices, receipts, and statements; track your payables, inventory, and receivables; create estimates; and generate reports. Whether you're new to QuickBooks or have already used earlier versions of this accounting software program, this course will empower you to take control of the financial accounting for your business.
Your first lesson introduces the QuickBooks 2015 interface. You will find out how the pros use QuickBooks to simultaneously manage common accounting tasks for multiple companies, you will get to set up a QuickBooks Company of your very own, and you will learn some QuickBooks terminology.
The Chart of Accounts
The Chart of Accounts is the heart and soul of QuickBooks. In this lesson, you will learn how to take fullest advantage of this powerful tool to add, edit, and access accounts that you can use to track the value of your business or monitor your income and expenses.
This lesson focuses on using the company lists feature in QuickBooks to gather and organize all of the information you need to conduct your business. By the time you finish this lesson, you will know how to store and retrieve all manner of useful facts, including data on customers, vendors, products, services, important events, and more.
This lesson will teach you how to work with bank accounts in QuickBooks. You will learn how to tell QuickBooks about checks, withdrawals, and transfers between accounts. You will get firsthand experience with adding, finding, editing, and voiding checking and savings account transactions.
Fixed Assets and Depreciation
The physical objects you rely on to help you run your business all have significant value. That's why it's important for you to keep an accurate tally of everything your business owns. This lesson provides plenty of opportunities to practice creating a tally.
Accounts Payable I
Without an organized system for managing all the bills your business receives, they can really start to stack up. This lesson will teach you how to use QuickBooks to make sure you're paying all of your bills right on time—not too early, and not too late.
Accounts Payable II
This lesson concludes the unit on the accounts payable tools. You will learn how to get QuickBooks to memorize bills that you find yourself paying over and over again, month after month. Then, you will learn how to create some useful accounts payable reports.
Accounts Receivable I
You will find this lesson useful if your business ever finds itself required to collect payment from a customer long after the products or services have been delivered. You will find out how to create an invoice, fill it with invoice items, edit it, print it, and even email it to your customers.
Accounts Receivable II
Okay, so you created an invoice and delivered it to your customer. With a little bit of luck, your customer will place the invoice on his or her "to-do" list and, eventually, you will receive some form of payment for your troubles. Now what? You will find out in this lesson.
Accounts Receivable III
This lesson explores useful customer-related reports that help you keep track of exactly who owes you what. Then, you will learn what to do if you ever incur a charge on behalf of a customer and wish to be reimbursed for that expense.
Inventory and Estimating
This lesson will teach you how to customize your QuickBooks invoices to give them a more professional look. You will also learn how to work with two of QuickBooks' more advanced features: inventory tracking and estimating.
In your final lesson, you will find out how to create, use, and memorize a wide variety of useful reports that can help you locate, organize, sort, total, summarize, and otherwise make sense of all those transactions you painstakingly entered into QuickBooks.