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5 Full courses – over 33 hours of practical knowledge, shortcuts, tips, and tricks that you can apply immediately!

You get all the content covered in Mastering QuickBooks for Nonprofits, Mastering QuickBooks Level 2, Mastering Accounting Basics, Mastering Payroll, and Mastering Word & Excel for QuickBooks Desktop. To see a detailed list of what’s covered in each course, see the What you’ll learn tab to the right.

Includes a 241-page PDF manual

We recommend you begin with the basics covered in Mastering QuickBooks for Nonprofits. This course is the foundation that you’ll build on with Mastering Accounting Basics and Mastering QuickBooks Level 2. And because it’s so important to your foundation, you’ll receive a work manual, so you can follow along and take notes as you go.

Free updates – for life!

QuickBooks Desktop changes every year. But you don’t have to worry about outdated training. Unlike other software training that eventually becomes outdated when the software changes, your purchase includes all the updates we make in the future. Rest assured knowing you have the latest and greatest content…at no additional cost.

Full High Definition video

The courses are all filmed in crystal clear HD, so you don’t miss any details. Expand the viewing area to full screen or watch it in a smaller format…either way, you can easily follow the instructions and see every detail.

Access to all the courses: Anywhere. Anytime.

You can view the courses as many times as you want from any device connected to the internet.

Everything you need to know to master QuickBooks “A to Z,” and understand the “behind the scenes” accounting basics

Whether you love bookkeeping or you’re a “reluctant” bookkeeper, being QuickBooks Confident means coming to work each day with the confidence that you know what to do, how to do it, and most importantly, WHY you need to do it! All this with the confidence that you’re saving time applying the tips, tricks, and shortcuts you discover.

Mastering QuickBooks for Nonprofits
Nonprofit Features
Discover the features unique to the nonprofit version (and how they’ll apply to the rest of the course)
Learn about the Unified Chart of Accounts
Explore the special forms and letters available to non-profits in QuickBooks
Understand the types of accounts
Explore important balance sheet accounts for nonprofits
Compare the income/expense accounts used for different nonprofits
Organize the Chart of Accounts with subaccounts
Discover how the classes feature helps nonprofits organize their programs
Add classes to your QuickBooks file
Assign classes to transactions
Explore how classes benefit different types of nonprofits
Enter yearly budgets
Run reports to compare budgets to actual income/costs
Set up budgets for specific programs and grants
Customize budget reports for in-depth information
Record donations
Discover the limitations of depositing income without tracking donors
Run reports that summarize and track donations
Record other contributions such as membership fees
Track Donors on the Customers List
Explore how items work in QuickBooks
Setup Items to track donations
Track your vendors
Add employees to the Employee List
Work with Reports
Run a Profit & Loss Statement for your nonprofit
Organize your Profit & Loss Statement by program or by month
Track your budgets with the Budgets vs. Actuals report
Summarize your year-end with financial reports
Time-Saving Tricks
Customize the look, feel, and layout of your forms
Memorize transactions for QuickBooks to enter for you
Customize the columns on reports
Edit the Header/Footer of a report
Change the fonts and numbers on reports
Filter reports to see just the information you need
Sort reports by different variables such as by date, customer, or item
Save custom reports to run again in the future
Export reports to Excel
Discover the best practices for working with QuickBooks reports in Excel
Customize a letter for your nonprofit organization
Track Restricted Grants
Set up the Customer Types feature to track restricted grants
Record the income from a restricted grant
Assign expenses that use grant funds
Monitor grant funds with reports
Enter expected income (pledges)
Track outstanding pledges
Receive payments against pledged donations
Remind donors about pledges
Discover how pledges appear on financial statements
Membership Dues
Create a template for recording membership dues
Optimize the Items/Customers list for membership dues
Enter an individual membership fee
Batch enter membership dues
Monitor unpaid dues
Receive payment against membership dues
Use letters for past due renewals
Monitor non-renewals with reports
Unique Nonprofit Transactions
Record and track contributions of services or items to your organization
Record and track expenses/income for matching grants
Use classes to track capital campaigns
Track budgets, pledges, and donations for capital campaigns
Make adjustments at year-end for capital campaigns
Setup budgets and accounts for special events
Record contributions, donations, sponsorships, and expenses for special events.
Track and record fiscal sponsorships
Track committees in houses of worship with classes
Create budgets for a house of worship
Learn a workaround to allocate a percentage of expenses to different programs
Direct Mail Pieces
Create a Fundraising letter and mailing labels from your QuickBooks lists
Use subaccounts to track address for direct mail
Run reports on direct mail
Use the Customer List to manage donors, students, or members
Run reports for year-end summaries by donor/student/member
Use your customer list to create year-end acknowledgements
Explore the best practices for managing information about volunteers in QuickBooks
Track Volunteers on the Vendor List
Generate letters for volunteers
Record time for volunteers
Run reports on volunteer time
Track Funds
Set up classes and accounts to track funds
Run reports on funds
Enter a beginning balance for a fund
Run reports to review fund balances
File Maintenance
Backup your QuickBooks data
Restore a QuickBooks backup
Update QuickBooks for bug fixes and improvements
Keep QuickBooks updated with automatic updates
Multi-User & Security Features
Install QuickBooks for multi-user
Assign an administrator user for your company
Set up new users
Turn on mutli-user mode for users to work in the company at the same time
Compare permitted and restricted actions between mutli- and single-user modes
Monitor user activity with the audit trail
Payroll Setup
Walk through payroll setup step-by-step
Schedule how often you pay employees
Determine the payroll preferences that work for you
Add and edit payroll items such as compensation, deductions, and company contributions
Add employees
Enter employee payroll and tax information
Track sick and vacation time for employees
Time Tracking
Set up time tracking
Enter time on weekly timesheets
Track subcontractors’ time
Invoice customers for time
Run productivity reports
Run Payroll
Create paychecks for employees
Print paychecks and pay stubs
Pay taxes and other liabilities such as health insurance and retirement contributions
Generate a 941 form to file with the IRS
Run payroll reports
Banks & Credit Cards
Record Non-sufficient Funds (NSF) or bounced checks
Enter customer prepayments and deposits
Setup and use credit cards charges
Record credit card payments
Track expenses paid with petty cash in QuickBooks
Set up QuickBooks to automatically download banking statements (Bank Feeds)
Add and match transactions from the bank feed
Create rules to automatically rename or enter transactions in the bank feed
Explore the Inventory Center
Learn how the purchasing cycle helps you track inventory
Monitor inventory levels with the Inventory Stock Status report
Record purchase orders
Receive inventory with a bill
Pay bills
Use the Physical Inventory Worksheet to count inventory
Adjust inventory to match physical counts or correct errors
Mastering QuickBooks Level 2
How ProAdvisors help with QuickBooks
QuickBooks Editions
QuickBooks’ user & list limitations
Setup Issues & Fixes
Should you start over?
Set up a new company in QuickBooks
Customize setup for your business step-by-step
Set your start date
Enter opening balances for your accounts
Set up Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, credit cards, loans, equity, and bank accounts
Complete Payroll Setup Interview
Enter transaction history
Edit beginning balances and start dates
Customize QuickBooks
Adjust preferences to match how you use QuickBooks
Customize quick access icons to your most-used features
Use custom fields to track additional information about customers, vendors, and employees
Run reports that use data from custom fields
Turn on (or off!) account numbers
Track the income & expenses for different divisions of your business with Classes
Run reports sorted by Class
Items & Inventory
Compare purchases with expense accounts to inventory purchases
Explore limitations of inventory items
Adjust inventory when you donate inventory, or give away promotional items
Compare when to use Inventory Assemblies vs. Group items
Set up group items to record sales of items you sell together often
Set up Inventory Assemblies to record sales of items you build from other inventory items
Record when you use inventory parts to build other inventory items
Define the units of measure of your inventory sales and purchases
Sales Transactions, Tricks, & Workarounds
Send customers estimates for future work
Create an invoice from an estimate
Use price levels to customize pricing for specific customers or items
Track backorders and future sales with Sales Orders
Run Sales Order reports
Save time with batch invoicing
Use billable costs to invoice customers for expenses
Set up and track multiple sales tax rates
Find & fix errors with sales tax payments, missing invoices, and Accounts Receivable aging
Record prepayments/downpayments/deposits from customers
Write off old, unpaid invoices as Bad Debt
Record under- and overpayments from customers
Transfer customer credits between customers
Manage multiple Accounts Receivable accounts
Learn tips, tricks, and best practices for recording retail sales
Purchase Transactions, Tricks, & Workarounds
Record fixed asset purchases such as a car or building
Track interest, loan payments, and loan balances with the Loan Manager
Create and record purchases from a Line of Credit
Fix reconciliation balance discrepancies
Fix errors with bill payments to vendors
Track expenses paid with petty cash in QuickBooks
Generate 1099s (and 1096s) for contractors in QuickBooks
Record purchases made with employee or owner’s personal funds
Accurately record and track prepaid expenses such as insurance
Enter prepayments/deposits paid to vendors
Enter a refund from a vendor
Apply an open customer balance to an open vendor balance
Void checks written in closed accounting periods (like a prior tax year)
Use the Cash Flow Projector to monitor your company’s available cash
Payroll Transactions, Tricks, & Workarounds
Add and edit payroll items to track compensation, deductions, and company contributions
Create custom payroll items such as state tax withholdings
Decide where you see payroll expenses on your Profit & Loss statement
Assign additional payroll costs such as benefits/tax expenses to a customer job
Assign an employee’s salary to specific customer jobs
Void paychecks
Record and track an employee loan and repayment
Record payroll costs to which the company and employee both contribute
Generate W-2s and W-3s
Set up and track a workers compensation policy
Enter the net pay for an employee to calculate their gross pay
Run advanced Payroll reports
Mastering QuickBooks Reporting
Set up budgets and forecasts
Build reports from scratch
Filter reports to see just the information you need
Troubleshoot report filters
Learn advanced reporting tricks to get the most out of your reports
Discover report shortcuts to save you time
Schedule reports to send to others (or yourself) automatically
Develop insight into how Quickbooks builds reports
Utilize little-known, built-in data fields for powerful reports on customers, vendors, and items
Use Excel to boost your QuickBooks reports
Create charts/graphs from QuickBooks reports in Excel
Combine reports from multiple companies with Excel
Use the QuickBooks Statement Writer to generate presentation-worthy report packages
Advanced File Maintenance
Schedule backups to protect your data
Discover the benefits of using the Condense Data feature
Learn tricks to improve your QuickBooks file’s performance
Fix corrupted data with the Verify/Rebuild feature
Move a company file to a new device
Import and Export Data
Transfer information between QuickBooks files
Export/Import lists of customers, vendors, employees, items, or accounts
Export/Import form templates
Export/Import customized reports
Export/Import to/from other programs
Discover and manage applications that connect with QuickBooks
Import Excel lists
Enter multiple items/customers/vendors on a list with the Add/Edit Multiple List Entries feature
Work with Your Accountant
Discover how journal entries work with QuickBooks
Explore when and why you might make journal entries
Learn common year-end procedures to maintain your books
Send your file to your accountant with the Accountant’s Copy feature
Accept changes from your accountant
Receive General Journal Entries from an accountant to import to your QuickBooks file
Learn an improved year-end closing entry favored by accountants
Find changes made in previous years that may affect the reliability of your data
Tackle advanced reporting problems
Understand the multicurrency preferences
Activate the currencies your company works with
Set and update exchange rates
Assign a foreign currency to customers
Set price levels for foreign currency customers
Invoice foreign currency customers
Receive payments from foreign currency customers
Manage realized and unrealized gains and losses on reports
Make adjustments on reports for your home currency
Mastering Accounting Basics
Accounting Basics
Define accounting for small businesses
Explore why you need accounting
Understand financial statements
Discover the history of double-entry accounting
Debits and Credits: The essence of accounting
Principles of Accounting
Introduction to Accounting Principles
The Reporting Principle
The Reliability Principle
The Comparability Principle
The Cost Principle
The Revenue Principle
The Matching Principle
Apply accounting principles to the real world
Accounting Basics in QuickBooks
Understand the Balance Sheet and Profit & Loss Statement
Discover the types of accounts in QuickBooks
Set up the Chart of Accounts
Compare management and financial reporting
Organize accounts with subaccounts
Learn techniques to review account details
Explore the debits/credits for common QuickBooks transactions
Enter common QuickBooks transactions to see their effect on financial statements
Create a journal entry to directly affect debits/credits in QuickBooks
Account for depreciation of assets
Review Numbers
Basic review techniques
Investigate errors with QuickZoom
Reconcile accounts to external documentation
Verify numbers on key reports
Check Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, and Inventory balances
Analyze & Interpret Data
Interpret your financial statements
Analyze trends in your data
View variable expenses as a percent of income
Understand and use key financial ratios
The Accounting Cycle
Discover the importance of the accounting cycle
Protect your data with a daily backup
Review and pay bills
Monitor Accounts Receivable
Complete accounting tasks for specific pay periods
Run quarterly reports
Make year-end entries
Close the books
Restrict access to closed periods
Work with Your Accountant
Improve communication with your accountant
Create a client/accountant agreement
Get tips & tricks on getting information to your accountant
Work with your accountant using the Accountant’s Copy
Run reports for your accountant
Advanced Accounting Concepts
Use account numbers
Segment financial statements with classes
Set up budgets and forecasts
Compare cash and accrual accounting
Run reports to monitor cash flow
Accounting Workarounds
Learn the purpose of the Retained Earnings account
See QuickBooks’ default year-end entry
Use a workaround for a more detailed year-end entry
Find changes to prior transactions
Explore unique report issues
Mastering QuickBooks Payroll
Get Started
Explore the payroll cycle from start to finish
Discover what you need to set up payroll
Distinguish between subcontractors and employees
Find valuable resources for running payroll
Set Up
Walk through the payroll interview screen-by-screen
Define the ways you pay your employees
Record employee benefits such as health insurance and retirement
Calculate vacation/sick time accruals
Store employee information such as addresses and important documentation
Ensure you withhold appropriate taxes
Enter year-to-date information for employees
Discover which payroll preferences work best for your company
Allow employees to view their pay information online
Schedule when you pay employees
Later Changes to Payroll
Discover why you might need to add new payroll items after setup
Add additional employees
Customize employee pay, taxes, and vacation/sick time accruals
Set up new payroll items
Time Tracking
Set up time tracking
Enter time on weekly timesheets
Track subcontractors’ time
Invoice customers for time
Run productivity reports
The Payroll Cycle
Create paychecks
Print paychecks and paystubs
Pay taxes and other liabilities such as health insurance and retirement contributions
Tasks for Quarter-End & Year-End
Generate a 941 form to file with the IRS
Generate State Unemployment forms
Generate a 940 form to file with the IRS
Create W-2s and W-3s
Explore the best payroll reports
Summarize payroll data in Excel
Common Transactions in Payroll
Enter the net pay for an employee to calculate their gross pay
Record a termination check
Garnish an employee’s wages
Set up sales reps to track commissions
Pay sales rep commissions
Void paychecks
Create custom payroll items such as state tax withholdings
Deposit a refund from a tax agency
Discover why and how to adjust what you owe in taxes or other liabilities
Set up and track a workers compensation policy
Payroll Tips, Tricks, and Workarounds
Record payroll costs to which the company and employee both contribute
Decide where you see payroll expenses on your Profit & Loss statement
Assign additional payroll costs such as benefits/tax expenses to a customer job
Assign an employee’s salary to specific customer jobs
Record and track an employee loan and repayment
Mastering Word & Excel
Introduction to Excel
Learn what you see on screen
Explore the structure of an Excel file
Discover how to get additional support in Excel
Get tips for exporting QuickBooks information to Excel
Import Reports from QuickBooks into Excel
Send a report to a new Excel file
Update an existing Excel file with information from QuickBooks
Organize and Name worksheets in a file
Align rows across worksheets for better calculations
Delete unused worksheets
Insert additional sheets in a file
Distinguish between tabs with tab colors
Cells, Columns, & Rows
Show report titles in Excel
Move, center, and merge cells
Enter data
Edit data
Learn tricks for selecting non-adjacent data
Delete unnecessary columns and rows
Use auto-fit to save time formatting rows/columns
Formatting Excel
Change fonts and cell colors
Learn a shortcut to copy formatting to other cells
Emphasize information with cell borders
Discover how the Merge & Center tool helps create titles
Explore types of cell formats
Change how dollar amounts appear in a cell
Learn tips & tricks to view information efficiently
Comment on data in a spreadsheet
Calculations & Formulas
Create and edit basic calculations
Discover how cell references improve your formulas
Automatically total a range of cells with AutoSum
Use an array formula for more complex calculations
Learn how formulas come over from QuickBooks
Create formulas to analyze information across multiple spreadsheets
Proof formulas with the formula checker
Summarize Data in Excel
Sort data within a spreadsheet
Add counts to your data to better summarize information
Enter a formula to calculate the average and median of your data
Use the AutoOutline feature to collapse data for a succinct summary
Filter data quickly in Excel
Prepare, create, and format Pivot Tables
Use Pivot tables to create charts
Analyze/Interpret Data in Excel
Use Excel techniques to answer abstract questions
Forecast sales with the What If? feature
Determine data-based goals with the Goal Seek feature
Solve Real World Problems with Excel
Use Excel to speed up your reconciliations
Calculate sales commissions with sales data from QuickBooks
Create graphs with QuickBooks data
Use templates to generate loan amortization schedules
Learn tricks for importing data from Excel to QuickBooks
Customize Excel
Create a seamless look and feel with a default font
Customize the Quick Access toolbar
Reset the default settings
Hide the tool ribbon to declutter your screen
Learn tips to secure data in Excel
Save Time in Excel
Automate tasks in Excel with Macros
Use keyboard shortcuts
Learn the best printing techniques for spreadsheets
Introduction to Word
Learn what you see on screen
Explore what Word will help you do
Discover how to get additional support in Word
Navigate within a word document
Send QuickBooks Letters with Word
Write collection letters
Address and print envelopes with info from QuickBooks
Fix missing information errors
Create a letter from scratch
Save letters as templates
Organize templates
Send an Invoice to Word
Manage Documents
Discover differences between QuickBooks files and Word documents
Learn where QuickBooks stores letter templates
Save, open, and delete Word documents
Set up AutoSave
Recover documents from AutoSave
Basic Word Techniques
Type and edit text
Select and move blocks of text
Cut, copy, & paste text
Learn methods to delete text
Explore the spelling and grammar checker features
Format Documents
Change how words appear
Copy formatting across different sections of text
Organize text with bullets & numbers
Format paragraphs
Use borders & shading to enhance text
Create & use default text styles
Adjust margins
Insert page numbers
Document Objects
Create your own letterhead
Add a watermark
Insert symbols and images
Resize and position objects
Create Word Art
Use the AutoShapes feature to add shapes
Separate text with Text Boxes
Create and edit a table
Add an Excel table
Insert a file into a blank document
Create hyperlinks between documents, websites, and spreadsheets
Print Documents
Select a previously installed printer
Adjust margins
Switch between portrait and landscape orientations
Preview documents before printing
Print only selected pages
Print multiple pages per sheet
Customize Word
Create a seamless look and feel with a default font
Turn off the paste options feature
Customize the Quick Access toolbar
Reset the default settings
Password protect documents
Track, accept, or reject changes to your document
Save Time in Word
Use keyboard shortcuts
Learn how autocorrect saves you time
Discover shortcut menus
Use the Word Count tool
Find & replace specific words in a document
Access built-in reference tools
Utilize built-in templates for common business documents
How does the OnDemand class work?
After you place your order, you receive log-in credentials for the course via email. Follow the link in the email, type your username and password, and start learning!
Do you offer a money-back guarantee on your OnDemand training?
Absolutely! If you are not completely satisfied with the training, send an email to within 30 days of your purchase and you will receive a full refund. We stand behind our classes. No hassle. No question.

Please note: If you use the Intuit QuickBooks Certification voucher before the refund, we will deduct $156 (cost of voucher) from your refund.
What is certification and how do I get it?
Students can validate their QuickBooks knowledge by becoming an Intuit QuickBooks Certified User (QBCU). This test is offered at Universities and technical schools and costs $156 for individuals to take. BUT it’s FREE if you enroll in Mastering QuickBooks Level 1 (included in this bundle)! This is a MUST-HAVE for anyone who uses QuickBooks (and wants to prove they can) in their career. This course also includes a 200-page pdf study manual, test prep materials, and a practice test to help you prepare!
Are the self-paced courses hands-on?
If you have QuickBooks installed on your computer, you can pause the class and switch to QuickBooks to practice hands-on.
Do I need QuickBooks on my computer?
No. You can view the training on any device with an internet connection. Anytime, anywhere.

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