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3 Full courses – over 21 hours of practical knowledge, shortcuts, tips, and tricks that you can apply immediately!

You get all the content covered in Mastering QuickBooks Level 1, Level 2, and Mastering Accounting Basics for QuickBooks Online. 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 Level 1. 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 Online changes often. But you don’t have to worry about outdated training. Unlike other software training that eventually becomes outdated when the software changes, your purchase includes all the updates we make in the future.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 also understand the “behind the scenes” accounting basics

Wether 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 with the confidence that you’re saving time applying the tips, tricks, and shortcuts you discover.

Mastering QuickBooks Online Level 1
Getting Started and Setting Up
What version of QuickBooks Online is right for you?
Setting up your company account
Online banking setup
Credit card setup
Importing from QuickBooks desktop editions
Moving around QuickBooks Online
Getting help
Differences between QuickBooks Desktop and QuickBooks Online
Work with Lists and Inventory
Setting up and working with Lists
Cleaning up Lists: delete, edit, and merge
Setting up inventory in QuickBooks Online
Everyday Transactions
Using the Customer and Vendor Lists
Selling: invoices, sales receipts, invoice payments, credit memos, delayed charges, and customer statements
Purchasing: bills, bill payments, checks, expenses, credit memos, and tracking accounts payable vs. not tracking accounts payable
Voiding vs. deleting checks
Sales Taxes: set up, adjust, and pay
Banking: bank reconciliation and locating discrepancies
Understand Accounting
Really understanding your financial statements
Showing the Profit & Loss Statement by month or as a percentage of income
Setting up the Chart of Accounts
Using Cash vs. Accrual accounting
Entering general journal entries
Payroll
Setting up employees, deductions and company contributions
Setting up company payroll preferences
Tracking and invoicing time
Processing paychecks
Making tax deposits
Work with Reports
Customizing columns: add, reorder, delete, and resize
Saving report customizations
Setting up email schedules for reports
Advanced Features
Setting up users: administrator, normal, reports only and timesheet only
Assigning access rights and user levels
Using the Audit Log
Using classes and locations
Closing the books
Exporting to QuickBooks desktop
Creating recurring transactions: scheduled and unscheduled
Mastering QuickBooks Online Level 2
Customizing QuickBooks
Modifying important preferences
Creating and using custom fields
Setting up bank rules to make online banking easier
Using classes (for departments, locations, etc.) 
Purchase Transactions, Tricks, and Workarounds
Lines of credit
Typical bill payment errors
Preparing 1099’s at year-end
Employee and owner purchases
Prepaid expenses
Vendor deposits
Petty cash
Correcting improperly paid bills
Dealing with bounced checks to vendors
Voiding prior period checks
Sales Transactions, Tricks, and Workarounds
Finding and fixing typical errors in accounts receivable
Methods for handling customer deposits
Writing off bad debts
Customer under- and over-payments
Transferring customer credits
Using QuickBooks Online Payments to accept credit card payments
Setting up PayPal and using it to receive payments
Batch printing and emailing of invoices
Options for sending invoices and sales receipts
Processing NSF customer payments
Entering retail sales 
Mastering QuickBooks Reporting 
Advanced report customization
Budgets and forecasts
Management reports
Statement of cash flows 
Job costing 
Payroll Transactions, Tricks, and Workarounds
Issuing employee loans and advances 
Changing payroll preferences 
Deleting paychecks 
Employee and owner reimbursements 
Secrets Your Accountant Should Know
How to work in a bank register
Voiding prior period checks
Moving balances between customers and vendors
What you REALLY need to know to become an advanced user
Little known power features in all areas of QuickBooks
Advanced Tricks
Inventory adjustments
Working with inventory assemblies
Handling bank reconciliation errors
Zero-based checks
Fixing errors in all areas of QuickBooks
Mastering Accounting Basics for QuickBooks Online
Accounting Basics
Definition of Accounting from a small business perspective
Explanation of why you need accounting
Financial statements…what are they?
What is an account?
Double entry accounting and how it applies to QuickBooks
Debits and credits…the essence of accounting
The Accounting Cycle (who does what and when?)
What is the accounting cycle and why is it important?
Daily accounting tasks
Weekly accounting tasks
Pay period accounting tasks
Monthly accounting tasks
Quarterly accounting tasks
Annual accounting tasks
Key tasks within each cycle demonstrated in QuickBooks
Closing the books
Restricting access to closed periods
Accounting Principles
Intro to accounting principles…the foundation of accounting
Reporting principle
Reliability principle
Comparability principle
Cost principle
Revenue principle
Matching principle
Applying the principles
Working with Your Accountant
Speaking the same language as your accountant!
Creating a client/accountant agreement
Methods for getting information to your accountant
Accountant's Copy Process
Special reports for your accountant (journal report, general ledger, transaction entry journal, and trial balance)
Accounting Basics in QuickBooks Online
The balance sheet and profit & loss statement
Working with account types
Setting up the chart of accounts
Management reporting vs. financial reporting
Working with subaccounts
Techniques to review account detail
Understanding debits/credits in common QuickBooks transactions (checks, invoices, payments, deposits, bills, bill payments, and journal entries)
More Accounting
Using account numbers
Setting up classes to segment financial statements
Budgeting and planning in QuickBooks
Cash vs. accrual accounting
Understanding and using retained earnings
Year-end closing entries
Finding prior year changes
Reviewing Numbers for Accuracy
Basic review techniques
Using QuickZoom as an investigative tool
Reconciling accounts to external documentation
Verifying numbers on key reports
Checking balances for accounts receivable, accounts payable, and inventory
Analyzing and Interpreting Data
Basic financial interpretations
Analyzing business trends
Interpreting variable expenses
Understanding and using key financial ratios (current ratio, return on equity, gross profit margin, and net profit margin)
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 us an email, or call us within 30 days, and you will receive a full refund (minus a processing fee of $15). We stand behind our classes. No hassle. No question.
Are the self-paced courses hands-on?
If you have a QuickBooks Online subscription, 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.

No risk, money-back guarantee

If you're not satisfied for any reason, return your materials to the instructor by the end of the first day of class and you will receive a full refund. See details
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Cancelation and refund policies

Cancelation policy We'll refund your tuition (less a $45 processing fee) if you email us 5 (five) days prior to the class. Regrettably we have to be strict about this policy because we finalize our room and set up fees with the hotel 5 days before class begins.

Refund policy If you're not satisfied for any reason, return your materials to the instructor by the end of the first day of class and you will receive a full refund. We do not provide refunds if you do not attend class. We will, however, keep your credit so that you may attend another class in the future.