Financial accounting is important for all companies, regardless of their size. Small businesses sometimes lack the capacity to keep up with records of billing and expenses, and get behind with record keeping. Through our Business Skills courses at the Center for Workforce Development at CCM, businesses can learn to record transactions thoroughly and systematically. This is important for establishing a record of a company's financial health, which becomes critical when applying for loans or establishing a working relationship with other businesses.
In Accounting Fundamentals you will learn the basics of recording financial data, and in QuickBooks you will learn how this popular accounting software can help you keep up, manage your inventory, bills and expenses and get organized for tax time. Both classes will give you the tools to analyze your company's transactions so that you can move forward and make sound financial decisions.
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Discover the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, as well as how to analyze and record financial transactions. You'll get hands-on experience handling accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll procedures, sales taxes and various common banking activities. Whether you're a sole proprietor and want to manage your business finances, or you simply want an understanding of accounting basics for career advancement or personal use, you'll gain a solid foundation in financial matters. This course is a prerequisite for QuickBooks. BDT-124.
This course is for both experienced QuickBooks users and those who are brand new to QuickBooks. You will learn effective bookkeeping skills, including how to create purchase orders, track sales and expenses, produce and manage invoices and monitor financial records. This course is taught using QuickBooks 2017. BDT-125.