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In QuickBooks Pro 2008 Essential Training, instructor Suzanne Robertson explores the many powerful features of QuickBooks Pro, the popular accounting software that can be used for everything from handling personal expenditures to creating professional business account records. Suzanne covers organizing inventory and non-inventory items and using the automated EasyStep interview. She also demonstrates how to create and edit accounts, collect and pay sales tax, and handle invoices, vendor payments, and client refunds. Exercise files accompany the tutorial.
Note: QuickBooks Pro 2008 is not currently available for the Mac. If you are a Mac user you will be unable to open the exercise files for this tutorial, however you will still be able to watch the movies.
Hi. My name is Suzanne Robertson and welcome to QuickBooks Pro 2008 Essential Training. Over the next few hours we will be talking about accounting principles and how you should relate them to your business along with covering the basic to intermediate functions of the program. When working with an accounting program is important to not only know how to make an entry but also why you are making an entry. Why should I recognize revenue at the time of the sale instead of when I am paid? Why should void an invoice rather than delete it? Why should I recognize an expense at the time I receive the goods and not when I pay for them? Understanding the whys in addition to the hows will better prepare you for keeping track of your company's revenue and expenses, which in turn will make your life much easier when it comes to tax reporting, borrowing money from a creditor, or selling your business.
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