QuickBooks Pro Compared To Excel Accounting Problem
This course includes lifetime access so you can complete it at your own speed. This course is designed for those interested to learn the basics of breaking each step in the accounting cycle into small digestible pieces and demonstrate each step as it is done with journal entries, accounting theory, and with data input in the accounting software. Benefits of taking this course include: Unlimited and lifetime access to the course Learn the course at your own pace Course can be accessed on any platform 24/7 Customer support
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Many accounting students get the feeling they are learning accounting theory without practical application, while many accounting practitioners and business professionals have the opposite problem, learning accounting software without understanding the theory that would allow them to be more confident and proficient.
Practical contentment combining accounting theory and accounting software, QuickBooks, in a way rarely found, but in a way highly useful.
This course will link theory and content by providing practical examples in a step by step, and side by side, process.
We will work through a comprehensive problem, a complete accounting cycle, including the entering of financial transactions, posting transactions to the general ledger, creating a trial balance, entering adjusting entries, creating financial statements, and processing the closing process.
The course will break each step in the accounting cycle into small digestible pieces and demonstrate each step as it is done with journal entries, accounting theory, and with data input, accounting software.
We will provide backup files and Excel worksheets for each step along the way, allowing learners to work through the content as we go and allowing learners to jump forward or rework any part of the course at any time.
The QuickBooks Pro Compared To Excel Accounting Problem will cover the following topics:
Section 1 – Introduction
Section 2 – Start A New Company File
Section 3 – Enter Data For The First Month Of Operations
Section 4 – Enter Data For The Second Month Of Operation
Section 5 – Bank Reconciliations
Section 6 – Adjusting Entries, Financial Statements, Closing Entries, And Reversing Entries
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