Intro to QuickBooks Desktop

Baffled by QuickBooks? Get practical, working knowledge of QuickBooks by attending this extensive three-day workshop. This course will teach you how to use QuickBooks Desktop to work for you. Even the smallest businesses have to track income and expenses, invoice their customers, track sales tax, and manage their bills and accounts. Understanding QuickBooks will help automate some of these tasks, creating more time for yourself and your business. Join us December 2, 4, and 5 from 5:30 – 9:30 pm at the Wyoming Technology Business Center. Tammy Sorensen, a certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor, will teach the series. Tammy has extensive experience working with small businesses and specializes in QuickBooks set-up and training. The classes will cover: • Set-up & Preferences • Basic Bookkeeping • Customers & Invoicing • Vendors & Payables • and Payroll Do not miss this this opportunity to get the targeted knowledge you need to ease the burden of financial recordkeeping. QuickBooks will make writing checks and invoices easy, speed your payroll process, and much more. The classroom has a total of 15 computers, so please register as soon as possible to ensure a space.

Monday, December 2, 2019; 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Wyoming Technology Business Center, Big Horn Conference Room
2435 King Blvd. Casper WY 82604
Wyoming SBDC Network
Cindy Unger, Phone: 307.234.6683

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