QuickBooks Online 2019


Quickbooks Online 2019 course updates are currently in progress and will be available to existing and new students as produced.

The new material will provide learners with the most current look and format of QuickBooks Online.

We have listened to, and are grateful for, many reviews over the year and will implement many changes as we update the course including shortening unnecessary introductions, adding more ways for learners to work in a hands-on approach, and adding new content related to specific industries and circumstances including a cash basis business.

Would you like learn QuickBooks Online to help run your business?

Would you like to learn QuickBooks Online to advance your career?

Would you like to learn QuickBooks Online to better understand how accounting concepts apply to real world application using real world software?

This is a comprehensive QuickBooks Online course that can help to achieve these goals.

If you are a student at an accredited academic institution, you may be eligible for a free trial version of QuickBooks from Intuit, which is a great tool allowing you to maximize the use of this course.

To locate this option, try an internet search for “QuickBooks Free for Students.” Remember that we are looking for results from Intuit, the owner of QuickBooks.

Why choose this course?

Comprehensive, current video content

Current video content means all QuickBooks lectures are done recently as of this post rather than adding a few new videos to content from prior years.

Who will we be learning from?

You will be learning from somebody who has technical experience in accounting concepts and in accounting software like QuickBooks, as well as experience teaching and putting together curriculum.

You will be learning from somebody who is a:

CPA – Certified Public Accountant

CGMA – Chartered Global Management Accountant

Master of Science in Taxation

CPS – Certifies Post-Secondary Instructor

Curriculum Development Expo

As a CPA and professor, the instructor has taught many accounting classes and worked with many students in the fields of accounting, business, and business applications.

The instructor also has a lot of experience designing courses and learning how students learn best and how to help students achieve their objectives. Experience designing technical courses has also helped in being able to design a course in a logical fashion and deal with problems related to technical topics and the use of software like QuickBooks Pro.

How will we be Taught?

We will learn by doing, by providing a presentation, and providing the tools to work through the processes presented. Learning QuickBooks is something best learned by doing, by applying skills to the QuickBooks application.

Getting Started & QuickBooks Online 2018 overview

QuickBooks Online Set Up

Navigating Through QuickBooks

1.15 Customers Section

1.20 Other Section

1.25 Employee Section

1.25 Other Section

1.35 Forms

1.35 Lists

1.40 Help Options

1.45 Pint & Export Reports

1.50 Backup Files

Double Entry Accounting System

Double Entry Accounting System Overview

Accounting Objectives

Accounting Equation

Balance Sheet and Balance Sheet Options

Balance Sheet & Balance Sheet Options Section

2.10 Balance Sheet

2.15 Balance Sheet General Options

2.20 Balance Sheet Remove Date Time

2.30 Balance Sheet Header & Footer

2.30 Comparative Balance Sheet

2.40 Summary Balance Sheet

2.50 Memorize Report

Income Statement & Statement of Equity

Income Statement & Statement of Equity

Statement of Owner's Equity

Balance Sheet & Income Statement Relationship

Profit & Loss / Income Statement

Profit & Loss - Income Statement Overview

3.10 Profit & Loss

3.15 Income Statement Custom

3.20 Comparative Profit & Loss

3.25 Vertical Analysis Profit & Loss

3.30 Percent of Expense Profit & Loss

Other Reports

Other Reports Overview Section

4.10 Sales Graph QuickBooks Pro 2018

4.25 Sales by Item Summary Report

4.30 AR Aging Summary

4.35 Accounts Payable Aging Report

Start a New Company File

Start a New Company File Overview

6.05 Set Up New Company & Preferences

6.10 Part 1 Item - Service Set Up

6.10 Part 2 Item - Service Set Up

6.15 Customer Balance Setup

6.20 Vendor - New Vendor & Opening Balance

6.25 Set up New Accounts & Export Trial Balance to Excel

6.35 Payroll Options

6.40 Set Up New Employees

6.45 Transaction List by Date

6.50 Adjusted Beginning Account Balances

Accounting Methods

Accounting Method Overview

Cash Method Vs Accrual Method

Revenue Recognition Principle

Financial Transaction Rules

Enter Data for the First Month of Operations

Enter Data For the First Month of Operations

7.05 Record Owner & Loan Deposit

7.10 Part 1 Record Purchase Furniture

7.10 Part 2 Record Short-Term Investment

7.16 Sales Tax u

7.17 Part 1 Purchase Order

7.17 Part 2 Purchase Order Add Inventory Item

7.20 Part 1 Create Invoice with Inventory

7.20 Part 2 Invoice with Inventory

7.23 Undeposited Funds Set Up

7.25 Part 1 Receive Payment f

7.25 Part 2 Receive Payment

7.30 Part 1 Sales Receipt f

7.30 Part 2 Sales Receipt

7.32 Sales Receipt & Payment Correct

7.35 Deposit Record

7.37 Expense Billable Setting Turn On

7.40 Inventory Payment Tied to Purchase Order f

7.40 Part 2 Inventory Payment Tied to Purchase order f

7.42 Correct Check Add Billable Customer

7.45 Part 1 Invoice Created by Billable Expense

7.45 Part 2 Invoice Populated By Billable Expense

7.50 Receive Payment & Make Deposit

7.55 Write Checks for Expenses

7.60 Pay Bills

7.65 Customer Jobs or Sub Customers

7.65 Customer Jobs or Sub Customers

7.75 Job or Sub-Customer Sales Receipt

7.80 Generate Report & Export to Excel

Enter Data for the Second Month of Operation

Enter Data For the Second Month of Operations

8.05 Loan Payments

8.10 Short Term Investment Deposit

8.15 Purchase Order New Item Payment

8.20 Receive Inventory with Bill

8.25 Sales Receipt & Deposit

8.30 Advanced Payment From Customer

8.35 Apply Credit to Invoice

8.40 Record Sale on Account

8.45 Advance Customer Payment

8.50 Bills - Track & Pay

8.55 Customer Payment on Account

8.60 Pay Sales Tax

8.65 Pay Payroll Taxes

8.70 Enter Bills & Pay Bills

8.75 Enter Service Item & Invoice

8.77 Purchase Music Equipment with loan

8.80 Payroll

8.90 Rental Income

8.95 Comparative Financial Statements

Bank Reconciliations

Bank Reconciliations

9.10 Bank Rec Jan

9.15 Bank Rec Feb

Adjusting Entries and Reversing Entries

Adjusting Entries & Reversing Entries

10.10 Short Term Loan

10.15 Short Term Loan #2

10.20 Accrued Interest Adjusting Entry

10.25 Invoice Adjusting Entry

10.30 Accrued Interest Reversing Entry

10.35 Accounts Receivable Reversing Entry

10.40 Prepaid Insurance Adjusting Entry

10.45 Depreciation Adjusting Entry

10.45 Unearned Revenue Adjusting Entry

10.55 Reverse Unearned Revenue Adjusting Entry

10.55 Journal Report & Financial Statements

Budgeting

11.10 Budgeted Profit and Loss

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