Cannon Wright Blount recently announced a semimonthly series of seminars through the end of 2012 designed to teach business professionals skills for utilizing the popular accounting software program, QuickBooks.
Topics of the seminars will include getting started with QuickBooks; inventory; payroll; using sales tax; online banking; QuickBooks in the cloud; job costing and job profitability reporting; getting the most out of QuickBooks reports; and using QuickBooks statement writer. The classes, held two Wednesdays per month from 9 to 10 a.m., will cost $75 per attendee. The first class of the series is a beginner-level course on “Getting Started with QuickBooks: Learn from the Experts” on Wednesday, Dec. 7. Seating is limited at all classes and organizers ask that attendees respond by emailing email@example.com by the Friday before each class date. The full 2012 class schedule is available on the following page.
“We want to build on the knowledge we’ve been able to share in our QuickBooks Lunch and Learns,” said Debbie Bosse, QuickBooks ProAdvisor at Cannon Wright Blount. “This series of seminars has something to offer for everyone who is involved in a company’s accounting, from accounts payable and receivable to staff accountants to small business owners.”