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Register for EAC’s SBDC QuickBooks for Business Seminar
[Click Image to Enlarge] Register for EAC’s SBDC QuickBooks for Business Seminar
By Janell Hackett
Thatcher, Ariz.—EAC's Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is offering a three-night seminar entitled, QuickBooks for Small Business on Feb. 18-20, from 5:30 to 9 p.m. The seminar will be held at Eastern Arizona College in the Math/Science Building in Room 206. The fee is $149 per person and includes the price of the textbook. The seminar is for those who know how to use a computer and are Quickbooks beginners using the online version.
Kevin Peck, director of the EAC SBDC, will teach the seminar. According to Peck, “It is important to know what items are on your financial statements so that you can make educated financial decisions. By understanding QuickBooks, you will learn where items appear and how that affects your business.”
“QuickBooks Online is the ideal business accounting software for small to mid-sized businesses,” stated Peck. “It is super-easy to create invoices and have them automatically sent to customers. Plus, you can access and manage your accounting from your smartphone or tablet.”
The 10-hour seminar will cover:
setting up QuickBooks
developing QuickBooks lists
working with bank accounts
entering sales information
entering and paying bills
analyzing financial data
setting up inventory
tracking and paying sales tax, payroll, estimating and progress invoicing
customizing forms, and, writing QuickBooks letters
For more information, or to register for QuickBooks for Small Business, contact the EAC Small Business Development Center at (928) 428-8590 or by email at: email@example.com. Seating is limited, so register early.
ABOUT EAC SBDC
The EAC Small Business Development Center is part of a national and statewide network of small business assistance providers. The Center’s main goal is to give local small businesses the tools and training needed to be successful. The Center is funded by Eastern Arizona College with assistance from a grant provided by the U.S. Small Business Administration.
The SBDC provides FREE counseling to assist entrepreneurs with finding answers to the numerous questions that arise when starting or operating a business. The SBDC works in cooperation with the SBA, local Chambers of Commerce, and other community partnerships.
To take your business to the next level, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (928) 428-8590.