Program Code: ATBBKC01
- Use QuickBooks ledger software to prepare financial reports
- Apply fundamental accounting procedures
- Analyze transactions, inventories, receivables, cash flow, financial statements, payroll, and budgets
Emphasis on nature of accounting as a system of information for decision making. Specific topics include basic financial statements, the accounting cycle, forms of business organization, financial assets, inventories, and depreciation. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Elective)
Learn the fundamentals of Quickbooks Pro, a popular general ledger software package for small and medium sized businesses. Coverage of vendors and customers transactions, inventory activities, bank transactions, financial reports, end of period procedures, payroll and other key accounting procedures. This class may include students from multiple sections.
Learn the fundamentals of small business accounting and bookkeeping. Topics include analyzing transactions, inventories, receivables, and cash flow, financial statement analysis, budgeting, product pricing and capital investment analysis. Review and implement key accounting concepts and procedures including setting up new company, establishing a chart of accounts, beginning balance, customers, vendors and product/services. Recording operating activities: sales and cash receipts, purchases and cash payments, investing and financing activities, as well as payroll. Establishing budgets and preparing bank reconciliations, analysis and recording of adjusting entries, and preparation of financial statements and reports. This class may include students from multiple sections.