Business owners can learn the basics of using QuickBooks for their business in this virtual workshop from the comfort of their homes without the need to have QuickBooks purchased before taking the class. Tracking your income and expenses is essential if you, as the business owner, want to keep tabs on your business performance and make time-sensitive decisions about your business operations. A bookkeeping system saves time and allows you to print financial statements with just a few clicks, as well as gather all your tax information in one place for year-end tax return preparation.
Class space is limited to 25 online participants, preferably from the Wilson County area, who can be present online for the entire 5 hours of class time. Please sign up early to attend this Saturday webinar and plan to stay the entire time, so as not to prevent someone else who could fully commit from being able to participate. There will be a 30-minute break for lunch. Due to class size limitations, please do not register if you have taken the class before.
The webinar link will be emailed two days before the event. At that time, you will need to re-register in Zoom. Do not share the Zoom event link. Attendees will be admitted through the Zoom link based upon those who have registered first in the SBC records with preference given to those who are local.
If you have QuickBooks purchased and have not been using it, you may wish to follow along; however, since the length of this class has been cut to accommodate an online format, your instructor will not be able to wait for attendees to find their place if they are trying to follow along with every step. It is recommended that you take good notes instead, and then go back and mimic the training with a dummy company that you set up outside of your real business records. As an alternative, the college does offer a 24-hour class at a cost of $75 through the ed2go.com/Wilson program. Please call 252-246-1317 for more information about ed2go.
Speaker: Jess McLamb
Register by: 4:00 PM April 15
To register, visit https://www.ncsbc.net/workshop.aspx?ekey=580410022.