A QuickBooks training for beginners or intermediate users will be held at Black Hills State University Tuesday, March 6 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Governor’s Electronic Classroom (GEC) located in the basement of E.Y. Berry Library-Learning Center, Room 009.
The South Dakota Center for Enterprise Opportunity (SD CEO) has partnered with the CPA firm Casey Peterson and Associates, Ltd., to bring this day-long seminar to BHSU.
Theresa Hook, a seven-year member of the accounting team at Casey Peterson and Associates, will be facilitating the training. In addition to providing accounting services for clients, Hook is also the firm’s QuickBooks expert and has been a QuickBooks Certified ProAdvisor since 2003. In 2009, she became a Certified Consultant for the Sleeter Group Community Network, a community of experts in accounting software. She is also certified in QuickBooks Point of Sale.
Attendees will learn how to: write checks; record deposits, reconcile bank statements; perform payroll, enter and pay vendor bills, invoice customers and receive payments, create and understand financial statements, generate a detailed look at the item list; use double-sided items to implement job costing, track sales tax; properly record liabilities on the balance sheet, utilize sub-accounts; customize reports, enter and reconcile credit card charges, and use class tracking to track income and expenses for different locations.
Cost of the seminar is $199 per person; registration deadline is Monday, March 5. Space is limited. To register or learn more visit www.BHSU.edu/SDCEO or call Brittni Skipper, program assistant for SD CEO, at 605-642-6435.
The SD CEO is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Association (SBA), and is part of a network of more than 110 centers nationwide established through the SBA’s women’s business funding. While services are available to all those interested in entrepreneurship, there is a special emphasis on women, women veterans, Native Americans, the socially and/or economically disadvantaged, and youth entrepreneurs.