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Introduction to Quickbooks Pro 2004

Introduction to Quickbooks Pro 2004 - 05 edition

ISBN13: 978-0072981391

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ISBN13: 978-0072981391
ISBN10: 0072981393
Cover type: Spiral
Edition/Copyright: 05
Publisher: Glencoe Publishing Co.
Published: 2005
International: No

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Introduction to Quickbooks Pro 2004 - 05 edition

ISBN13: 978-0072981391

Douglas Sleeter

ISBN13: 978-0072981391
ISBN10: 0072981393
Cover type: Spiral
Edition/Copyright: 05
Publisher: Glencoe Publishing Co.

Published: 2005
International: No
Summary

Introduction to QuickBooks Pro, 2004 is for instructors who teach QuickBooks at most community colleges, proprietary schools and in continuing education programs. A widely-known and well-respected QuickBooks seminar presenter, Douglas Sleeter has created a text that provides easy-to-understand step-by-step instructions to using QuickBooks.

New to This Edition

  • New Multiple Choice questions in each chapter.
  • New Customizing QuickBooks chapter.
  • New Sales Tax chapter.
  • New Budgeting, Forecasting, and Business Planning chapter
  • More "Accounting behind the scenes" sections that explain how QuickBooks posts transactions to the General Ledger.
  • Every chapter extensively revised and enhanced.
  • New book layout with improved screenshot readability.
  • Coverage of QuickBooks 2004 Basic, Pro and Premier editions.
  • Improved instructor support materials written by author team.
  • All chapters are independent and can be taught in any order, or you can skip any chapter altogether.

Features

  • "Note" and "Tip" boxes that stand out within the text content, providing additional information.
  • Step-by-Step "Computer Practice" instructions on how to use specific features in QuickBooks.
  • Index of key topics at the end of each chapter.
  • Testing materials and cases adapted for Douglas Sleeter's training programs.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introducing QuickBooks

Objectives
Using This Book
About QuickBooks Files
Backing up Data Files
Restoring Backup Files
What is QuickBooks?
Accounting 101
Academy Glass Sample Company
QuickBooks Releases
QuickBooks User Interface Features
Chapter Review and Applications

Chapter 2 Managing Revenue

Objectives
Tracking Company Sales
Recording Customer Returns and Credits
Writing Off a Bad Debt
Creating Customer Statements
Assessing Finance Charges
Creating Sales Reports
Chapter Review and Applications

Chapter 3 Managing Expenses

Objectives
Entering Expenses in QuickBooks
Setting Up Vendors
Activating Class Tracking
Tracking Job Costs
Paying Vendors
Printer Setup
Printing Checks
Voiding Checks
Tracking Loans using the Loan Manager
Applying Vendor Credits
Handling Deposits and Refunds from Vendors
Tracking Petty Cash
Tracking Company Credit Cards
A/P Reports
Chapter Review and Applications

Chapter 4 Bank Reconciliation

Objectives
Reconciling Bank Accounts
Bank Reconciliation Reports
Finding Errors During Bank Reconciliation
When QuickBooks Automatically Adjusts your Balance
Handling Bounced Checks
Reconciling Credit Cards Accounts and Paying the Bill
Setting the Beginning Balance Field on a New Account
Chapter Review and Applications

Chapter 5 Reports and Graphs

Objectives
Types of Reports
Cash versus Accrual Reports
Accounting Reports
Business Management Reports
QuickBooks Graphs
Building Custom Reports
Memorizing Reports
Processing Multiple Reports
Printing Reports
Finding Transactions
Exporting Reports to Spreadsheets
Chapter Review and Applications


Chapter 6 Inventory

Objectives
Tracking Inventory with QuickBooks
Activating the Inventory Function
Setting up Inventory Items Parts
Setting up Group Items
Calculating Average Cost of Inventory
Invoicing for Inventory Items
Purchase Orders
Receiving Inventory
Entering Bills for Received Inventory
Adjusting Inventory
Inventory Assemblies
Inventory Reports
Chapter Review and Applications

Chapter 7 Sales Tax

Objectives
Setting up Sales Tax
Sales Tax Items
Sales Tax Codes
QuickBooks and Your Sales Tax Return
Advanced Sales Tax Topics
Chapter Review and Applications

Chapter 8 Payroll Setup

Objectives
Checklist for Setting up Payroll
Activating Payroll
Payroll Accounts
The Payroll Setup Wizard
Payroll Items
Setting Up Employee Defaults
Setting up Employee Records
Setting up Year-to-Date Payroll Amounts
The Accounting Behind the Scenes - Payroll Items
Using the Custom Setup Wizard
Releasing Employees
Deactivating Employees
The Employee Contact List report
Mid-Year Payroll Setup
Chapter Review and Applications

Chapter 9 Payroll Processing

Objectives
Payroll Processing Checklists
Payroll Tax Tables
Paying Employees
Editing, Voiding, and Deleting Paychecks
Paying Payroll Liabilities
Creating Payroll Reports
Preparing Payroll Taxes
Chapter Review and Applications

Chapter 10 Company File Setup and Maintenance

Objectives
Company File Setup: The EasyStep Interview
Complete Company File Setup: A 12-Step Process
Choosing a Start Date - Step 1
Creating the Company File - Step 2
Setting Up the Chart of Accounts - Step 3
Setting Up Opening Balances - Step 4
Entering Open Items - Step 5
Entering Year-to-Date Income and Expenses - Step 6
Adjusting Opening Balance for Sales Tax Payable - Step 7
Adjusting Inventory, Set up Fixed Assets - Step 8
Setup Payroll Lists and Year-to-Date Payroll Information - Step 9
Verifying your Trial Balance - Step 10
Closing Opening Bal Equity to Retained Earnings - Step 11
Setting the Closing Date and Backing up the File - Step 12
Users and Passwords
Chapter Review and Applications

Chapter 11 Customizing QuickBooks

QuickBooks Preferences
Customizing QuickBooks Icons and Windows
QuickBooks Items and Other Lists
Custom Fields
Modifying Sales Form Templates
Chapter Review and Applications

Chapter 12 Adjustments and Year-End Procedures

Objectives
Processing Form 1099
Editing, Voiding, and Deleting Transactions
Recording Adjustments and General Journal Entries
Tracking Fixed Assets
Memorizing Journal Entries
Closing the Year
Setting the Closing Date to "Lock" Transactions
Importing and Exporting
Chapter Review and Applications

Chapter 13 Budgeting, Forecasting, and Business Planning

Objectives
Creating Budgets and Budget Reports
Creating Forecasts and Forecast Reports
Cash Flow Projector
Creating a Business Plan
Chapter Review and Applications

Chapter 14 Millennium Financial Planning Business Scenario

Description of Company
Goals
Company Set Up
Payroll Setup
Instructions
Business Transactions

Chapter 15 Appendix

Keyboard Shortcuts
QuickBooks Menus
Backing Up Your Data

Chapter 16 Glossary

Index

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