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Monday, January 14, 2013
The University of South Carolina, Columbia Area, Small Business Development Center will offer a three part Quick Books Training Seminar. Part 1 will be held January 15, 2013, Part 2 will be held January 22, and Part 3 will be held January 29. Each seminar will cost $45.00. All seminars will be held at 111 Maiden Lane, Town of Lexington Town Hall Conference Center, Suite A. Free parking is available. All classes to be held regardless of size.
January 15, Part 1 will teach setting up your business in QuickBooks, Basic Functions, Entering Transactions and Basic Reports.
January 22, Part 2 will teach Payroll using QuickBooks, Payroll Reports, and 1099s.
January 29, Part 3 will teach increase use of function, Job Costing – which products are most profitable, managing your business using QuickBooks, Key Reports, and putting it all together.
Presenter: Debbie Werts, Manager at Elliot Davis Company. Debbie has more than 25 years of experience in client accounting services. She has focused on providing clients with write-up services and helps to ensure the accuracy of financial reports and records through the utilization of the latest accounting software technology. Debbie’s concentration areas include business start- up organizations and QuickBooks consultation.
Registration for these courses can be located at USCRegionSBDC.com.
For further information, please contact Bob Pettit, Business Consultant, Columbia Area, Small Business Development Center, 803-777-4942, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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