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Getting Started with Quickbooks: Part 2, Expenses and Sales
March 26, 2015 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
The Carrot Project and Julia Shanks Food Consulting are offering a webinar series on QuickBooks and farm accounting. QuickBooks is the industry-standard accounting software. At a minimum, it’s a robust, digitized system for balancing your checkbook. At its best, it can help you understand your business and make effective managerial decisions based on your economic reality.
In Part 2 of the series, with a basic understanding of QuickBooks, we will delve a little deeper into its capabilities. The hour-long webinar will cover:
1. How to use the “pay bills” function to better manage cash flow.
2. Setting up the credit card function to better track expenses.
3. How to use classes and customer functions so that you can better understand the profitability of different customers and sales channels.
4. How to track and manage inventory.
The webinar will be recorded and posted to our website with Julia’s slides following the presentation.
About the Presenters
JULIA SHANKS, a longtime collaborator with The Carrot Project, consults with food businesses and farms, helping them maximize profits and streamline operations through business planning, feasibility studies and operational audits. She formerly taught accounting classes at Babson College and regularly presents on business technical assistance.
BENNETH PHELPS, The Carrot Project’s Loan and Outreach Coordinator, will also be joining the presentation to answer any questions about The Carrot Project.