QuickBooks Consulting -- a Hot Topic With Accountants

There is a certain amount of frustration among accountants who provide QuickBooks consulting services for their clients. The program is written for non-accountants, but it is the accountants who must figure out how to explain it to their clients. Today's workshop with Gail Perry, CPA and QuickBooks instructor, covered a lot of ground with regard to common problems people encounter with the program and how they can be solved.

AccountingWEB's QuickBooks workshop covered ideas for making the program more accessible to users, tips for keeping users from producing confusing accounting reports, ideas for customizing the program to produce desired results, and alternatives for tracking inventory and depreciation in QuickBooks.

The full transcript of the workshop is available here .


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