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Money In Excel - Income Tax Sch. C & Personal Financials

Learn how Money in Excel can be used to create financial reports and complement traditional accounting software like QBO

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Money In Excel - Income Tax Sch. C & Personal Financials

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3 hours

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Mar 2021

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What you will learn

What Money In Excel can be useful for

How to setup the Money In Excel Template

How to connect Money In Excel to financial institutions

How to add account or categories and subcategories to data

How to sort business and personal data

How to create an income statement that may be useful for taxes

How to create a balance sheet or statement of net position

How to use the Money in Excel budgeting template


Description

Money in Excel is an Excel template provided by Microsoft that has bank connectivity similar to many accounting software applications such a QuickBooks, bank connectivity allowing for the download of financial data directly from the financial institutions.

Money in Excel can be used to construct a small business income statement which could be useful when preparing an income tax return Schedule C Profit or Loss From Business.

The Money in Excel template can also be used to complement accounting software such as QuickBooks. For example, many small businesses use accounting software like QuickBooks to record financial transactions and construct financial statements for their business. However, far fewer use financial accounting software to fulfill the same functions for their individual finances, a task that may be accomplished with Money in Excel.

Unlike financial accounting software, Money in Excel will also bring in balance sheet data directly from our financial institutions and put it in one location, balance sheet data like checking accounting balances, savings accounting balances, brokerage account balances, credit card balances, loan balances, and mortgage balances.

Accounting software like QuickBooks does not generally pull balance sheet balances directly from financial institutions because accounting software is designed to construct the ending balances using the double entry accounting system. Once the balance sheet balances have been constructed traditional accounting software will compare our book balance to the institution balance using tools such as bank reconciliations.

This course will cover how to access the Money in Excel template and connect it to financial institutions, downloading financial data.

We will work through a practice problem, imagining we are a small business wanting to construct an income statement needed for our income tax preparation at year end, income tax reported on a Schedule C Profit or Loss From Business Form. As we work the practice problem, we will compare the process to what may be done using traditional accounting software like QuickBooks.

We will then investigate construction of a personal balance sheet using Money in Excel, comparing how the process may be done using traditional accounting software.

The course will also cover other functions provided by Money in Excel including budgeting options and recurring transactions.



Content

Introduction

1050 What It Can Do For Us

Create Excel Worksheet and Link to Financial Institution

1100 Money In Excel Create Worksheet

1110 Money In Excel Connect Financial Institution

Sort Transactions Data & Add Categories

1115 Categories & Subcategories Income Items

1120 Categories & Subcategories Expense Items

1125 Accounts Numbers To Sort Data

Income Statement Creation

1130 Create Income Statement Options

1135 Create Income Statement Using Tables

1140 Create Income Statement Using Pivot Tables

Balance Sheet or Net Worth, Budget, & Recurring Transactions

1145 Net Work Template

1150 Budget Template

1155 Recurring Expenses Template




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3/4/2021

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3/10/2021

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