☑ Expense and income tracking
☑ Transaction categorization
☑ Tax preparation
In this course, you will learn how to organize, manage and track your business income and expenses using QuickBooks Self-Employed. You will become familiar with the main features, advantages, and disadvantages of the software. And you will understand the differences between QuickBooks Self-Employed and QuickBooks Online Simple Start. This way, you will be able to decide which QuickBooks version fits your business needs.
The course looks at how to enter your tax, vehicle, and health insurance info. After that, you will see how to add a bank or credit card account, create and manage invoices, and add expense receipts. Secondly, you will be taught how to add and manage transactions and categorize them. Next, you will understand the main transaction categories and why it is important to group transactions into categories. You will see how to track your business miles driven and use them to reduce taxes.
By the end of the course, you will have a strong understanding of QuickBooks Self-Employed. The course will give you much more confidence to track and manage your income and expenses and file your taxes even if you don't have financial or accounting skills. So get started today and start your QuickBooks Self-Employed journey.
Introduction to QuickBooks Self-Employed
Who can benefit from QuickBooks Self-Employed
What QuickBooks Self-Employed can do for you
Advantages of QuickBooks Self-Employed
Disadvantages of QuickBooks Self-Employed
Comparison between QuickBooks Self-Employed and QuickBooks Online SImple Start
How to set up your QuickBooks Self-Employed Account
Health insurance info
Bank and invoicing
Create an invoice
Manage an invoice
How to add transactions
How to import transaction manually
How to treat diblicate transactions
How to export transactions
Income and expense categories
Split a transaction
Profit and loss report