Computer Accounting with QuickBooks Online: A Cloud Based Approach3rd Edition
- Mobility: Use QuickBooks Online on any device—PC, Mac, tablet, smartphone—no software download or local install necessary!
- Certification Alignment: Content aligned to the certification exam and access to 120 question “practice certification test.”
Chapter 2: New Company Setup and the Chart of Accounts
Chapter 3: Beginning Balances and October Transaction Register
Chapter 4: Vendors and Inventory
Chapter 5: Customers and Sales
Chapter 6: December Source Documents
Chapter 7: Analysis and Reports—End of Fourth Quarter and Year
Chapter 8: January Source Documents
Chapter 9: February Source Documents
Chapter 10: March Source Documents and End of First Quarter
Chapter 11: Employees and Payroll
Chapter 12: Certification, Customize Reports, QB Labs, Mobile App And Updates
Case Problem 1: Using Payroll with the Test-drive
Case Problem 2: Import Excel Data and Budgeting
Case Problem 3: Service Business Project
Appendix A: Troubleshooting
Appendix B: Glossary
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