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This course is taught by a CPA and is intended for business owners, managers and others looking to gain a
basic understanding of the accounting used in small business or organizations. We will explore the
various types of business entities, basic business registration and compliance requirements, general
bookkeeping and accounting concepts, components of financial statements and how to read these, budgeting
and basic income tax accounting.
Successful grant writing takes skill, practice and a little luck!
Learn the fundamentals of grant writing, including terminology,
funding sources, reading grant proposals, and the basics of preparing a
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Prerequisite: Windows experience
Learn how to use the basic features and functions of QuickBooks Pro software. You will create a company, set up
preferences, set up and invoice customers, manage vendors and pay bills, work with banking transactions (deposits,
transfer funds, etc.), perform reconciliations, and review basic financial and other system reports. This basic
course does not configure or customize the software for your business.
Expand your understanding of QuickBooks Pro through learning how to manage inventory, set up and manage sales taxes,
prepare estimates, perform job costing, work with Balance Sheet accounts, set up budgets, process payroll and
related reporting, and advanced customization options. A portion of this course allows for discussion and/or
tailoring of software for your organization’s needs.
Is your nonprofit ready to pursue grant funding? Learn about types of grants, typical financial
requirements to apply and the time investment to submit grants. This class will include an overview of
Nebraska’s unique grant-making landscape.
Prerequisite: Microsoft Windows and Internet browser experience
Explore about the features of QuickBooks Online and how these can be used to manage the accounting for your small business or organization. You will learn how to navigate the application, set up a company file, set up and invoice customers, manage vendors and pay bills, work with banking and credit card transactions, and utilize reports from the system.
If you’re interested in increasing your financial awareness while also gaining a marketable skill, this series of courses is perfect for you. You will learn the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, while also learning how to analyze and record financial transactions, as well as prepare various financial reports at the end of the fiscal period.
For details or to register visit www.ed2go.com/sccne.
Small business owners should be using QuickBooks to manage invoices, pay bills and track expenses. If you want to take control of your business’s finances, this course will introduce you to QuickBooks 2019 and teach you the accounting software’s more advanced features.
For details or to register www.ed2go.com/sccne.
ways to register:
July-December 2022 Workforce
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Jack J. Huck Continuing Education Center
301 S. 68th Street Place
Lincoln, NE 68510-2449
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