Bookkeeping Training Programs

Sharpen Your Bookkeeping Skills!

Supercharge your QuickBooks Online and bookkeeping knowledge with one of BudgetEase’s focused bookkeeping training classes. Limited to eight individuals to personalize your learning, these bookkeeping classes will sharpen your bookkeeping skills so you become:

  • More efficient
  • Produce more accurate records

Bookkeeping training programs are held at our offices, located at 3558 Lee Rd. in Shaker Heights. See below to learn more about our upcoming bookkeeping classes.

Bookkeeping Training Classes in Northeast Ohio

Understanding Financial Reports for NonProfit Board Members

Listen to Cindy Gill break down the types of financial reports nonprofit board members should be looking at in the following bookkeeping training class.

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Top 10 Practices to Keep Your QuickBooks Online File Squeaky Clean

Cindy Gill leads this QuickBooks training class on the top 10 practices you should follow to keep your QuickBooks Online file in order.

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Business Financials and Best Practices for Non-Financial People

Cheryl Coyle helps you understand a simple chart of accounts, determine fixed vs. variable costs, and more in this bookkeeping training program.

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How to use your Financial Statements to Make Sound Business Decisions

Cheryl Coyle helps you understand a simple chart of accounts, determine fixed vs. variable costs, and more in this bookkeeping training program.

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Understanding Financial Reports for NonProfit Stakeholders

Date: Friday, Nov. 15, 2019
Time: 9-11 a.m. EDT
Presenter: Cindy Gill
Audience: Not-for-Profit employees and board members, non-financial people

This interactive session will help you interpret and review an actual set of financial reports from a nonprofit organization. The discussion will include common grant restrictions, the importance of tracking grant balances, in-kind donations and the difference between donor-designated and board restricted funds. Special reports to monitor spending by grant and other financial information to expect will be covered. Other topics: Recording grant income the way the accountants want to see it versus the way other interested parties want to see it, establishing and maintaining a restricted cash account, and the difference between cash flow and net income.

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Top 10 Practices to Keep Your QuickBooks Online File Squeaky Clean

Date: Friday, Dec. 13, 2019
Time: 9-11 a.m. EDT
Presenter: Cindy Gill
Audience: QuickBooks Online users of any level

Following this QuickBooks training session, you will be able to: correct data entry errors, find missing bills, reconcile all accounts and fix old uncleared transactions, record year-end audit adjustments, use prior period adjustments, and much more!

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Business Financials and Best Practices for Non-Financial People

Date: Friday, Jan. 10, 2020
Time: 9-11 a.m. EDT
Presenters: Kathy Dise and Cheryl Coyle
Audience: Non financial people, business owners

After this bookkeeping class, you will: know the three parts of a balance sheet and three parts of profit and loss, as well as understand a simple chart of accounts, the difference between cash and accrual accounting, why cheating the IRS is not a good option, and more.

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How to use your Financial Statements to Make Sound Business Decisions

Date: Friday, Jan. 24, 2020
Time: 9-11 a.m. EDT
Presenter: Cheryl Coyle
Audience: Small busisness owners and managers

After attending this bookkeeping training program, you will be able to: identify what is important information for your small business, understand a simple chart of accounts, determine fixed vs. variable costs, record transactions properly to improve the quality of reports, create custom internal reports, and more.

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