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The Professional Bookkeeping with QuickBooks 2018 with Payroll Practice and Management (Software Included) includes: Payroll Practice and Management
Professional Bookkeeping with QuickBooks 2018 (Software Included)

Professional Bookkeeping with QuickBooks 2018 with Payroll Practice and Management (Software Included)

Professional Bookkeeping with QuickBooks 2018 with Payroll Practice and Management (Software Included)
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Professional Bookkeeping with QuickBooks 2018

I.    Lesson 1:  QuickBooks Basics
    A.            Welcome to QuickBooks: Demonstrate how to set up a QuickBooks company file for a business by creating an Ace Photography QuickBooks company file.
    B.            Working with Company Files: Have a better understanding of how to work with company files in QuickBooks precisely and accurately.
    C.            Securing Your Company Files: Demonstrate how to secure company files in QuickBooks by

managing users and data.

II.    Lesson 2: Bookkeeping Building Blocks
    A.            Bookkeeping Defined: Apply bookkeeping concepts to accounting problems.
    B.            The Journal, the Ledger, and Special Journals: Run QuickBooks reports for the general journal and the general ledger, as well as reports for subsidiary journals.

III.    Lesson 3: Preparing the Company File
    A.            The Chart of Accounts: Work with the Chart of Accounts in QuickBooks, including adding and changing accounts.
    B.            Company Lists: Administer various company lists in QuickBooks by adding customers and vendor.

IV.    Lesson 4: Cash and Fixed Asset Transactions
    A.            Bank Accounts and Cash Transactions in QuickBooks: Record bank account transactions in QuickBooks by entering cash account transactions and completing a bank reconciliation.
    B.            Fixed Assets and Depreciation in QuickBooks: Record fixed assets and depreciation in QuickBooks.

V.    Lesson 5: Understanding Accounts Payable
    A.            Accounts Payable I: Record bills in QuickBooks by entering various accounts payable transactions into the course.
    B.            Accounts Payable II: Produce accounts payable history and reports in QuickBooks.

VI.    Lesson 6: Reviewing Accounts Receivable
    A.            Accounts Receivable I: Demonstrate the invoice procedure by producing a customer invoice in QuickBooks.
    B.            Accounts Receivable II: By the end of this lesson, you will be able to manage payments, deposits, and returned checks in QuickBooks.
    C.            Accounts Receivable III: Check for outstanding invoices and bill for the reimbursement of expenses in QuickBooks.
    D.            Batch Invoicing and Creating Letters: Produce batches of invoices and customer letters in QuickBooks.

VII.    Lesson 7: Managing Inventory Transactions
    A.            Introduction to Inventory and Customer Estimates: Create and revise customer estimates, and you will practice recording and tracking inventory transactions.
    B.            List Items and Inventory in QuickBooks: Assign classes, add and edit multiple list entries, and track inventory in QuickBooks.
    C.            Ordering and Selling Inventory in QuickBooks: Order and sell inventory by creating sales and purchase orders and receiving inventory.
    D.            Vendor Discounts and Credits and Adjusting Inventory in QuickBooks: Manage vendor discounts and credits and adjust inventory in QuickBooks.
    E.            Tracking Price Levels and Customer Discounts in QuickBooks: Manage price levels and customer discounts in QuickBooks by creating price levels, discounted items, and                             customer discounts.
    F.            Working with Customer Balances: Learn techniques for working with customer balances in QuickBooks.

VIII.    Lesson 8: Closing the Books and Reporting in QuickBooks
    A.            Closing the Books and Reporting: How to close the books in QuickBooks and how to run and use important reports.
    B.            Your Career Roadmap: The Job Search and Future Opportunities: How the job market works, and you will obtain skills to help you navigate it.
    C.            Communication: Learn basic concepts related to effective business communication.

 

Payroll Practice and Management

I.    Lesson 1: Introduction to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
    A.    CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B.    CH 2: History of the Act
    C.    CH 3: Amendments to the Act
    D.    CH 4: Rules of Coverage
    E.    CH 5: Jurisdictions
    F.    CH 6: Audits
    G.    CH 7: Penalties
    H.    CH 8: Miscellaneous Topics
    I.    CH 9: Review and Reflect   

II.    Lesson 2: Classification of Workers
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: Who Is the Employer?
    C. CH 3: Categories of Workers
    D. CH 4: Common-law Employees
    E. CH 5: Independent Contractors
    F. CH 6: Reporting Requirements
    G. CH 7: Statutory Employees
    H. CH 8: Statutory Non-employees
    I. CH 9: Leased Employees
    J. CH 10: Employees under the FLSA
    K. CH 11: Review and Reflect

III.    Lesson 3: White Collar Exemptions
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: Exempt vs. Nonexempt
    C. CH 3: Salary Level Test
    D. CH 4: Salary Basis Test
    E. CH 5: Executive Employee Category
    F. CH 6: Administrative Category
    G. CH 7: Professional Category
    H. CH 8: Computer Professionals
    I. CH 9: Highly Compensated Workers
    J. CH 10: Sales Employees
    K. CH 11: Other Categories of Workers
    L. CH 12: Review and Reflect   

IV.    Lesson 4: Calculating Gross Pay
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: Rule of Constructive Receipt
    C. CH 3: Minimum Wage
    D. CH 4: Deductions from Pay
    E. CH 5: Hours Worked
    F. CH 6: Overtime
    G. CH 7: Regular Rate of Pay
    H. CH 8: Calculating Regular Rate of Pay
    I. CH 9: Calculating Overtime
    J. CH 10: Review and Reflect   

V.    Lesson 5: Specialized Payrolls, Employees, or Regulations
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN)
    C. CH 3: Davis-Bacon Act
    D. CH 4: Walsh-Healey Act
    E. CH 5: McNamara-O'Hara Service Contract Act
    F. CH 6: Public Sector Employees
    G. CH 7: Hospital Employees
    H. CH 8: Federal New Hire Reporting
    I. CH 9: Child Labor
    J. CH 10: Review and Reflect   

VI. Lesson 6: State Wage and Hour Law
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: Relevant Areas of Law
    C. CH 3: State Listings
    D. CH 4: Review and Reflect   

VII.    Lesson 7: Federal Income Tax
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: Definition of Federal Taxation
    C. CH 3: EIN and Form SS-4
    D. CH 4: FICA Taxes
    E. CH 5: Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA)
    F. CH 6: Withholding
    G. CH 7: Deposit Rules
    H. CH 8: Review and Reflect   

VIII.    Lesson 8: State Taxes
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: Types of Taxes
    C. CH 3: State Tax Chart
    D. CH 4: Multi-state Taxation
    E. CH 5: Review and Reflect   

IX.    Lesson 9: Employee Withholding Allowance Certificate (Form W-4)
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: Basic Requirements
    C. CH 3: Withholding Allowances
    D. CH 4: Invalid Forms W-4
    E. CH 5: Nonresident Aliens
    F. CH 6: Submitting Forms
    G. CH 7: State Form W-4
    H. CH 8: Review and Reflect   

X.    Lesson 10: Wages and Compensation
    A.CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: What Are Wages?
    C. CH 3: Types of Compensation
    D. CH 4: Supplemental Wages
    E. CH 5: State Requirements for Supplemental Wages
    F. CH 6: Payroll Period
    G. CH 7: Special Compensation
    H. CH 8: Review and Reflect   

XI.    Lesson 11: Wage and Tax Reports
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return (Form 941)
    C. CH 3: Completing Form 941
    D. CH 4: Schedule B (Form 941)
    E. CH 5: Completing Schedule B
    F. CH 6: Schedule D (Form 941)
    G. CH 7: Completing Schedule D
    H. CH 8: Form 941-X
    I. CH 9: Completing Form 941-X
    J. CH 10: State Form
    K. CH 11: Form 941 Series
    L. CH 12: Multiple Worksite Report
    M. CH 13: Review and Reflect   

XII.    Lesson 12: Fringe Benefits: Deferred Compensation
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: Overview of Fringe Benefits
    C. CH 3: Qualified Deferred Compensation
    D. CH 4: 401(k) Plans
    E. CH 5: 403(b) Tax Sheltered Annuities
    F. CH 6: Section 457 Plans
    G. CH 7: Catch-up Contribution Limits
    H. CH 8: Simplified Employee Pension Plan (SEP)
    I. CH 9: Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE)
    J. CH 10: Additional Reporting Form W-2
    K. CH 11: Pension Plan Deposit Rules
    L. CH 12: Source Tax
    M. CH 13: Non-qualified Deferred Compensation
    N. CH 14: Review and Reflect   

XIII.    Lesson 13: Fringe Benefits: Tax Preferred Compensation
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: What Are Tax Preferred Benefits?
    C. CH 3: Section 125 Plans (Cafeteria Plans)
    D. CH 4: Section 129 Plans
    E. CH 5: Flexible Spending Accounts
    F. CH 6: Review and Reflect   

XIV.    Lesson 14: Fringe Benefits: Other Benefits
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: Adoption Assistance
    C. CH 3: Educational Assistance
    D. CH 4: Relocation Expenses
    E. CH 5: Stock Options
    F. CH 6: Transportation
    G. CH 7: Company Car
    H. CH 8: Company Aircraft
    I. CH 9: Review and Reflect   

XV.    Lesson 15: Fringe Benefits: Health, Life, Accident, and Sick Pay Benefits
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: Health Insurance
    C. CH 3: Third Party Sick Pay
    D. CH 4: Life Insurance
    E. CH 5: Workers' Compensation
    F. CH 6: Review and Reflect

XVI.    Lesson 16: International Payrolls
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: Expatriates and Resident Aliens
    C. CH 3: IRC Section 911
    D. CH 4: Taxes for Resident Aliens
    E. CH 5: Nonresident Aliens
    F. CH 6: Form W-4 and Nonresident Aliens
    G. CH 7: Taxes for Nonresident Aliens
    H. CH 8: State Laws for Resident and Nonresident Aliens
    I. CH 9: Review and Reflect

XVII.    Lesson 17: Garnishments (71)
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: What Is Garnishment?
    C. CH 3: Child Support Withholding
    D. CH 4: Medical Support Orders
    E. CH 5: Federal Tax Levies
    F. CH 6: State Tax Levies
    G. CH 7: Creditor Garnishments
    H. CH 8: Student Loans
    I. CH 9: Bankruptcies
    J. CH 10: Voluntary Wage Assignments
    K. CH 11: Review and Reflect

   

XVIII.    Lesson 18: Year End and Year Beginning
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: Verifying Employee Names and Social Security Numbers
    C. CH 3: Year-End Memo
    D. CH 4: Preparing the Department
    E. CH 5: Duplicate Form W-2 Requests
    F. CH 6: Preparing and Filing Year End Tax Forms
    G. CH 7: Correcting Previously Filed Year-End Tax Forms and Reports
    H. CH 8: Abandoned Wages
    I. CH 9: Review and Reflect

XIX.    Lesson 19: Payroll Administration
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: Payroll Systems
    C. CH 3: Payroll Controls
    D. CH 4: Direct Deposit
    E. CH 5: Electronic Pay Cards
    F. CH 6: Dealing With the IRS
    G. CH 7: Review and Reflect

XX.    Lesson 20: Managing the Payroll Department
    A. CH 1: Get Ready to Learn
    B. CH 2: Department Procedures
    C. CH 3: Managing Payroll Staff
    D. CH 4: Auditing for Fraud
    E. CH 5: Disaster Recovery
    F. CH 6: Managing Security
    G. CH 7: Review and Reflect

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