Businesses both small and large can encounter accounting issues that may indicate it’s time for some training. Small businesses often have a single person performing a number of different functions, some of which may not be their actual area of expertise. Accountants at large businesses may be bogged down with changing procedures, employee turnover or other issues that affect performanc
Here are some signs that you might want to invest in QuickBooks training for your accounting team:
- Missed Deadlines — If your company has made late bill payments or missed tax filing deadlines, QuickBooks training can show users how to create processes and reminders to prevent this.
- Incorrect Reports — Your accounting team should produce a series of regular reports that meet certain criteria to help you run your business better. If this is not happening, you could be missing out on important information.
- Cash Flow Problems — Incorrectly setting up company files can result in cash flow issues that will impact your company. QuickBooks training can teach your accounting team how to set up terms, track outstanding invoices and maintain healthy cash flow.
- Payroll Problems – If your employees are not paid correctly and on time, there could be costly consequences. If you are setting up payroll for the first time or have a new employee who needs to learn the ins and outs of QuickBooks payroll, a training course can help.
- Botched Sales — If you use QuickBooks at the point of sale, it is critical for your staff to have proper training. The checkout point is part of the face of your company, and customers expect smooth, seamless transactions.
Net Plus Consulting offers QuickBooks training for businesses of all sizes and types. Whether your team is just getting started with the basics or is ready for advanced techniques, we have a course that will meet your needs. We also offer specialized training courses in using QuickBooks for processing payroll and point-of-sale transactions. Contact us online or call 212-461-3300 for more information.
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