Basic Bookkeeping I: Terms & Processes (Monday, February 25):
This introductory class will give the small business owner a basic overview of
accounting and finance principles and the framework to make timely and accurate
business decisions. Topics include cash vs. accrual accounting, proper accounting
data flow processes, accounting records & files, chart of accounts, purpose of
different financial reports, and more.
Basic Bookkeeping II: Small Business Financial Analysis (Monday, March 4):
Learn how to analyze your balance sheet, income statement and statement of cash
flows and use them as a management tool.
Basic Bookkeeping III: Small Business Cash Flow Analysis (Monday, March 11):
Learn how to find out where your cash has gone and how to forecast how much cash
you will have available each month. Topics include developing a budget, statement
of cash flow analysis, and developing a cash forecast.
Participants should have completed Basic Bookkeeping Part I: Accounting &
Bookkeeping or be familiar with the concepts covered in that workshop.
All classes are 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM.
$79 series or $89 at door; 1 class $35/$45