Wed, Jul 14|
Basic Business Accounting and Bookkeeping
This two-part series will help you better understand how to track your business information.
Time & Location
Jul 14, 2021, 1:00 PM MDT – Jul 21, 2021, 5:00 PM MDT
Mainspace, Bowman Economic Development Corporation, 13 1/2 East Divide Street, Bowman, ND, USA
About the Event
Learn basic business accounting information and the skills to put these into practice. By better understanding how to track your business information, you will set yourself up for success.
Accounting Learning Objectives:
- Balance Sheet (Assets/Liabilities)
- Income Sheets
- Cash Flow Statements
- Tax Prep
- Accounts Receivable/Payable
- Long Term Debts
Bookkeeping Learning Objectives:
- Basic Budgeting
- Bank Reconciliation
- Recording Transactions
- Utilizing Tools (Excel, QuickBooks)
- What Needs Saving
- Cash Method vs Accrual
- Importance of Bookkeeping
- Categorizing Transactions
- Organizing Tax Documents
Accounting Instructor: Randy Wilson
Randy Wilson is originally from Missoula, Montana. He graduated from the University of Montana in the spring of 1988 with a BA in Business Education. He moved to Mandan for a teaching position at Mandan High School in the Fall of 1989 and remains there to this day.
During his career, he has taught multiple computer classes including Web Design, various programming classes, and multiple software applications classes. He started teaching advanced classes in Excel, PowerPoint, and Word for dual credit about 15 years ago. He has also been teaching a 2-year sequence of Accounting for the last 25 years. This fall he also taught a semester of Forensic Accounting.
Class presented in partnership with University of Mary.
Bookkeeping Instructor: Katie Larson
This class is currently scheduled as an in-person class. All aspects of this class are subject to change.
Session 1: Basic Business AccountingMainspace
Basic Business BookkeepingMainspace