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QuickBooks Accounting Software Is Focus of Fall Business Class
HANCOCK, MI - Running a profitable business requires more than simply tracking revenues. To make sound decisions and maintain a competitive edge, businesses need to track costs, customers, and vendors; manage inventory; and analyze financial data.
QuickBooks, accounting software widely used by organizations of all kinds and sizes, can help with these essential management tasks.
Community members are invited to audit a Finlandia University Business course that focuses on learning QuickBooks.
The 15-week course, Accounting Systems (BUS 350), will meet in the computer lab at Finlandia's Maki Library, which is in Wargelin Hall, on Tuesday evenings from 6:10 to 8:30, starting August 30. The cost for community members to audit the course is $150.00.
Finlandia assistant professor of accounting Sharon Cuffe, M.S.B.A., a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor, will teach the course. Prior QuickBooks experience is not required. For non-degree-seeking students, the only prerequisite is that attendees are familiar with basic accounting concepts.
For additional information about the QuickBooks course and to register, please contact Sharon Cuffe at 906-487-7359 or firstname.lastname@example.org.