Day 3 Wrap-Up
I want to thank particularly my live audience here for sitting here and listening me ramble on for what seems like an eternity. I'm sure I want to thank everybody for watching online. And remember that the point of this course what I was trying to get across is, is that there's lots of people out there that have on incredibly creative ability. And I'm just trying to give you enough accounting to make you dangerous. I'm not trying to make you an expert. Please ask for help, whether it's a c p a. Go to the QuickBooks Pro adviser site. It's a great site. Go on, YouTube. People find me on YouTube, doughty YouTube and Google. If you have a question on QuickBooks, you don't even try that first. And then, if you don't find your answer, go to the pro advisers site. Any questions? I think we covered everything. Can you wrapped it up and did a great review there? So it is about time to end. After three days, it's blown by. We've covered a lot of information. I do want to let everybody know if yo...
u have been watching this course and you'd like to leave a review for it. There is an option on the course page for this course to leave your review of Ken scores. We really appreciate that. Also, you can still leave your Facebook. Thank you notes on the Facebook page. Those will be up for a few more hours as well if you have anything you want to share. But I do want to have a thank you to all of you out there who've been watching over the past few days. We could have done this without you in the chat rooms. We really appreciate it. Thank you to all of our students here in the audience. You've been a big part of the last three days. Thanks, of course, everyone behind the scenes who helped make this happen. Thank you TV who had to duck out. Hope you're feeling better. Thank you to Mrs Boyd, of course, for joining us as well. And the biggest thanks is to can. This has been a great couple of days, so let's give a round of applause to can void before we do head out. I do want to read a few more of these comments that we've been seeing in the Facebook thank you page. This one is from Liz Crane, and she says when Ken said at the end of yesterday that all of this accounting stuff is going to help us make better decisions, it clicked completely for me. It moved the subject from black and white living meaningful color. It's been an amazing three days here, and the examples stories and humor were most welcome. Thank you can. And it's true that the gold of Ken's course here has been to help you make better decisions for your business. I know can had mentioned before that a lot of these decisions they may not pay off today or tomorrow, these air for laying the foundation for your business, as he said over the next couple of years. So this is not something you may see a benefit for right away, but it's important to set it up now to have this all set up, so your business will be ready for when the time comes and you grow and we thank you for sticking with us for three days. It's been wonderful, and we will see you next time. That's a wrap
Accounting can be easy if you know how to use the right tools. In this course, Ken Boyd offers an in-depth introduction to the accounting and QuickBooks skills that are the foundation of every thriving small business.
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Ken covers everything you need to know about understanding and managing your business’s cash flow to insure that your business stays profitable and that you have the right amount of money at the right time. You’ll explore the principles of making sound business decisions that both grow your company and protect your bottom line. Ken will also cover best practices for integrating QuickBooks as an accounting tool, from setting up payment and invoicing systems to generating accounting reports to paying your company’s bills, and much more.
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