QuickBooks Desktop vs. Excel
What you'll learn
- Enter normal business transactions in QuickBooks
- Enter normal business transactions in Excel using debits and credits
- Reconcile bank accounts in QuickBooks
- Reconcile bank accounts in Excel
- Generate Reports in QuickBooks
- Make Reports in Excel
- Analyze Reports
- QuickBooks and Excel software would be best.
Would we like to run our business better using accounting software?
Would we like to better understand accounting concepts, how they apply to accounting software, and work accounting problems MUCH faster?
Would we like to advance our career by increase our skills with business software?
This comprehensive QuickBooks & Excel course can help to achieve these goals
Why choose this course?
Current video content means all QuickBooks lectures are done recently as of this post rather than adding a few new videos to content from prior years.
This course also includes:
- QuickBooks backup files allowing us to jump forward in the course or to rework sections.
- PDF instruction files to support the entering of QuickBooks data and allowing us to do work offline
- Excel worksheet that are formatted so that we can consentrate on the accounting relationships and on using the fundamentals of Excel.
Who will we be learning from?
You will be learning from somebody who has technical experience in accounting concepts and in accounting software like QuickBooks, as well as experience teaching and putting together curriculum.
You will be learning from somebody who is a:
- CPA – Certified Public Accountant
- CGMA – Chartered Global Management Accountant
- Master of Science in Taxation
- CPS – Certifies Post-Secondary Instructor
- Curriculum Development Export
As a practicing CPA the instructor has worked with many technical accounting issues and helped work through them and discuss them with client of all levels.
As a CPS and professor, the instructor has taught many accounting classes and worked with many students in the fields of accounting, business, and business applications.
The instructor also has a lot of experience designing courses and learning how students learn best and how to help students achieve their objectives. Experience designing technical courses has also help in being able to design a course in a logical fashion and deal with problems related to technical topics and the use of software like QuickBooks Pro.
How will we be Taught?
We will learn by doing, by providing a presentation, and providing the tools to work through the processes presented. Learning QuickBooks and Excel is something best learned by doing, by applying skills to the QuickBooks application.
A partial list of topics covered is below. The number series may change, however.
Start a New Company File
- Start a New Company File Section Overview
- QuickBooks 6.05 Set Up New Company & Preferences
- Excel 6.05 Set up New Company Worksheet
- QuickBooks 6.10 Setting Up Items
- Excel 6.10 Set Up Inventory Items
- QuickBooks 6.15 Customer Setup
- Excel 6.15 Set Up Customer Balances
- QuickBooks 6.20 Set up Vendors and Beginning Balances
- Excel 6.20 Set Up Vendors Beginning Balances
- QuickBooks 6.25 Set up new account & Enter Opening Balances
- Excel 6.25 Enter Opening Account Balances
- QuickBooks 6.30 Adjust New Account Balances
- QuickBooks 6.35 Payroll Set Up
- QuickBooks 6.40 New Employee Setup
- QuickBooks 6.45 Export Transaction List By Date
- Accounting Concepts Section Overview
- Accounting Method Overview
- Cash Method Vs Accrual Method
- Revenue Recognition Principle
- Financial Transaction Rules
Enter Data for the First Month of Operations
- Enter Data for the First Month of Operations Section Overview
- QuickBooks 7.05 Record Deposit from Owner & Loan
- Excel 7.05 Owner Deposit & Loan Deposit
- QuickBooks 7.10 Record Transactions In Register Investment & Furniture
- Excel 7.10 Purchase Furniture & Record Investment
- QuickBooks 7.17 Purchase Order
- QuickBooks 7.20 Create an Invoice
- Excel 7.20 Part 1 Invoice Transaction
- Excel 7.20 Part Two Create on Invoice Transaction
- QuickBooks 7.25 Record Receipt of Payment
- Excel 7.25 Receive Payment Part 1
- Excel 7.25 Receive Payment Part 2
- Excel 7.25 Receive Payment Part 3
- QuickBooks 7.30 Sales Receipts Cash Sales Transaction
- Excel 7.30 Cash Sales Transaction Part 1
- Excel 7.30 Part 2 Cash Sales Service
- QuickBooks 7.35 Deposit
- Excel 7.35 Deposit Part 1
- Excel 7.35 Deposit Part 2
- QuickBooks 7.40 Write Check for Inventory from Purchase Order
- Excel 7.40 Part 1 Inventory Payment
- Excel 7.40 Part 2 Inventory Payment
- QuickBooks 7.45 Invoice for Pre-Order Inventory P.O.
- Excel 7.45 Invoice for Preordered Item Part 1
- Excel 7.45 Invoice for Preordered Item Part 2
- QuickBooks 7.50 Receive Payment & Make Deposit
- Excel 7.50 Receive Payment & Make Deposit
- QuickBooks 7.55 Write Check for Expenses
- Excel 7.55 Part 1 Write Check
- Excel 7.55 Part 2 Write Check Part 2
- QuickBooks 7.60 Pay Bills
- Excel 7.60 Pay Bills
- QuickBooks 7.65 Set Up Customer Jobs
- Excel 7.65 Customer Jobs
- QuickBooks 7.70 Payroll Process Check
- Excel 7.70 Payroll
- QuickBooks 7.75 Job Sales Receipt
- Excel 7.75 Job Sales Receipt
- QuickBooks 7.80 Review Reports & Export to Excel
- Excel 7.80 Financial Statements & Reports
- Excel 7.90 Closing Process January
- Excel 7.92 Worksheet Month Two
Enter Data for the Second Month of Operation
- Enter Data for the Second Month of Operation Section Overview
- QuickBooks 8.05 Loan Payments, Interest, Principle
- Excel 8.05 Make Loan Payments
- QuickBooks 8.10 Deposit Investment & Interest
- Excel 8.10 Short Term Investment
- QuickBooks 8.15 Purchase Order New Item & Customer
- QuickBooks 8.20 Receive Inventory with Bill
- Excel 8.20 Receive Inventory With Bill Part 2
- QuickBooks 8.25 Sales Receipt & Deposit
- Excel 8.25 Sales Receipt & Deposit
- Excel 8.25 Part 2 Sales Receipt & Deposit
- QuickBooks 8.30 Advanced Payment From Customer
- Excel 8.30 Advanced Payment From Customer
- QuickBooks 8.35 Apply Credit to Invoice
- Excel 8.35 Apply Credit to Invoice
- QuickBooks 8.40 Record Sale on Account
- Excel 8.40 Record Sales on Account
- QuickBooks 8.45 Advance Customer Payment
- Excel 8.45 Advance Customer Payment
- QuickBooks 8.50 Bills Track & Pay
- Excel 8.50 Bills Track & Pay
- QuickBooks 8.55 Customer Payment on Account & Deposit
- Excel 8.55 Customer Payment on Account
- QuickBooks 8.60 Pay Sales Tax
- Excel 8.60 Pay Sales Tax
- QuickBooks 8.65 Pay Payroll Taxes
- Excel 8.65 Pay Payroll Tax
- QuickBooks 8.70 Enter Bills & Pay Bills
- Excel 8.70 Enter Bills & Pay Bills
- QuickBooks 8.75 Enter Service Item & Invoices
- Excel 8.75 Service Item & Invoices
- QuickBooks 8.77 Purchase Equipment with Debt
- Excel 8.77 Purchase Equipment with Debt
- QuickBooks 8.80 Enter Payroll
- Excel 8.80 Payroll
- QuickBooks 8.90 Rental Income, New Account, New Item
- Excel 8.90 Rental Income
- QuickBooks 8.95 Comparative Balance Sheet & Income Statement
- Excel 8.95 Financial Statements
- Bank Reconciliations Section Overview
- QuickBooks 9.10 Bank Reconciliation First Bank Reconciliation
- Excel 9.10 Bank Reconciliation January
- Excel 9.12 Bank Reconciliation Adjusting Entries January
- QuickBooks 9.15 Bank Reconciliation Second Bank Reconciliation
- Excel 9.15 Bank Reconciliation February
- Excel 9.20 Bank Reconciliation Feb. Adjusting Entries
Adjusting Entries and Reversing Entries
- Adjusting Entries, Financial Statements, Closing Entries, and Reversing Entries
- QuickBooks 10.10 Short term loan Adjusting Entry
- Excel 10.10 Loan Payable Adjusting Entry Part 1
- QuickBooks 10.15 Short term portion of loan Adjusting Entry
- Excel 10.15 Loan Payable Adjusting Entry Part 2
- QuickBooks 10.20 Accrued Interest Adjusting entry
- Excel 10.20 Accrued Interest Adjusting Entry
- QuickBooks 10.25 Invoice Adjusting Entry
- Excel 10.25 Invoice Adjusting Entry
- QuickBooks 10.40 Prepaid Insurance Adjusting Entry
- Excel 10.40 Prepaid Insurance Adjusting Journal Entry
- QuickBooks 10.45 Depreciation Adjusting Journal Entry
- Excel 10.45 Depreciation Adjusting Entry
- QuickBooks 10.50 Unearned Revenue Adjusting Entry
- Excel 10.50 Unearned Revenue Adjusting Entry
- QuickBooks 10.30 Reversing Entry Accrued Interest
- Excel 10.300 Accrued Interest Reversing Entry
- QuickBooks 10.35 Reversing Entry Accounts Receivable
- Excel 10.350 Accounts Receivable Reversing Entry
- QuickBooks 10.55 Reverse Unearned Revenue Adjusting Entry
- Excel 10.550 Unearned Revenue Reversing Entry
- QuickBooks 10.60 Journal Report & Financial Statements
- Excel 10.60 Financial Statements
- Excel 10.60 Financial Statements
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Who this course is for:
- Business Owners
- Accounting Professionals
- Accounting Students
- Anybody who wants to learn accounting software
- Anybody who wants to learn accounting theory
- Anybody who wants to learn Excel basics
Through working with students from many different schools, Mr. Steele has learned best practices for helping people understand accounting fast. Learning new skills and finding the best way to share knowledge with people who can benefit from it is a passion of his.
Mr. Steele has experience working as a practicing Certified Public Accountant (CPA), an accounting and business instructor, and curriculum developer. He has enjoyed putting together quality tools to improve learning and has been teaching, making instructional resources, and building curriculum since 2009. He has been a practicing CPA since 2005. Mr. Steele is a practicing CPA, has a Certified Post-Secondary Instructor (CPI) credential, a Master of Science in taxation from Golden Gate University, a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Economics with an emphasis in accounting from The University of California Santa Barbara, and a Global Management Accounting Designation (CGMA) from The American Institute of CPA (AICPA).
Mr. Steele has also authored five books that can be found on Amazon or in audiobook format on Audible. He has developed bestselling courses in accounting topics including financial accounting and QuickBooks accounting software.
In addition to working as an accountant, teaching, and developing courses Mr. Steele has helped create an accounting website at accountinginstruction, a YouTube channel called Accounting Instruction, Help, and How Too, and has developed supplemental resources including a Facebook Page, Twitter Page, and Podcasts that can be found on I-tunes, Stitcher, or Soundcloud. Mr. Steele's teaching philosophy is to make content applicable, understandable, and accessible.
Adult learners are looking for application when they learn new skills. In other words, learners want to be able to apply skills in the real world to help their lives. Mr. Steele’s formal accounting education, practical work experience, and substantial teaching experience allow him to create a curriculum that combines traditional accounting education with practical knowledge and application. He accomplishes the goals of making accounting useful and applicable by combining theory with real-world software like Excel and QuickBooks.
Many courses teach QuickBooks data entry or Excel functions but are not providing the real value learners want. Real value is a result of learning technical skills like applications, in conjunction with specific goals, like accounting goals, including being able to interpret the performance of a business.
Mr. Steele makes knowledge understandable by breaking down complex concepts into smaller units with specific objectives and using step by step learning processes to understand each unit. Many accounting textbooks cram way too much information into a course, making it impossible to understand any unit fully. By breaking the content down into digestible chunks, we can move forward much faster.
Mr. Steele also makes use of color association in both presentations and Excel worksheets, a learning tool often overlooked in the accounting field, but one that can vastly improve the speed and comprehension of learning accounting concepts.
The material is also made understandable through the application of concepts learned. Courses will typically demonstrate the accounting concepts and then provide an Excel worksheet or practice problems to work through the concepts covered. The practice problems will be accompanied by an instructional video to work through the problem in step by step format. Excel worksheets will be preformatted, usually including an answer tab that shows the completed problem, and a practice tab where learners can complete the problem along with a step by step presentation video.
Mr. Steele makes learning accounting accessible by making use of technology and partnering with teaching platforms that have a vision of spreading knowledge like Udemy.