July 24, 2008|
From: Laura Harris, Director of Media Relations
(318) 342-5447, firstname.lastname@example.org
LSBDC at ULM to offer “Advanced QuickBooks” workshop Aug 9 and 16
The Louisiana Small Business Development Center at the University of Louisiana at Monroe will offer a workshop concerning Advanced QuickBooks during August.
The instructor will be Chris Thrash of Little and Associates.
“Advanced QuickBooks” will occur Saturday, Aug. 9 and Aug. 16, from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. in the ULM Administration Building, room 3 – 51. There is a $100 per person fee (book included).
This is a continuation of the “QuickBooks for Beginners” class. It expands and goes into an in-depth discussion on entering data on employees and payroll, 1099s and 1099s dealing with subcontract employees, monthly reports, year-end reports, business taxes, job costing, and segregation of business and personal items.
All learning is done with one person per computer. Participants must have a basic working knowledge of computers. These classes will not cover basic computer skills. Registration is a must to ensure availability of computers and books.
Please call: 318-342-1224 or register online at www.lsbdc.org/events.aspx.
About the Louisiana Small Business Development Center:
The LSBDC at ULM is proud to salute the entrepreneurs who drive this country’s economy. Small businesses create most of America’s net new jobs, bringing dynamic ideas, innovative services, and new products to the marketplace.
The LSBDC at ULM provides quality, no-fee, confidential, one-on-one counseling services to potential and existing business owners; provides no-fee management and technical assistance services by appointment; conducts workshops and seminars to help small business people become better managers and to keep them informed about current events and changing trends in today’s business world; and maintains a resource library which includes statistical data, census figures, SBA publications, and a variety of other information.
The ULM branch is part of the Louisiana Small Business Development Center, a nationally accredited, award-winning network of nine centers statewide dedicated to helping small businesses start, grow and expand. LSBDC offers free confidential, individual consulting, low-cost training, and other specialized services.
Please call (318) 342-1224 for more information.