A How-To Clinic for Nonprofit Bookkeepers
Do you want to help your nonprofit use QuickBooks to its fullest potential?
If so, QuickBooks Made Easy for Nonprofits and GrantStation are presenting an event just for you: nonprofits and the accounting firms that serve them.
Join Gregg Bossen, CPA PC, for this two-day workshop (120 minutes each day) as he addresses special topics, including:
- advanced budgeting;
- tracking restricted grants; and,
- reports/board reporting.
You’ll see a live QuickBooks demo and have the opportunity to get your questions answered on the fly—so you walk away with tools needed to take your QuickBooks knowledge to the next level.
For users of QuickBooks DESKTOP:
- Tuesday, January 30th (Part 1)
- Wednesday, January 31st (Part 2)
CPAs earn four hours of CPE credit for the live workshops (both days).
You will receive two GrantStation emails:
1. A copy of your paid invoice
2. A confirmation email from Zoom for the webinar with the login credentials
If you do not receive the confirmation email within 48 hours of registering, please email or call 1-877-784-7268.
GrantStation does not refund registration fees. Fees may be applied to any webinar scheduled within 30 days.
After the webinar, you will receive an email with a link to the recording and any handouts.
Gregg is a practicing CPA with a full-service accounting firm located in Atlanta, Georgia. His firm specializes in tax and accounting for nonprofits and small businesses. Most of his clients are nonprofits/small business owners who use QuickBooks. Gregg has been teaching QuickBooks seminars around the country for various groups, both new users and other CPAs, and is considered to be an expert in the program. Gregg has taught for Intuit, the makers of QuickBooks, teaching CPAs around the country the new features in updated versions of the software. Gregg also teaches annually at the Scaling New Heights Conference, presently the largest gathering of QuickBooks Pro advisors in the world. In total, Gregg has taught over 1500 seminars to more than 35,000 students.