QuickBooks Class at Fayette Chamber

QB LogoLoggins Kern & McCombs is happy to announce that we are now offering QuickBooks classes at the Fayette County Chamber in Fayetteville.  QuickBooks software helps small business owners save time and money by organizing all business finances in one place. The course covers the basics of the desktop version of QuickBooks such as creating a new company file, accounts payable, accounts receivable, banking and reconciliation.  This class is taught by a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor with over 18 years teaching experience.

QuickBooks-ClassPricing:

Fayette County Chamber Members
$150 / $75 each additional from the same company

Non-Members
$200 / $100 each additional from the same company

Next Class:

Date:  August 26, 2015.
Time:  10:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
Includes 30 minutes with box lunch included.

Location:

Fayette County Chamber of Commerce
600 West Lanier Avenue, Suite 205
Fayetteville, Georgia  30214

To Register:

Call Pam Burnett at 770-478-7424

 

 

 

 

 

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