Course 210: Advanced Bookkeeping and Payroll

Occupational Objective:

The graduate should be able to acquire an advanced level bookkeeping or payroll processing position

Educational Topics:

Deeper understanding of the trial balance, profit and loss statement, balance sheet, journal entries, accounting methods, account types, fixed assets, accounts payable, vendor credits, vendor term discounts, estimates, accounts receivable, credit memos, payments, doubtful accounts, deferred revenue, rewards and rebates, sales tax, accrued expenses, prepaid expenses, loan, liabilities, inventory, cost of goods sold, payroll, payroll taxes, tips, deductions, reconciliations, locating errors, account cleanup, and more.

Course Pre-Requisites:

Prospective students for Course 210 must be at least 16 years old and have a desire to learn bookkeeping and payroll. An introductory phone call or in-person visit with each prospective student is required. Students enrolling in the online/synchronous Course 210 must have a computer and internet connection. Prospective students for Course 210: Advanced Bookkeeping and Payroll course must have 1) completed and passed the Intro to Bookkeeping and Payroll course; or 2) pass the exam of the Intro to Bookkeeping Course with a 86% grade or higher. All students must be proficient in typing, 10-key, and Microsoft Excel.

Available Classes:

Monday & Wednesday @ 2-4 PM

Program / Course Costs:


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