Free Step-by-Step QuickBooks Online Training for Business Owners, Bookkeepers, and Accountants
Take the frustration and headaches out of using QuickBooks Online with this step-by-step tutorial series. Brought to you by accounting educator and Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor, Caroline Grimm, and her sidekick Terrance the T-Rex.
Note from Caroline Grimm:
When I first started using QuickBooks Online after decades of using QuickBooks Desktop, I very quickly found out that the two programs are vastly different. It led to a lot of headaches, frustrations, and STRESS as I tried to figure it out. It was a whole lot of trial and error before I made peace with the program. We get along pretty well now. Most days. I’m here to take the headaches and stress out of QuickBooks Online for you. Join me and my Emotional Support Dinosaur, Terrance on a journey to take the frustrations out of using QuickBooks Online. We promise to teach you everything you need to know and to make you laugh out loud.
Lesson 24: Editing Accounts and Adding New Accounts to the Chart of Accounts for Terrance Inc | QuickBooks How To
In this video, we explore how to modify existing accounts and adding new accounts to further customize our Chart of Accounts. Learn how to choose the right account type for each new account so you don’t feel like you’re guessing. Be the Boss of your Accounts!
Time investment: 9 min 42 sec
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