QuickBooks for Farmers Webinar (Part 2)

The Farmer's Office is offering a 3-part webinar series of Quickbooks for Farmers
QuickBooks is a powerful tool that goes way beyond just tracking income and expenses for taxes; it can help you manage cash, understand how to increase profits, and plan for growth. In this series of live webinars, we will cover:

Session 1, Monday July 9th (6-7 pm EDT):


• An overview of QuickBooks, and how to decide between online and desktop

• Basic accounting concepts that underlie QuickBooks

• Set-up including creating a customized chart of accounts

• Basic transactions such entering expenses, creating wholesale customer invoices and recording bank deposits

Session 2, Tuesday, July 17 (6-7 pm EDT):


• How to use classes, customers and items to better understand your different enterprises and customers

• General journal entries – what they are and how they can help you understand greater details of your revenue and profitability

Session 3, Tuesday, July 24 (6-7 pm EDT):


• Running reports that help you understand your profitability and manage cash flow



Please note:


• All webinars are hosted through GoToMeeting from 6pm-7pm EST.

• The webinars will not be recorded.

• Instructions to join the webinar will be emailed with your confirmation. If you do not receive instructions, please contact the organizer at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

• The cost to attend a single session is $20. If you would like to attend all three, the price is $45. You can purchase the bundle ticket above, and you will receive the call-in information for the other 2 sessions.

• These webinars are free for The Farmer's Office Soft Launch or The Farmer's Edge - Premium members. Visit the membership page to learn more and subscribe.



Event Properties

Event Date 7/17/2018 6:00 pm ET
Event End Date 7/17/2018 7:00 pm ET
Individual Price All 3 sessions: $40.00
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