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Sage 50

Course Description

9 Hrs 59 Min

215 Videos

Description

This Sage 50 course is the perfect course for those trying to expand their knowledge in accounting or those looking for an entrance point to attain a position in the field. Sage 50 certification is a staple in the accounting industry and one of the most desirable accounting certifications. Sage 50 has earned their reputation in the accounting field with superior inventory management features and a robust software program to manage almost any companies accounting infrastructure. Sage 50 does more than just assist users in managing day to day accounting tasks. It’s a feature rich program that allows accounting professionals to run a company’s books in a timely and efficient manner. This Sage 50 Course will give you skills ranging from configuration of chart of accounts & invoicing all the way through advanced skills such as bank reconciliation, setting up a stock system and managing P&L’s. Our course gives you all the training you need to work all areas of your accounts. You’ll have complete skills in sales and purchase order processing, alongside stock control, project management and foreign trading tools.

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Course Syllabus

Module 1

  1. Course Overview
  2. New Features
  3. Quick Tab Menu Overview
  4. Business Status
  5. Customer and Sales
  6. Vendors and Purchases
  7. Inventory and Services
  8. Employees and Payroll
  9. Banking
  10. System
  11. Quick Tab Menu Review
  12. Sage 50 Menu Overview
  13. Review

Module 2

  1. Sage 50 Available Products
  2. Accounts Payable Features
  3. Vendors and Purchases
  4. Accounts Payable Review
  5. Accounts Receivable Overview
  6. Customer and Sales Menu
  7. Customers
  8. Jobs
  9. Sales Taxes
  10. Quotes and Proposals
  11. Sales Orders
  12. Invoices
  13. Finance Charges
  14. Receive Money
  15. Bank Accounts
  16. Printing Statements
  17. Credits and Returns
  18. Accounts Receivable Reports
  19. Review

Module 3

  1. Inventory and Services Overview
  2. Inventory Items
  3. Company Services
  4. Assemblies and Prices
  5. Purchase Orders
  6. Receiving Inventory, Shipping and Tracking
  7. Inventory Count and Adjustments
  8. Inventory Reports
  9. Review

Module 4

  1. Employees and Payroll Overview
  2. Employees and Users
  3. 1099s
  4. Payroll Setup
  5. Time and Expense Tickets
  6. Direct Deposit and Printing Payroll Checks
  7. Forms and Void Checks
  8. Review

Module 5

  1. Banking Features Overview
  2. Write Checks
  3. Account Register
  4. Analysis Tools
  5. Chart of Accounts
  6. Receive Money and Bank Deposits
  7. Enter Bills, Pay Bills and Electronic Bill Pay
  8. Reconcile Accounts
  9. General Journal Entries
  10. Void Checks and Reports
  11. Review

Module 6

  1. Automatic Backup
  2. Back Up data
  3. Back Up data
  4. Automatic Backup
  5. Restore Data
  6. Data Maintenance
  7. System Checks
  8. Company Maintenance
  9. Data Integrity
  10. Review

Module 7

  1. Attaching Documents
  2. Attaching and Managing Documents
  3. Review

Module 8

  1. Analysis Managers
  2. Cash Flow Manager
  3. Collection Manager
  4. Payment Manager
  5. Financial Manager
  6. Review

Module 9

  1. Maintaining Jobs
  2. Creating Jobs
  3. Managing Jobs
  4. Review

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