If your small business is doing business with the Federal Government (or wants to), it’s important to learn to use your existing QuickBooks to meet government accounting requirements. Here’s your opportunity.
A QuickBooks for Government Contractors seminar will be held September 30, 2005 at the National Women’s Business Center (all small businesses welcome).
The day long seminar will show you how to keep accurate books on federal government contracts using QuickBooks Pro. Learn everything you need to comply with the FAR and pass a DCAA audit. There is no need to spend thousands of dollars to upgrade to Deltek or other proprietary packages before your volume of government contracts justifies it.
The seminar is not cheap, but could be well worth your money if you are targeting (or working with) the Federal Government. The day long seminar is $545, but they are offering a special through October for all seminars — bring a guest and get a 50% discount. Bring two guests and your registration is free.
In this course, an accountant specializing in federal contracting accounting systems will walk you through the process of using QuickBooks Pro and Excel in tandem to operate compliantly. You will leave with a course manual and a complete set of tools for government contracting accounting for a fraction of the cost of other solutions.
National Women’s Business Center classes are small (less than 15) so you can bring your specific questions and leave with answers.
Find out more or register for the QuickBooks Pro Seminar here.