Are you new to business, and totally lost when it comes to accounting? You know that you need a bookkeeping system and you've heard of Quickbooks, but you're scared you're going to mess something up?!? Well...you've found the perfect class that will calm your anxiety and get you ready for using Quickbooks in your Sweets Business.
In this class 4 hour class, you will learn how to utilize and integrate Quickbooks Online into your Sweets Business. It doesn’t matter if you are a home baker or own a brick and mortar shop, you will definitely benefit from this class. We will go through setting up your company and accounting methods, products, estimates, invoices, payments, and receipts. I will show you how to run reports based on the data you collect through your everyday processes and procedures.
You will learn the following: (1) Set-up your company, (2) Integrate Bank Account Info, (3) How Square integrates and works with Quickbooks, (4) Integrate Quickbooks into your daily operations and processes including set-up a client, create estimate, create invoice, receive and record payments, how to run reports and utilize Quickbooks to track REVENUE and EXPENSES, how to determine COST of GOODS SOLD, FIXED COSTS, and VARIABLE COSTS, Quickbooks and Consultations.
Attending the Sweet Makers Industry Conference? Sign-in to register for this class and receive the Professional Experience, Conference discount. This class is $150 for non-conference attendees, and $75 for those attending under the Professional Experience. LEARN MORE
INSTRUCTOR: Jay Qualls
DATE: FRIDAY, Nov 8, 2019
TIME: 11:30 AM - 4:00 PM (includes 30 min break)
CLASS LENGTH: 4.5 HOURS
REGULAR PRICE: $150 || CONFERENCE PRICE: $75
Jay Qualls of The Frosted Affair provides consulting services to Sweet Makers through his company Willow Tree Consulting. Jay explains that having an art for your craft simply is not enough to be successful in this industry. Sweet Entrepreneurs must “know your business" inside and out! In addition to being a shop owner, Jay has appeared on reality TV shows on ABC, Food Network and TLC. Jay is also a teacher, mentor, and published author.
After graduating in 2003 from Middle Tennessee State University with his B.S. in Organizational Communication, Jay decided to put it to good use and open a high end wedding cake boutique. Jay quickly turned Maples Wedding cakes into a leader in custom designed wedding cakes. He continues to be one of the leaders in the cake industry with his unique sense of style of cake design, teaching, product development, speaking, business development and consulting. Jay has studied and worked along side some of the greatest sugar artists in the industry. He believes cakes should be beautiful and delicious.