Rural Women-Led Business Fund

Fall 2022 QuickBooks Workshop

3 Part Workshop – Intro to QuickBooks Online

Join us for this 3 part engaging workshop with Priscilla Orozco-Garcia of YTD Bookkeeping Service, LLC. Participants will need to attend all three workshops to be eligible to apply for a seed grant of up to $500. Please note that applying does not guarantee an award. These workshops are free to attend.

If you would like to attend this workshop in Spanish, please please contact us or click here for more information about the Fortaleza Workshop Series. Si desea asistir a este taller en español, contáctenos para conectarlo con el Taller en español a través de nuestra Serie de talleres de Fortaleza.

This workshop is for the ONLINE version of QuickBooks software. QuickBooks Online will allow you to take control of your business accounting throughout the year and get you prepared for the upcoming tax season. In this workshop, you will learn how to create invoices, receive payments, make deposits, enter and pay bills, reconcile bank accounts, and review financial reports through a QuickBooks study case.

Benefits of attending this class:

  • Understand the importance of tracking your accounting information
  • Learn how to setup a company file and the basic data entry into the QBOnline
  • Generate basic financial reports: Profit & Loss and Balance Sheet

Suggested audience:
Any business owner that is new to QuickBooks Online software

Register:

Part One: Tuesday, September 20th: 5:30pm-7:00pm
Register for Part 1
Part Two: Tuesday, September 27th: 5:30pm-7:00pm
Register for Part 2
Part Three: Tuesday, October 4th: 5:30pm-7:00pm
Register for Part 3

Eligibility:

Must be located in the San Luis Valley, Southwestern or Southern Colorado. Some exceptions will be made to high priority businesses in other parts of rural Colorado. Multicultural, multilingual, and multigenerational women are encouraged to attend. We encourage and welcome all women within the San Luis Valley to apply. Our definition of “women” is fully inclusive to all who identify as female or nonbinary.

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Priscilla Orozco-Garcia

Priscilla Orozco-Garcia

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