This webinar is designed for accounting professionals that would like to learn more about the QuickBooks Self-Employed product and how they can incorporate it into their practice. You will learn about the unique features in QBSE that can help self-employed clients keep track of their business income and expenses and manage the unique accounting needs of a self-employed individual. Features include the ability to categorize personal verses business expenses in a single account, mileage tracking, invoicing (including QuickBooks Payments!) and the ability to project estimated tax payments. You’ll also learn best practices to set up and work with clients using QuickBooks Self-Employed.
Describe the characteristics of a typical QuickBooks Self-Employed user.
Identify the features of QuickBooks Self-Employed.
Set up a new QuickBooks Self-Employed Account.
Record transactions in QuickBooks Self-Employed.
Identify best practices when working with clients using QuickBooks Self-Employed
Heather is founder of Satterley Training & Consulting, LLC - a consulting firm focused on helping businesses define, design and automate their processes by employing innovative strategy and cloud-based technology. Heather is an Advanced Certified ProAdvisor, member of the exclusive Intuit Trainer/Writer Network, and a Zapier Certified Expert. She holds not only an undergraduate degree in Accounting, but a Masters Degree in Innovation from the D’Amore McKim School of Management at Northeastern University in Boston, MA.
Heather is the co-host of the QB ‘Appy Hour with Liz and Heather, a webinar series devoted to building awareness in the accounting community about the latest technology trends and best practices in a fun, relaxed environment.
Heather was named a categorical Top 10 ProAdvisor in 2017 and 2019 and has been listed as a Top 100 ProAdvisor for the past 6 years by Insightful Accountant. She was also named to the Top 100 Influential People in Accounting in 2019 by Accounting Today.