A bookkeeper (or book-keeper), also known as an accounting clerk or accounting technician, is a person who records the day-to-day financial transactions of an organization. Transactions include purchases, sales, receipts and payments by an individual or organization. The accountant creates reports from the recorded financial transactions recorded by the bookkeeper and files forms with government agencies.The increasing affordability of computers and software means that employers will continue to look for bookkeepers who are proficient in accounting/business software. With the advance of new technologies such as software as a service, small businesses will give preference to hiring bookkeepers who are adaptable to changes in computing systems. What is the salary benefits: The national estimates shows the median annual wage for bookkeeper is $35,170. Experienced Bookkeeper can make as much as $54,310 annually.
Licensing or Certification Requirement: The American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers (AIPB) certification is required for staff bookkeepers in many large companies. To become certified, a bookkeeper must pass the national certification exam, sign the Code of Ethics and submit proof of 2 years’ full-time experience or the part-time equivalent. The experience requirement may be completed after passing the national exam.
• Difference between a bookkeeper and an accountant; income statement and balance sheet
• How to create an efficient filing system to track your finance
• What are the different types of company formations, such as LLC, Corporation, sole proprietorship, and partnership.
• How transactions are recorded in a double entry bookkeeping system.
• What exactly are debits and credits?
• How to handle depreciation of a fixed asset
• What are a business expenses, and how to maximize your deduction at tax time.
• Understanding how to conduct a payroll and the different types of payroll forms.
• How to handle an inventory base business and the different types of valuation methods.
• Different types of tax forms all business owners and bookkeeping should know.
Class Tuition, Schedule and Location
• Total 12 classes, 1 class per week, 3 hours per class
• Tuition $900, Reg Fee: $50, Books $150
• Course available at local classroom and live online video
Value Added Service
Mock Interview；Review Resume；Job Referral