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Free ProPartner training for Intuit QB Online

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I'm sure this board was originally meant for the Reckon product, but given that the Quickbooks brand is now in the hands of Intuit...

Just thought I'd mention that they are offering free one day training courses at the moment so you can sign up and become a free partner. I did it last week and you learn in a small classroom setting and do a few little quizzes throughout so that at the end you have completed the training and (hopefully) passed with flying colours!

Well worth it if you can afford a day of no billable hours, to get a hands on feel for the product and go through setup, transactions and client management at a basic level.

(note I have no affiliation with this product apart from now being a partner, I'm just excited about a fully functional cloud solution with payroll and inventory that doesn't cost as much for small business!).

They also have a tasty teaser for partners getting signups before June 30 (cheap to the point where I'm going to get a couple of subscriptions, just in case someone signs up later in the year), but I won't mention the details on this public forum Wink

Jen.

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  • # 100163

Quickbooks have extended their offer to the 30th September. I am undertaking the training very shortly. 


Jen said:

I'm sure this board was originally meant for the Reckon product, but given that the Quickbooks brand is now in the hands of Intuit...

Just thought I'd mention that they are offering free one day training courses at the moment so you can sign up and become a free partner. I did it last week and you learn in a small classroom setting and do a few little quizzes throughout so that at the end you have completed the training and (hopefully) passed with flying colours!

Well worth it if you can afford a day of no billable hours, to get a hands on feel for the product and go through setup, transactions and client management at a basic level.

(note I have no affiliation with this product apart from now being a partner, I'm just excited about a fully functional cloud solution with payroll and inventory that doesn't cost as much for small business!).

They also have a tasty teaser for partners getting signups before June 30 (cheap to the point where I'm going to get a couple of subscriptions, just in case someone signs up later in the year), but I won't mention the details on this public forum Wink

Jen.


 

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  • # 117898

I am going for this for sure

QuickBooks Cloud Expert



Edited at 09 Jul 2019 02:31 PM GMT

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  • # 118702

Nemesis said:

I am going for this for sure

QuickBooks Cloud Expert



Edited at 09 Jul 2019 02:31 PM GMT

 Quickbooks is the best software for the accounting industry even in the outsourced accounting services.

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Here are some resources to get you started:
1. QuickBooks Tutorials
When you’re looking for information on a program, sometimes it’s best to turn to the unicorn that began it all. Intuit, the maker of QuickBooks, offers easy to follow video tutorials for small businesses and accountants that use the software.
The information is highly accessible and designed to help you accomplish a wide variety of tasks with ease.
2. QuickBooks Learning Center
Another great source of information provided by Intuit is through the QuickBooks Learning Center. This feature is included in the software through the help menu.
You can access quick learning modules, download PDF guides, and connect with other users for guidance all through this learning portal.
3. QuickBooks-Training.net
While this site primarily focuses on paid training options, they also provide access to free webinars.
QuickBooks users may be especially interested in the QB Power Hour, a webinar series focused on giving viewers the skills they need to become QuickBooks power users.
Additional webinars focus on popular topics like taxes and various tips that can help you get the most out of the program.
4. QuickBooks Training
QuickBooks Training is a second site that concentrates on paid options, but also provides access to free how-to style tutorials and articles.
Most of the free content is geared towards beginners, with videos being only a few minuteslong, so it can be a great place to start if you need to get a grip on the basics.
5. Fit Small Business
Divided into seven lessons, Fit Small Business provides a wide range of information in digestible chunks.
In total, there are 39 video tutorials available covering such topics as “how to manually enter business credit card transactions,” “how to handle bounced checks from customers,” and “how to run an accounts payable aging report.”
Cumulatively, these offerings are more intensive than some others, so it’s a strong option for those who need to dig a little deeper than the surface.
6. GCF Learn Free
GFCLearnFree.org is known for its free learning tutorials. It provides access to some QuickBooks resources designed to help you get started with the desktop or online versions of the software.
The information provided is very basic and even includes advice for purchasing the program.
If you’re starting from the very beginning, it could be a great stop. However, anyone who has already done some initial set up may be better served by other sources.

Hope this information was helpful to you.

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