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Sage Accounts Training – 6 Financial Reporting

Sage Accounts Training – 6 Financial Reporting
Course content: Periods in Sage explained Budgets Fixed Asset Register option Month-end and year-end journals How to change your financial year 25 point ‘data review and year-end prep’ checklist Schedules for your accountant – Fixed Asset Register, Depreciation methods and schedules, stock, WIP, Accrued income, prepayments, deferred income, accruals, wages Financial Reporting – Profit & Loss, Balance Sheet, Trial Balance Batch Reporting Running your financial year, including archive and budget options Agenda: 9.15am – Arrival and refreshments 9.30am – Session starts 11am – Break with refreshments 12.30pm – Session finishes Why choose us? Our team have over 50 years combined experience using Sage and specialise in Sage 50 Accounts and Essentials training.  Through our experience and expertise we help you gain the skills and knowledge you need to help Sage work effectively for you and your company. Who are the courses suitable for? existing Sage users who would like to learn more about the program managers or business owners who would like to understand more about Sage or how to review their employee's work anyone looking to enhance their C.V. people that have been on a Sage course before and would like to refresh their knowledge AAT students bookkeepers or accountants What do I need to bring? Yourself, a calculator and a notepad (these course is jam-packed, so you'll want to make lots of notes!). *PowerPoint notes and relevant handouts will be emailed to you after the course. How are the courses delivered? Are group courses are delivered in small groups up to 6/8 people. We talk you through the ins and outs of how to complete each step. What do I get for my money? Three hour course delivered by an experienced Management Accountant & Sage trainer, full copy of the PowerPoint slides as a point of reference, relevant handouts, free parking and refreshments. Who is the course tutor? Our primary course tutor is Rebecca Wooderson.  She has been training people how to use Sage since 2000 and has an in depth knowledge of the program.  She has worked with all types and sizes of companies from sole traders to much larger companies.  Rebecca is often referred to by her clients as "The Sage Lady".  In her spare time she enjoys knitting, crochet, sewing, gardening, music, volunteering and spending time with her family and friends. http://www.linkedin.com/in/rebeccawooderson Cancellation or Deferral of Classroom Course A minimum of 14 days written notice prior to the course start date is required for cancellations or deferral of any individual classroom course or classroom course bundle. If 14 days written notice is provided, we will refund you in full. Under no circumstances will a refund be given if less than 14 days notice is given, or if the course has already started.  

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