Simply put, let’s talk about how self-employed realtors can efficiently AND EASILY log their
- commission income
- marketing expenses
- travel expenses
- office expenses
- membership fees
- home office expenses
- commissions paid to assistant(s)
- commission rebate
- HST collected
- HST paid
There are many tools out there to do the aforementioned jobs, from Microsoft Excel, to Wave Accounting, Sage Cloud, QuickBooks Self-Employed, and QuickBooks Online, you name it.
But which one best works for you? That is the question. Thanks to the very positive feedback from many audiences who attended the July 5 QBO Online Course, let’s have another 1.5-hour Zoom course by Danny Chen, Director & COO of JKtax, to cover the following topics:
- popular tools comparison
- pro and cons of QuickBooks Online (QBO)
- basic, extra, and advanced functions of QBO
- QBO account set up demo
- QBO bookkeeping demo
- metrics & reporting
- CRM as a bonus
The lecture will be conducted at 10:30am – 12:00pm on Thursday July 23, 2020, in English. As the host I strongly suggest you join with Zoom meeting from a computer with a large screen otherwise you may even not be able to see where my mouse clicks when I demonstrating how QBO works.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 413 552 2460
Password: 7325867 (realtor)
Disclaimer: We, JKtax, are the official business partner with Intuit Canada since 2016, having said that, we do not receive any commissions or benefits from Inuit for referring clients to their online bookkeeping platform.
Danny Chen, Director & COO, JKtax Inc.
Office #: 905-940-1999；Email: firstname.lastname@example.org；Office wechat: jktax-vivian