QuickBooks Pro 2014: Level 2 covers advanced concepts and skills and can be bundled with 140-day trial software. It contains 5 black and white lessons integrating small business case studies.
Important: The QuickBooks 2014 software is NOT compatible with Windows 10.
This book is intended for use with PCs only.
Our unique approach offers a profoundly different learning experience. The instructional design engages students and makes learning easy and effective. Robust instructor resources reduce prep time and simplify instruction. Solution highlights:
Prepare your students for the real world. Students master concepts by working through a progression of exercises. Case studies replicate real-world situations giving your students the experience they need to be successful in today’s workplace.
Automate grading with eLab Quick Grader. Select assignments can be uploaded to eLab for instant grading and feedback. Manage grades within eLab or integrate with your LMS to manage grades from your standard gradebook. For QuickBooks 2014 versions only.
Make the connection to accounting principles. Understanding accounting principles helps students grasp why QuickBooks behaves the way it does. Our Flashback to GAAP and Behind the Scenes features explain and visually demonstrate the underlying accounting principle related to the QuickBooks action — in terms a non-accountant can understand.
Features that encourage critical thinking:
Sort Through the Stack: Students organize and enter a variety of items into QuickBooks, such as invoices, bank statement, emails, and more.
Be Your Own Boss: Students create and work with their own company file, or a company file for a company they would like to have.
Comprehensive Learning Projects: Students pull together key concepts from the book as a capstone activity with real-world scenarios. Available in complimentary instructor resources.
New for this 2014 version:
Expanded Payroll Coverage demonstrates entering payroll from an outside source, offering complete coverage of both ways to run payroll through QuickBooks.
“Dealing with Oops” teaches students how to make corrections in QuickBooks has been moved from one chapter into each individual chapter in which the source transactions are located.
Tackle the Tasks exercises have been moved from the end of chapter exercises to the end of the main chapter content allowing students to practice transactions with the same company file used in the Develop Your Skills exercises.
PLEASE NOTE This text is for use with the PC version of QuickBooks Pro 2014, and the trial software is available for PCs only.
MAC Users:Labyrinth Learning does not provide QuickBooks trial software for the MAC. This textbook may be used with QuickBooks for the MAC, but screenshots will not always match the software and some steps may differ.
Canadian Customers: This text is not compatible with the Canadian version of QuickBooks.
About the Author:
Trisha Conlon is a Business Teacher at Silverton High School in Silverton, OR. She is a QuickBooks Certified Pro Advisor and has been teaching students to use the application since 1998. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Washington State University and her Masters of Arts in Education from Point Loma Nazarene University. Trisha’s first authoring project was QuickBooks 2004 and 2005: Essentials Course by Labyrinth Learning. Since that time she has published a new version of the text each year, co-authored Microsoft Excel 2007, authored Outlook 2013, and served as a developmental editor for Labyrinth’s Office 2013 assessments.