Whether you’re a seasoned business owner, or you’re contemplating branching out on your own, it’s never too late to learn the ins and outs of a proper Chart of Accounts and how it can affect your business. Not an overly technical class about bookkeeping, but instead an instruction and baseline for how your books should be kept. This class will outline what a Chart of Accounts is, how to set it up, how to add/subtract accounts, and how a properly structure COA can impact your decision making. Plus, a bonus to all of this, is that if you have a strong chart of accounts, it can save your tax preparer time, which as you may or may not know, will translate into you saving money. As always questions are encouraged and both newbies and seasoned veterans are welcome!
About the Instructor:
Ashley Guion performs work no a variety of clients at Nathan Wechsler, including accounting, compliance, financial statement preparation, income tax return preparation, and special projects. Ashley is a certified CPA and Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor who received a Masters of Science in Accounting at Peter T. Paul School of Business and Economics at University of New Hampshire. Ashley is affiliated with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountant and the New Hampshire Society of Certified Public Accountants, acts as the Finance Committee Chair of Keene Young Professionals, and graduated from Leadership Monadnock in June 2018. Ashley enjoys reading, sports, and spending time with her family.