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Continuing Professional Education Course Format
NACPB's continuing professional education (CPE) courses are recorded and accessed via the Internet. Recorded online courses can be viewed at anytime and from anywhere with any Internet connected device.

Overview
NACPB's CPE courses are facilitated by accredited, experienced instructors using an instructor-led, group paced, classroom-delivery learning model. You view and listen to the training on your Internet connected device.

The CPE courses are self-paced, self-study and provide unlimited viewing access. The courses allow you to start, pause, stop, and resume the courses as you please. If you stop and leave the course, you can note the counter time and advance the course to resume right where you left off.

Important Information
You should have a high speed Internet connected devise to view our streaming Advanced Recording Format (.arf) course files and must have a sound to hear the training.

You should also make sure that Java is enabled.

CPE Credit
NACPB's CPE courses comply with standards issued by NASBA (National Association of State Boards of Accountancy).

Check with the state board of accountancy in the state in which you are licensed to determine if they participate in the QAS program and allow QAS CPE credit hours. This course is based on one CPE credit for each 50 minutes of study time in accordance with standards issued by NASBA. Note that some states require 100-minute contact hours for self study. You may also visit the NASBA website at www.nasba.org for a listing of states that accept QAS hours.

Fields of Study
Bookkeeping
QuickBooks
Payroll
Tax
Microsoft Excel 2007 Basic
Microsoft Excel 2007 Intermediate
Microsoft Excel 2007 Advanced
Microsoft Excel 2010 Basic
Microsoft Excel 2010 Intermediate


Bookkeeping
Session 1: Accounting: The Language of Business
Session 2: Analyzing Business Transactions
Session 3: Analyzing Business Transactions Using T Accounts
Session 4: The General Journal and the General Ledger
Session 5: Adjustments and the Worksheet
Session 6: Closing Entries and the Postclosing Trial Balance
Session 7: Accounting for Sales, Accounts Receivable, and Cash Receipts
Session 8: Accounting for Purchases, Accounts Payable, and Cash Payments
Session 9: Cash Receipts, Cash Payments, and Banking Procedures
Session 10: Payroll Computations, Records, and Payment


QuickBooks
Session 1: Getting Started with QuickBooks
Session 2: Setting Up QuickBooks
Session 3: Working with QuickBooks Lists
Session 4: Working with QuickBooks Bank Accounts
Session 5: Using Other Accounts in QuickBooks
Session 6: Entering Sales Information with QuickBooks
Session 7: Receiving Payments and Making Deposits with QuickBooks
Session 8: Entering and Paying Bills in QuickBooks
Session 9: Analyzing QuickBooks Financial Data
Session 10: Setting Up Inventory in QuickBooks
Session 11: Tracking and Paying Sales Tax in QuickBooks
Session 12: Doing Payroll with QuickBooks
Session 13: Estimating and Progress Invoicing with QuickBooks
Session 14: Tracking Time with QuickBooks
Session 15: Customizing Forms and Writing Letters with QuickBooks


Payroll
Session 1: The Need for Payroll and Personnel Records
Session 2: Computing Wages and Salary
Session 3: Social Security Taxes
Session 4: Income Tax Withholding
Session 5: Unemployment Compensation Taxes
Session 6: Analyzing and Journalizing Payroll Transactions


Tax
Session 1: Introduction to Federal Taxation and Understanding Federal Tax Law
Session 2: Tax Research, Practice and Procedure
Session 3: Individual Taxation–An Overview
Session 4: Gross Income
Session 5: Gross Income-Exclusions
Session 6: Deductions: General Concepts and Trade or Business Deductions
Session 7: Deductions: Business/Investment Losses and Passive Activity Losses
Session 8: Deductions: Itemized Deductions
Session 9: Tax Credits, Prepayments and Special Methods


Microsoft Excel 2007

Basic
Session 1: Getting Started
Session 2: Entering and Editing Data
Session 3: Modifying a Worksheet
Session 4: Using Functions
Session 5: Formatting Worksheets
Session 6: Printing
Session 7: Creating Charts
Session 8: Managing Large Workbooks

Intermediate
Session 1: Using Multiple Worksheets and Workbooks
Session 2: Advanced Formatting
Session 3: Outlining and Subtotals
Session 4: Cell and Range Names
Session 5: Lists and Tables
Session 6: Web and Internet Features
Session 7: Advanced Charting
Session 8: Documenting and Auditing
Session 9: Templates and Setting

Advanced
Session 1: Advanced Functions
Session 2: Lookups and Data Tables
Session 3: Advanced List Management
Session 4: PivotTables and PivotCharts
Session 5: Exporting and Importing
Session 6: Analytical Options
Session 7: Macros and Custom Functions
Session 8: Conditional Formatting and SmartArt


Microsoft Excel 2010

Basic
Session 1: Getting Started
Session 2: Entering and Editing Data
Session 3: Modifying a Worksheet
Session 4: Using Functions
Session 5: Formatting
Session 6: Printing
Session 7: Charts
Session 8: Managing Large Workbooks
Session 9: Graphics and Screenshots

Intermediate
Session 1: Using Multiple Worksheets and Workbooks
Session 2: Advanced Formatting
Session 3: Outlining and Subtotals
Session 4: Cell and Range Names
Session 5: Tables
Session 6: Web and Sharing Features
Session 7: Advanced Charting
Session 8: Documenting and Auditing
Session 9: Templates and Setting
Session 10: PivotTables and PivotCharts

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