This is part one of a two-part series, which will help accounting professionals to understand the similarities and differences between the QuickBooks Online Payroll Core, Premium, and Elite subscriptions. This training will address how to set-up, utilize, and understand the basic features as well as the advanced settings of TSheets, project costing and offering benefits within QuickBooks Online Payroll Core, Premium, and Elite subscriptions. This series will provide you with the skills and knowledge required to provide a professional level of support to small business clients and help them succeed using QuickBooks Online Payroll Core, Premium, and Elite subscriptions.
In part one, attendees will learn the necessary steps to choose the right subscription level, turn on, and use the set-up wizard. You will also learn how to add employees, including turning on direct deposits and understanding the essential features necessary for running payroll. Additional set-up features, including TSheets, auto-fill, paying contractors, and voiding and deleting payroll checks, will be covered in this section.
Identify key features of the QuickBooks Online Payroll interface including how it handles onboarding, payroll setup, running payroll, contractor payments, automation, and more.
My goal is to make small business owners’ lives easier by utilizing technology that enriches our clients’ business and personal lives. I want to contribute to helping businesses understand how to harness this technology and make it meaningful to understand their books and make informed management decisions.
My favorite clients are service providers, retail, E-Commerce, construction trades, and homebuilders in QuickBooks Desktop and QuickBooks Online.
I write QuickBooks knowledge articles for my accounting peers, which are published weekly in Insightful Accountant. I am also a Member of the Intuit Trainer / Writer Network and have authored/taught Master level courses for QuickBooks ProAdvisors.
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