Friday September 21, 2012 - 4:30 to 5:30 PM
Track 1 - Presented by SAGE: Bank and Account Reconciliation
Sage 50-Canadian Edition helps businesses to keep track of their Banking information and to maintain accurate bank account balances. In this session, you will learn how to set up and use the banking tasks of Deposit Slips, Transfer Funds and Account Reconciliation. You will see demonstrations for both bank and credit card account reconciliations. The session will wrap up with retrieving various Banking Reports, Deposit Slip details, Account Reconciliation information, and Bank Account details.
Track 2 - Presented by INTUIT: Reporting in QuickBooks
QuickBooks has the most powerful reporting engine for small business. Learn how to create reports using the report centre. Learn the best tips and trick for customizing reports. Learn how to memorize reports to create report dashboards for your clients and much more.
Track 3 - Presented by Jim Secord, CEO of Kashoo: Manage Your Clients in the Cloud; Small Business Accounting Software 3.0
The Future is Here Now – Cloud Based Accounting that You Share with Your Clients – That They Will Actually Use!
Multi-user, PC or Mac Accounting with an iPad app that makes it easier than ever for your clients to track expenses and send invoices on the spot. Create financial reports, share and collaborate P&L's, balance sheets, do bank reconciliation and track all taxes collected/owing – simply and easily, in a secure and reliable way!
Track 4 - Presented by Mary Madsen, The Knowledge Bureau: Professional Bookkeeping in a New Financial World
Think about the future of your professional career in bookkeeping in the post-financial crisis world. What issues do your clients face? Are you confident and ready to help them and work with their family and other advisors?
Don't miss this important session -
· Embellish your knowledge as a bookkeeping professional as you learn how to adapt to changing demographics and new tax rules
· Our on-site professional education consultant available to assist you
· Get a taste of Knowledge Bureau with one of our distinguished instructors as she guides you through a sample Case Study
Track 5 - Panel Facilitator: Eileen Reppenhagen, CGA, The Tax Detective: How bookkeepers can add value (and get paid more as a result)
IPBC members tell IPBC they love to participate in the online forum. Several experts will inspire us, sharing stories about what they did that added value; how and why it moved client relationships to a new level. Together we will brainstorm about what activities bookkeepers could implement or standards they could raise that add value; then we’ll break into groups to discuss the merits and challenges of proposed activities and report back. Your checklist and reports will be compiled into a post conference report to inspire you to be a catalyst for the success of your clients.