Sage is one of the UK’s most popular accounting program and it provides a complete accounts processing package for businesses. It’s a comprehensive piece of software, and to achieve the full benefit of this accounts package, it’s vital to learn all aspects of its features.
Our Sage Accounts training courses will help you learn how to accurately manage your supplier’s details, process invoices, sales, produce financial reports and manage the financial records. This is an essential accounts training course if you’re looking to work as a Manager Accounts, Accountant, Accounts Assistant in the Finance Department of a business, or want to manage your own business’s finances.
In the End of this Course, you will learn this:
- Introduction to Accounting.
- Introduction to Accounting Software.
- Company Creation.
- Change in Company data.
- Chart of Accounts.
- Edit Chart of Accounts.
- Delete Chart of Account List.
- Enter Opening Balances in Chart of Account.
- Check the Reports of Chart of Account.
- What is Journal Entry?
- Why we use Journal Entries?
- Journal Entries in Peachtree.
- Edit Journal Entries.
- Delete Journal Entries.
- Check the Reports of Journal Entries.
- What is Inventory?
- Inventory in Peachtree.
- Inventory Adjustments.
- Check the Reports of Inventory.
- Creation of Customers.
- Check the Report of Customers.
- Sale Orders.
- Check the Reports of Sale Orders.
- Sale Invoices.
- Receipts from Customers.
- Sales Return/Credit Memos.
- Refund Payment to Customer.
- Replacements entry for Customer.
- Check all the relevant reports of Accounts Receivable.
- Creation of Vendors.
- Check the Report of Vendors.
- Purchase Orders.
- Check the Report of Purchase Orders.
- Purchase Received Inventory.
- Payments to Vendors.
- Purchase Return/ Vendor Credit Memos.
- Refund of Cash from Vendors.
- Check all the reports of Vendors.
- What is Payroll?
- Payroll in Peachtree.
- Check the Reports of Payroll.
Lesson 8: Tips and tricks using sage Peachtree
- Backup company data.
- Restore company data.
- Change Accounting Period.
- Closing the Accounting Period of Company.