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Workshop: Spend Less Time on Books, More Time on Your Business

PLATTSBURGH, NY (October 29, 2007) - Entrepreneurs are invited to participate in two training sessions on QuickBooks software to learn how to better manage their businesses.

A QuickBooks Basics class will be held Monday, Nov. 5 from 6:30 to 8 p.m., and a QuickBooks Advanced Skills class is slated for Monday, Nov. 12 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

The workshops will be presented by Molly LaMountain, a Certified QuickBooks Pro advisor and staff member of Abbott, Frenyea, Russell and Coffey PC (AFRC), certified public accountants. Both sessions will be held in the Peterson Accounting Lab located in Redcay Hall, at the School of Business and Economics on the Plattsburgh State campus.

The first workshop on Monday, Nov. 5 will introduce a basic overview of the software, including a hands-on demonstration of how to set up your company, record deposits and expenses and produce bank and credit card reconciliations.  The second workshop on Monday, Nov. 12 will feature information on how QuickBooks software can help entrepreneurs manage invoicing, accounts payable, payroll, inventory and more.   

The fee for each workshop is $35. Participants can register and attend both workshops for $60 per person. Pre-registration is requested by Nov. 2, as seating is limited. To register, contact the NYS Small Business Development Center at 518-564-2042.

The workshops are sponsored by the NYS Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at the State University of New York College at Plattsburgh and AFRC.

As Clinton County's largest CPA firm, AFRC has the ability to provide a broad spectrum of accounting and management consulting services to a wide range of industries. The scope of services, resources, and specialization gives AFRC the ability to add value to your business while helping you achieve your goals.

The North Country SBDC, part of the School of Business and Economics at SUNY Plattsburgh, works one-on-one in a confidential setting with emerging, existing, and expanding entrepreneurs. The staff has provided these services at no cost to clients in Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, Warren, and Northern Washington counties for more than 20 years.  Visit the North Country SBDC online at http://www.plattsburgh.edu/offices/support/SBDC .

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