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Register Now For Financial Recordkeeping Training Using QuickBooks

University of Wiconsin Extension and UW-River Falls offereing training.

Are you interested in learning how to use QuickBooks computer software for your farm financial recordkeeping? The University of Wisconsin-Extension Center for Dairy Profitability and UW-River Falls are offering four intermediate workshops using QuickBooks.

QuickBooks is a financial recordkeeping program and management tool. The program allows you to track and manage income, expenses, bank accounts, receivables, inventory, fixed assets, payables, loans, payroll and equity in your farm business. QuickBooks also provides you with standard and customized detailed reports that are essential to making good decisions.

In this hands-on computer session you will develop a set of farm financial records and reports. You will learn how QuickBooks© is structured, how it files work, and how to navigate in the system to tailor your financial recordkeeping for your farm business.

Dates and Locations:
*Friday, Feb. 20: MATC Reedsburg (registration deadline: Feb. 13)
* Thursday, March 19: UW-Fond du Lac (registration deadline: March 12)

Each workshop will be held from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Registration is $20 and includes lunch. Please note that full payment for workshop is needed for complete registration. Please send your registration to Jenny Vanderlin, Center for Dairy Profitability, 1675 Observatory Drive, Madison, WI 53706. Please call the Center for complete registration form: 608-263-5665 or by email jmvander@wisc.edu.

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