Evergreen’s Spring Seminar Series: The Essentials of Financial Planning with Quickbooks Online
Beginning Tuesday, April 21st
9:30am – 12:30pm
This course will take place remotely via Zoom.
A free six-session seminar
Beginning on April 21, 2020; applications due by 4/13.
*Please note this seminar is open to any industrial/manufacturing business
Too many small business owners – like you – are in the dark about their business’s financial health. Too many owners push their financial goals and responsibilities aside because they don’t know where to begin or understand the terminology. Instead, they just “wing it.”
If this sounds like you, we invite you to join Evergreen and Skopos Collective for Essentials of Financial Planning (with Quickbooks Online), a 6-part intensive course that blends lecture and hands-on learning using Quickbooks Online with facilitators Elli Papadopoulos and Ramona Cedeno, CPA.
If you want to make sure your financial systems are built on a strong footing, deepen your understanding of your business financials and engage in financial conversations about your business, then this class is for you. We will break down mental barriers and expose you to the world of finance and accounting so you can be more hands-on with your finances and more in control of your business!
The course is intended for business owners or key decision-makers that have the capacity to affect this aspect of the business.
Applicants / Participants are asked to:
- Be a Quickbooks Online User
- Be open to/comfortable using Google Sheets and the Google suite of tools
- Be able to have access to their financial reports and their QBO file during class
The course is free but spots are limited. The application can be found here. Applications are due by April 13, 2020.
Full seminar details, including dates, and instructor bio can be found here.
Please direct any questions about this course or the application to Natalie Vichnevsky at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program is made possible by the generous support of Goldman Sachs Bank USA