“Overstating” the Importance of Cost Reporting-Free Webinar
“Overstating” the importance of cost reporting is a free 1 hour webinar, to be held on Wednesday September 24, 2014 from 2 to 3 EST. Register now to reserve your seat!
In this webinar, “Overstating” the Importance of Cost Reporting, we will be discussing how business owners rely on accurate, timely, and relevant status reports from their management team in order to make key decisions. Procedures for project controls and record keeping become indispensable tools to managers and other participants in the process.
However, cost reporting is often inadequate for this purpose because there may be too much or too little information; or data may be misrepresented, incomplete, unrecognized, not validated, or simply inaccurate. Owner oversight of projects requires accurate, timely, and relevant status reporting, yet all too often it is not provided.
We’ve chosen to highlight the construction industry, property management, non-profits, and instances when personal and business expenditures are recorded in an accounting file to show various ways businesses can track costs.
We will also identify common pitfalls in project cost reporting, discuss differences in accounting methods, and provide guidelines for developing periodic, consistent, useful reports to upper management when using QuickBooks.
Reserve your free seat today for the “Overstating” the Importance of Cost Reporting webinar by clicking here.
Update – 10/01/2014
Did you miss our free webinar? Not a problem! Here is the recording:
And these are the slides from the recording – so you can take notes – Cost Reporting Webinar Slides
Our next webinar will be in November – Apps that Work Best With QuickBooks – stay tuned for more details.
Having trouble with setting up QuickBooks for construction job costing? Purchase our 2 hour webinar “QuickBooks for Contractors – Job Costing Basics from A-Z on CD”, click here for more information.
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