If I told you that with the right information you could easily maximize your ROI at no additional cost by using information you already (your sales data) have then you would probably be interested in that right?
This video will teach you how to do that along with some powerful yet simple Excel tricks including:
- How to record a simple Macro
- Vlookup formula
- Date Formulas
- Named Ranges/tables
- Create Basic Pivot Tables and play with them to see what kind of information you can get
Get the predictability every business owner needs with Nerd’s Cash Flow Projections.
This 3 hour workshop (only $97) will teach you the MS Excel skills you need to develop this powerful tool that works with QuickBooks.
Catch major cash flow problems before they become problems.
Develop the right financial road map for where you want to go.
Very specifically plan the spending for your company/client so that you have the predictability every business owner is dying to have.
This 3 hour workshop includes the following:
- Video from the live webinar
- The Excel Template that was developed during the live webinar
- The QuickBooks file used (for reference) Note: This is the sample company file used in the video (QuickBooks 2011) and could easily be reproduced using a sample company file in any version of QuickBooks
Discover how to read financial statements in a way that empowers you to manage your business with confidence
How to read your financial statements like a book and interpret the operations of your company based on the financial information.
This way of looking at your financial information will provide you with some powerful insights as to how to interpret the operations of your company based on the financial information. Everything you do eventually touches the financial statements. Whether it is taking out a prospective client and that meal shows up in the “Meals” expense on your P&L or you borrowed money to fund a new project and that liability/debt now appears on your balance sheet.
Download this class today and start learning how to read your financial statements the way a business owner should be reading them.