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53 Lessons (8h 7m)
    • 1. QuickBooks Payroll QuickBooks Online 2019 Course

      5:18
    • 2. 10 Regular & Overtime Pay Calculation

      5:11
    • 3. 12 Why Learn Payroll Using QuickBooks Online

      6:19
    • 4. 13 Course Resources

      4:46
    • 5. 14 Regular & Overtime Pay QuickBooks

      3:15
    • 6. 20 Federal Income Tax FIT

      7:14
    • 7. 20 Payroll Legislation

      7:53
    • 8. 20.2 Federal Income Tax QuickBooks

      12:13
    • 9. 21.2 Payroll Considerations & Forms QuickBooks

      10:15
    • 10. 22 Payroll Periods and Time Frames

      7:05
    • 11. 21.2 Payroll Considerations & Forms QuickBooks

      4:29
    • 12. 23 New Employee Tax Forms & Contractor vs Employee

      17:15
    • 13. 23.2 New Employee QuickBooks

      6:58
    • 14. 25 Federal Income Tax FIT Percent Method

      7:43
    • 15. 25.2 Federal Income Tax Percentage Method QuickBooks

      5:14
    • 16. 30 Federal Income Contributions Act (FICA)

      8:06
    • 17. 30 Social Security Tax Calculation

      6:10
    • 18. 30.2 Social Security Tax QuickBooks

      17:08
    • 19. 40 Medicare Tax Calculation

      3:31
    • 20. 40.2 Medicare QuickBooks

      16:32
    • 21. 50 Federal Unemployment Tax Act Calculation

      3:43
    • 22. 50.2 FUTA & SUTA Taxes QuickBooks

      16:57
    • 23. 55 Employer Taxes Calculation

      7:19
    • 24. 55.2 Employer payroll Taxes QuickBooks

      16:00
    • 25. 60 Employer Responsibilities and Processes

      7:51
    • 26. 70 Payroll Expense Journal Entry

      10:40
    • 27. 70.2 Payroll Expense Journal Entry QuickBooks

      16:50
    • 28. 80 Payroll Tax Expense Journal Entry

      8:17
    • 29. 80.2 Payroll Tax Journal Entry QuickBooks

      15:01
    • 30. 90 Pay Payroll Tax Expense Journal Entry

      8:51
    • 31. 100 Form 941

      14:29
    • 32. 100 Payroll Controls and Documentation

      8:12
    • 33. 100.2 Form 941 QuickBooks

      10:25
    • 34. 110 Form 940

      11:35
    • 35. 120 Form W 3 & W 2

      11:57
    • 36. 120.2 Form W-3 QuickBooks

      10:04
    • 37. 130 Reconciling Year End Payroll Forms

      9:19
    • 38. 315 Payroll Calculations

      6:13
    • 39. 320 Overtime Calculation

      9:27
    • 40. 330 Payroll Register

      9:41
    • 41. 410 Fringe Benefits

      6:08
    • 42. 415 Deductions From Gross Pay

      6:23
    • 43. 415.5 Mandatory and Voluntary Deductions QuickBooks

      6:38
    • 44. 420.5 Retirement Plans QuickBooks

      7:00
    • 45. 425.2 Post Tax Deductions QuickBooks

      10:01
    • 46. 505 Net Pay Calculation

      4:35
    • 47. 510 Federal Income Tax (FIT)

      14:47
    • 48. 520 Medicare Tax

      6:03
    • 49. 605 Taxes Employer Employee

      9:21
    • 50. 615 Federal & State Unemployment Tax

      9:19
    • 51. 620 Form 941

      11:57
    • 52. 625 Form 940

      8:51
    • 53. 920 Form W 3

      10:33

About This Class

Small business income taxes generally reported on schedule C course including examples using actual tax forms to understand income tax concepts better.

We will discuss who is required to file a schedule C for small business income and who is self-employed.

The course will discuss new tax changes for 2018 related to small businesses.

We will discuss what self-employment tax is, how to calculate it, and how to report it.

The course will cover which tax forms a self-employed business will generally need to file and how the forms are related to each other, using actual tax forms as an example.

We will discuss different accounting methods and periods including the cash method and the accrual method and when the tax code may require one method versus another as well as when the tax code requires a deviation from the accounting method used.

The course will discuss what is included in business income and the types of business income.

We will discuss the components of cost of goods sold, how to calculate cost of goods sold, and look over the tax forms related to the cost of goods sold calculation.

The course will discuss many common business expenses. Including

· Car and truck deduction

· Depreciation deduction

· Employees’ pay deduction

· Insurance deduction

· Interest deduction

· Legal and professional fees deduction

· Pension plans deduction

· Rent deduction

· Taxes deduction

· Travel and meals deduction

· Business use of your home

· Other Expenses you can deduct