Xero Basics

One of our affiliates, Pennys Worth Ltd based in Auckland will be running a series of training courses for Xero customers starting with a practical, hands-on course covering the basics.

The 3-hour session uses your own Xero trial company, which means all the tasks and examples done while on the course will stay on your system, so you can access them for the following 14 days to remind and refresh you on how you have put in the information. Pennys Worth will also issue copies of handout material to take away with you.

The course will cover the following, plus more:

  • Basic bookkeeping principles
  • Invoicing
  • Paying suppliers
  • Expense claims
  • Basic reporting
  • Bank feeds
  • Using ‘Help’
  • GST returrns

The course cost is $199 + GST. The dates are: Thurs 16 October – Auckland or Tues 11 November – Auckland

Please register your interest as soon as possible, so we can reserve a space for you.

Contact Pennys Worth by email: penny@clear.net.nz or info@pennysworth.co.nz

Or phone Penny 021 983 297 or Julie 021 0221 8961

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