SCORE Free Workshop: Improving Your Use of QuickBooks™ to Manage Your Business Finances II

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Elizabeth Santaus will present a free SCORE workshop on “Improving Your Use of QuickBooks™ to Manage Your Business Finances II” on Thursday, June 8th, 2017.

The Southeastern Connecticut chapter of SCORE, a nonprofit association dedicated to the success of small businesses, offers a free workshop on “Improving Your Use of QuickBooks™ to Manage Your Business Finances II.”

In the first workshop on QuickBooks™, you learned the importance of regularly entering your data into an accounting system and utilizing chart of accounts specific to your business. In this follow-up session, you will compare features of QuickBooks for PC/Mac versus QuickBooks Online.

What to expect: This workshop includes an overview of the accounting and reporting features in QuickBooks Pro/Premier for PC, QuickBooks for Mac, and QuickBooks Online’s three subscription levels.  Information on apps and third-party software that interface with these QuickBooks products will also be discussed.  Participants are encouraged to bring questions about their specific industry accounting needs as there will be plenty of time for Q&A with the presenter. Laptops are welcome but not necessary.

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Workshop Presenter Elizabeth Santaus has more than twenty years of experience in the financial accounting software and bookkeeping industry. She has worked for a variety of software companies and is a certified trainer in many advanced software programs.  Since 2006, when Elizabeth founded Dressler Santaus, LLC, she has consulted, trained, and provided bookkeeping services for over 200 small businesses in CT and NY. As an Intuit ProAdvisor with advanced and point-of-sale certifications, Elizabeth has been a QuickBooks™ trainer for the Community Economic Development Fund’s Bridgeport location.

Workshop Sponsor Guilford Savings Bank (GSB) has been serving the financial needs of individuals, families and businesses on the Connecticut shoreline community for over 140 years.  Founded in 1875 by 17 local business owners, it has proudly stood as a trusted institution in the communities it serves.  Starting with a $17,000 investment and one branch on the picturesque Guilford Town Green, GSB has grown to a seven-office, $620 million bank. For more information visit

About SCORE: SCORE is a nonprofit association that offers free and confidential advice on starting your own business or improving and growing your existing small business. All 40 counselors in Southeast Connecticut are volunteers, receive no compensation, and are working or retired business owners, executives, and managers. SCORE’s nine counseling sites in Southeast Connecticut include Guilford, Madison, Old Saybrook, Essex, Waterford, Middletown, Mystic, Norwich, and New London. For more information on upcoming free workshops and how to schedule a free small business mentoring session with our counselors, visit

Would You Like To Become A Score Volunteer? Your business knowledge and experience can help others start or grow a small business. Learn more about becoming a SCORE volunteer at:

Learn how to manage your business finances with QuickBooks training throughout September.

Dressler Santaus will be conducting a series of QuickBooks seminars during September. Whether you’re a new user seeking to understand the basics of QuickBooks or an experienced bookkeeper who needs to learn new tips or solve a problem, this seminar series can help.

Fundamentals 101: Chart of Accounts, Company Set up and Navigation

September 2, 2015 – 9-11am

Fundamentals 102: Working with Lists

September 9, 2015 – 9-11am

Fundamentals 103: Using QuickBooks Simply

September 16, 2015- 9-11am

Fundamentals 104: Accounts Receivable

September 23, 2015 – 9-11am

Fundamentals 105: Accounts Payable

September 30, 2015 – 9-11am

Seminar Location: Dressler Santaus offices on Milford Green


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Register Now via email or call us at 203.951.6214.


Seminars are $30 per registrant payable at the seminar.

Payment can be made by cash, check, or credit card.