Since 2003 CPA911® Publishing has been producing books for accounting professionals, business owners, and software users. Our titles are authored by experts who provide insights, easy-to-follow instructions, tips, and shortcuts. The subjects covered run from general accounting to advanced Microsoft Excel® techniques for accountants. However, our primary focus is on helping users push the QuickBooks® accounting program to its limits. While QuickBooks may be one of the easiest and most ubiquitous accounting packages on the market, it’s not always the most flexible. Our QuickBooks experts dig deep into the software and discover ways to make the program work the way users work. The QuickBooks Running series books offer plenty of step-by-step instructions as well as tips and tricks. But, where the series really shines is in offering solutions. When you have to get a task done and QuickBooks refuses to cooperate, you’ll probably find a workaround in one of our Running QuickBooks books.
About Our Books
Our current list of offerings includes something for everyone. For the business owner who still gets confused when her accountant starts talking about debits and credits, we have the upcoming Setting Up & Running QuickBooks 2014: The Accountant's Guide for Business Owners. This new QuickBooks book combines accounting assistance and QuickBooks instructions for entrepreneurs. For accountants who perform advanced analysis using Microsoft Excel, we have the widely acclaimed, Excel for Accountants, now in its second edition.
The Running series offers two titles, Running QuickBooks in Nonprofits, and Running QuickBooks 2014 Premier Editions. With its wealth of tips, tricks, and workarounds, Running QuickBooks in Nonprofits is a must have for nonprofit board members, accountants, and bookkeepers. Running QuickBooks 2014 Premier Editions covers those features found in the Contractor Edition, the Accountant Edition, the Bookkeeper Edition, and all the other Premier Editions of QuickBooks, not usually included in general QuickBooks books. It is particularly helpful for accountants whose clients are running the different versions of QuickBooks Premier. For the most comprehensive QuickBooks books on the market, look no further.
About Our Authors
Kathy Ivens, the founder of CPA911 Publishing, and author of both Running QuickBooks books, is an expert in computerized accounting systems, with a special focus on QuickBooks. She is the former author of QuickBooks: The Official Guide, as well as numerous other computer books.
Conrad Carlberg, author of Excel® for Accountants, is president of Network Control Systems, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in the development of quality control and forecasting tools. He is a multiple recipient of Microsoft’s Excel’s Most Valuable Professional award and the author of Business Analysis: Microsoft Excel 2010 and Excel Sales Forecasting for Dummies.
Philip B. Goodman, CPA, co-author of Setting Up & Running QuickBooks 2014: The Accountant's Guide for Business Owners, is a principal in the accounting firm Shubert Goodman and Huttner, LLP, a leading Philadelphia accounting firm.
Tom Barich, co-author of Running QuickBooks® 2014 Premier Editions, and
co-author of the Setting Up & Running QuickBooks 2014: The Accountant's Guide for Business Owners,
is a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor, who has worked on a number of QuickBooks books. He is also the author of QuickBooks 2013 QuickSteps, and was the technical editor for QuickBooks: The Official Guide for many years. He is currently the technical editor for QuickBooks 2014 The Guide.