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Welcome to the World of “Keeping Track of your Finances” with QuickBooks (Desktop Version)

Posted by admin on October 6, 2021 in Financial Accounting Software, QuickBooks, QuickBooks |

Truckee Meadows Community College is committed to maintaining a safe learning environment for all students, faculty, and staff. During these unprecedented times, the concept of “community” in the title of our institution takes on special meaning as we all commit to safe practices to ensure a healthy community that protects and addresses the needs of all of us. To this end, we must remain flexible, diligent, and compassionate in our efforts. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to remain at home if experiencing any symptoms of ill health. At TMCC, properly worn masks are mandatory in all classrooms, work spaces, and public spaces at all times.

– You will need this class:

if you are having a hard time keeping track of your income and expense?

– You will need this class:

if you have more months left after you got paid because you do not keep track of your finances

This class is mainly for small to medium business, however, that does not mean that an individual could not benefit from the knowledge and maybe start keeping track of their financial life.

Why this class?

Because, thousands of small companies and nonprofit organizations turn to Quickooks to keep their finances on track. And over the years, Intuit has introduced various editions of the program to satisfy the needs of different types of companies.

Back when milk was simply milk, you either used QuickBooks or you didn’t.

But now, when you can choose milk from soybeans and rice as well as cows, and with five different levels of fat, it’s no surprise that QuickBooks comes in a variety of editions (which, in some cases, are dramatically different from their siblings), as well as six industry-specific editions. From the smallest of sole proprietorship to burgeoning enterprises, one of these editions is likely to meet your needs and budget.

By the way, all tutorials are instructor-led and every student will receive a handout to include screenshots to help guide you through the material presented.

Here is an overview of some of the topics that we will cover:

  • An Introduction to QuickBooks
  • some Bookkeeping/Accounting Terms
  • Setting up your company (or yourself)
  • Chart of Accounts
  • Customers/Clients
  • Sales Tax
  • Vendors
  • Banking

Truckee Meadows Community College 

  • Monday , October 19, 2021 from 1:00 pm – 5:00pm

  • Wednesday, October 21  2021 from 1:00 pm – 5:00pm

  • Monday , October 26 2021 from 1:00 pm – 5:00pm

  • and
  • Wednesday, October  28, 2021 from 1:00 pm – 5:00pm

Room 115

call Contact Trainer/Instructor

5290 Neil Road

Reno NV 89502

Tel: (775) 829-9010

Website: tmcc.edu/epic

Please bring a Flash Drive

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It Couldn’t Be Done

Posted by admin on September 19, 2021 in Blog |

by Edgar Guest

Somebody said that it couldn’t be done
But he with a chuckle replied
That “maybe it couldn’t,” but he would be one
Who wouldn’t say so till he’d tried.
So he buckled right in with the trace of a grin
On his face. If he worried he hid it.
He started to sing as he tackled the thing
That couldn’t be done, and he did it.

Somebody scoffed: “Oh, you’ll never do that;
At least no one ever has done it;”
But he took off his coat and he took off his hat
And the first thing we knew he’d begun it.
With a lift of his chin and a bit of a grin,
Without any doubting or quiddit,
He started to sing as he tackled the thing
That couldn’t be done, and he did it.

There are thousands to tell you it cannot be done,
There are thousands to prophesy failure,
There are thousands to point out to you one by one,
The dangers that wait to assail you.
But just buckle in with a bit of a grin,
Just take off your coat and go to it;
Just start in to sing as you tackle the thing
That “cannot be done,” and you’ll do it.

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Tax Year 2020: Changes to IRS Form 1040

Posted by admin on September 25, 2020 in Blog |

The IRS recently released a draft of Form 1040, U.S. Individual Income Tax Return. This article provides a look at some of the most significant changes proposed for tax year 2020 (returns filed in 2021).

read more …..

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Tai Chi for Beginners

Posted by admin on September 9, 2020 in Blog |
Tai Chi for Beginners is a perfect Tai Chi way to explore and experience the numerous benefits of Tai Chi, no matter what shape you are in.

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10-minute Indoor Walking

Posted by admin on August 13, 2020 in Blog |

Try this easy walking workout with fitness expert Denise Austin in your own home to burn calories and work on your cardiovascular system while we are still self-confining, This exercise is also good when the weather does not agree with us to walk outside.

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Smart Driver Class

Posted by admin on July 23, 2020 in Blog |

All AARP Smart Driver classroom courses are still cancelled. Please take the online course for the time being

You Could Earn a Multiyear Discount on Your Auto Insurance When You Complete the Course! 100% Online and Self-Paced. Learn at Your Convenience. Register Today! Improve Driving Skills. Insurance Discounts. 24/7 online Safe Driver Training or if your prefer  in a Classroom setting.

We offer this class all over the US.

Why take the Smart Driver Course?

The AARP Smart Driver course is the nation’s first refresher course specifically designed for drivers age 50 and older. In many states, drivers may benefit from a discount on their auto insurance premium upon completing the course. And you will learn something new along the way. In fact, an evaluation of the course found that 97% of participants changed at least one driving habit as a result of what they learned. ( By the way, you do not need to be a member, and you can be younger than 55)

What will you learn?

  • Research-based safe driving strategies.
  • Information on the effects of medication on driving.
  • Preventive measures to reduce driver distractions.
  • Proper use of safety belts, air bags, anti-lock brakes, and new technology found in cars today.
  • Techniques for handling left turns, right-of-way, and roundabouts.
  • State-specific rules and regulations in 19 key areas, including construction zones, child safety seats, school buses, cellphone use and more.
  • Easy-to-follow format incorporating adult-learning principles.

Click here to sign up for the online course:

To take the course in a classroom setting contact AARP Driver Safety at 1-800-350-7025 or email customerservice@aarpdriversafety.org

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Microsoft Excel: Introduction

Truckee Meadows Community College is committed to maintaining a safe learning environment for all students, faculty, and staff. During these unprecedented times, the concept of “community” in the title of our institution takes on special meaning as we all commit to safe practices to ensure a healthy community that protects and addresses the needs of all of us. To this end, we must remain flexible, diligent, and compassionate in our efforts. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to remain at home if experiencing any symptoms of ill health. At TMCC, properly worn masks are mandatory in all classrooms, work spaces, and public spaces at all times.

Please call 829-9010 for the below class.
Registration is still open.

REGISTER TODAY for exiting days of learning Excel

In this 2-part course, learn the basics of Excel* to enter text and numbers into spreadsheets along with basic formatting and formulas. Learn to create pie, bar, column, XY and other charts in a professional-looking, easy-to-read format.

In part II, work with large files by freezing panes and splitting the window and explore styles and the conditional formatting feature. We will introduce you Pivot Tables and Charts, as well as Payment functions, and if statements. 

Sign up today for this 4-hour course.

at Truckee Meadows Community College

5270 Neil Road
Rm S115

Reno NV 89502

Tel: (775) 829-9010

Website: tmcc.edu/epic

PLEASE BRING A FLASH DRIVE TO CLASS

*we are using the latest version of Excel, however, most of the information that you are learning here, can be used in previous/older Excel versions. Instructor will point out the differences.

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Learn more about your iPhone

Posted by admin on October 5, 2021 in Blog, Electronic Tablets, iPad, iPhone, Senior Training, Smartphones |

You took the ‘iPhone for Beginners’ class or have experience using your phone?

Enhance your knowledge by adding contacts to your address book, set up and use your email, and send and reply to text messages. Share photos, organize photo galleries and download and listen to your favorite music.

And … bring your questions if you already know about or would like to review one or more about the above mentioned topics.

Bring your iPhone/iPad to class with any questions you have about it.

Our next class covering the above topics will be

on 10/8, 10/15, and 10/22 from 10am – 12pm

Rm 315

Truckee Meadows Community College

5270 Neil Road

just across from the Sears Auto Center

sign up in Suite 216 or call 775-829-9010

Reno, NV 89502

for private instructions, please go to Contact Trainer/Instructor

 Note to iPad users:  the only difference is that you can not make a phone call!

So, please join us in the iPhone class

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Microsoft Excel: Advanced Functions and Formulas

Posted by admin on October 4, 2021 in Blog, Excel, Excel Level 3 - Advanced |

Truckee Meadows Community College is committed to maintaining a safe learning environment for all students, faculty, and staff. During these unprecedented times, the concept of “community” in the title of our institution takes on special meaning as we all commit to safe practices to ensure a healthy community that protects and addresses the needs of all of us. To this end, we must remain flexible, diligent, and compassionate in our efforts. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to remain at home if experiencing any symptoms of ill health. At TMCC, properly worn masks are mandatory in all classrooms, work spaces, and public spaces at all times.

Take your knowledge of Excel to the next level with advanced techniques that include making pivot tables,  use intricate formulas and data analysis to make tasks easier at your workplace.

  • Loans Payments
  • Pivot Table and Chart
  • Data Analysis
    • Loan Payments
  • Lookup Functions
    • VLookup
  • Null function
  • IF Functions
    • if
    • Sumif
    • Countif
    • Averageif
  • Protect your workbook
  • Time permitting other important formulas that might come in handy

Our next class covering the above topics will be

  • Tuesday, June 22 2021 from 09am – 12pm

  • and

    Thursday, June 24 2021 from 9am – 12pm

Truckee Meadows Community College

5270 Neil Road

just across from the Sears Auto Center on

sign up online or in Suite 216

Reno, NV 89502

Please bring Flash Drive

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Microsoft Excel: Intermediate

Posted by admin on September 22, 2021 in Blog, Excel, Excel Level 2 - Intermediate |

Truckee Meadows Community College is committed to maintaining a safe learning environment for all students, faculty, and staff. During these unprecedented times, the concept of “community” in the title of our institution takes on special meaning as we all commit to safe practices to ensure a healthy community that protects and addresses the needs of all of us. To this end, we must remain flexible, diligent, and compassionate in our efforts. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to remain at home if experiencing any symptoms of ill health. At TMCC, properly worn masks are mandatory in all classrooms, work spaces, and public spaces at all times.

Building on concepts covered in Excel Essentials, learn how to work with large files by freezing panes and splitting the window, and how to use styles and conditional formatting.

Learn to create pie, bar, column, XY and other charts to present your numeric data in a professional-looking and easy-to-read format. Explore sorting and filtering to manage data lists and practice working with formulas and functions.

  • Manage Large Workbooks
    • Sorting and Filtering
    • Grouping and Subtotals
    • Conditional Formatting
    • Concatenate and Split Text
    • Working with large spreadsheet
      • Freezing panes
      • Split worksheet
      • Copy sheets
      • Selecting sheets
      • Linking worksheets
      • Table of Contents
    • Create a chart (we maybe talking about charts in the beginning class as well)

The Excel Level will be on the following dates:

  • Tuesday, September 21, 2021 from 6pm – 9pm
    • and

      Thursday, September 23, 2021 from 6pm – 9pm

at Truckee Meadows Community College

5270 Neil Road
Rm 115

Reno NV 89502

Tel: (775) 829-9010

or click here to signup online

NOTE:  This is an intermediate class.  You will have to have prior knowledge in Excel.

Please bring a flash drive to class

 

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AARP DRIVER SAFETY

Posted by admin on September 14, 2021 in Blog |

On Match 15, 2020, all AARP DRIVER SAFETY instructors were told that all Driver Safety Courses were cancelled through June 30, 2020. At that time, little did we know that our cancelled classes were going to be cancelled through December 31, 2021, and maybe even longer. What could we do? We teach our Driver’s safety Course to over 20,000 people over 55 every year. What could we do?

Then we discovered Zoom. We could learn to teach our course using Zoom. A great idea at first, but we had to get a Nevada DMV permission first. This was not as easy as we thought. However, we finally got permission and started training our instructors how to teach using Zoom. We began our classes in April of 2021. So far people have said this is the best way to take the class – Live instructors, great interaction as well as questions being answered, and it all takes place in the attendee’s home.

Flyer // More

Well, in Nevada, we held telephone meetings to find a way to get our class to the seniors in need of extending their auto insurance company discounts, which last for three years.

WHAT YOU GET FOR THE CLASS

  1. By Nevada law, three years of auto insurance discounts. These discounts vary from 2% to 12%, depending on the company.
  2. Proper ways to adjust our bodies and minds to the physical, medical, vehicle, law, and road changes.
  3. Strategies to drive safer in many different situations.
  4. Information on new technology vehicles and discounts you should get for owning them.

Flyer // More

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iPhone/iPad for Beginners-class

Posted by admin on September 14, 2021 in Blog, Electronic Tablets, iPad, iPhone, Senior Training |

Truckee Meadows Community College is committed to maintaining a safe learning environment for all students, faculty, and staff. During these unprecedented times, the concept of “community” in the title of our institution takes on special meaning as we all commit to safe practices to ensure a healthy community that protects and addresses the needs of all of us. To this end, we must remain flexible, diligent, and compassionate in our efforts. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to remain at home if experiencing any symptoms of ill health. At TMCC, properly worn masks are mandatory in all classrooms, work spaces, and public spaces at all times.

Find out how easy and fun it is to explore the world on your new smartphone. Experience the amazing array of functions and applications available and how to update your Apple iPhone Operating Systems.

Setup WiFi and email addresses.  Learn how to add contacts and more.

Bring your iPhone to class. 

Please make sure your iPhone is fully charged.

Our next class starts

9/10, 9/17, and 9/24 
3 sessions from 10am to 12pm 

Room 315

Truckee Meadows Community College
(just across from the Sears Auto Center )

5270 Neil Road

sign up in Suite 216

Reno, NV 89502

or call 775-829-9010

or

for private instructions, please go to Contact Trainer/Instructor

 Note to iPad users:  the only difference is that you can not make a phone call!

So, please join us in the iPhone class

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Microsoft Excel 1/2

Posted by admin on September 3, 2021 in Blog, Excel, Excel Level 1 - Essentials/Basics, Workforce Development Training |

Truckee Meadows Community College is committed to maintaining a safe learning environment for all students, faculty, and staff. During these unprecedented times, the concept of “community” in the title of our institution takes on special meaning as we all commit to safe practices to ensure a healthy community that protects and addresses the needs of all of us. To this end, we must remain flexible, diligent, and compassionate in our efforts. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to remain at home if experiencing any symptoms of ill health. At TMCC, properly worn masks are mandatory in all classrooms, work spaces, and public spaces at all times.

This is Part I for a three-day class to learn Excel from basics to advanced.

This first class covers the basics ….

… such as entering text and numbers into spreadsheets … and continue building your skills by learning formatting and easy formulas.

All tutorials are instructor-led and every student will receive a handout to include screenshots to help guide you through the material presented.

Here is an overview of the topics:

  • Create a new spreadsheet/workbook
  • Cell Basics
  • Create a new workbook
    • New, Open, save and print
    • Order of precedence
    • Exercises on
      • Addition
      • Subtraction
      • Multiplication
      • Averages
      • Highest and lowest numbers
    • Adding and deleting rows and columns
    • Make your spreadsheet look professional
    • Creating a Table
      • Managing Data in an Excel Table
      • Table Styles
      • Deleting a Table
    • Time permitting Instructor will show you how to create a chart

    Our Excel Essentials I class covering the above topics will start

    Tuesday, February 1, 2021 from 2pm – 5pm

  • and

    Thursday, February 3, 2021 from 2pm – 5pm

    call TMCC at 775-829-9010 to reserve your seat today

    this is a very popular class!

    at Truckee Meadows Community College

    5270 Neil Road
    Rm 115

    Reno NV 89502

    Tel: (775) 829-9010

    PLEASE BRING A FLASH DRIVE TO CLASS

    fill out the form below for private instructions or any questions and training requests

    Your Name (required)

    Your Email (required)

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Form 1099-MISC vs Form 1099-NEC

Posted by admin on January 7, 2021 in Blog |

How are they Different?

For the tax year 2020, the IRS introduced new forms. Here is an example of 2 of the forms: 1099-MISC and 1099-NEC

Form 1099-MISC

Form 1099-MISC reports the total amount of payments a person receives from a single person or company during the tax year. The IRS requires any person or business to report certain types of payments on a 1099-MISC Form and to the IRS. The type of payments the IRS requires to be reported on this form are:

Form 1099-MISC used to be most commonly used for reporting earnings of independent contractors and consultants, both types of employment where the person employed is not an employee of the company.

  • Rent
  • Royalties
  • Prizes
  • Awards and substitute payments in lieu of dividends

This is also known as nonemployee compensation.

Starting in the 2020 tax year all nonemployee compensation will be reported on a new form, Form 1099-NEC.

Form 1099-NEC

Form 1099-NEC is a form dedicated to only nonemployee compensation, also known as self-employment income. This is the income that is received when someone is employed by an employer as an independent contractor versus an employee. Basically, Form 1099-NEC is an entire form dedicated to Box 7 on Form 1099-MISC. Subsequently, for tax year 2020, Box 7 has been removed from Form 1099-MISC. Essentially, Form 1099-NEC serves a similar purpose as Form W-2 does for employees. That purpose is to report the total amount of payments a person receives from a single person or business during the tax year.

Why did the IRS create Form 1099-NEC?

There are two main reasons why it made sense for the IRS to designate a form specifically for nonemployee compensation.

  1. More and more people are working as independent contractors making it make more sense to have a tax form dedicated specifically to this income.
  2. Previously, when nonemployee compensation was reported on Form 1099-MISC, it had a different deadline date than the form itself. Therefore, it didn’t make sense to use one form for payments that have two different deadline dates with the IRS.

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