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Upcoming FLTA Seminar: ‘QuickBooks Level 1’ Course

Jan 08th, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM - Noon
Location: Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance, 309 Lake Street , Geneva NY

The Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance (FLTA) and Finger Lakes Opportunity for Tourism Growth (FLOTG), together with Rochester accounting firm Bonn, Dioguardi and Ray, LLP will provide an educational session for QuickBooks users, one of a business’ most important software.

This seminar will take place Tuesday, January 8th from 9am to 12pm, noon at the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance Office, located at 309 Lake Street, Penn Yan NY 14527.

The QuickBooks Level 1 seminar, will focus on elements of QuickBooks daily use for desktop computer. Topics will cover

  • setting up company information,
  • setup of recording sales,
  • setting up a chart of accounts, bank accounts, customers records and more.

Seminar Fees are extremely reasonable:
$10 FLTA Partners ~ $5 for each additional partner business attendee
$15 Non FLTA Partners ~ $10 for each additional non-partner business attendee

Eileen Downs and Joshua Lyons from Bonn, Dioguardi and Ray, LLP will lead the seminar. Bonn, Dioguardi and Ray, LLP specializes in full service accounting and financial management.

For more details on this seminar and to RSVP before the sign up deadline of January 4th,
please go to

“We know what an impactful tool QuickBooks is and the need for businesses to get very comfortable using this software to run their business every day. We work hard to bring in the most knowledgeable experts in the field to work with our partners and educate them on items that will directly impact our partner business’ day to day operations and business activities,” said FLTA President, Cindy Kimble.

                                                    This seminar is proudly sponsored by COMMUNITY BANK

Founded in 1919, Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance is recognized as one of the first destination marketing organizations in the United States. FLTA is an association of private-sector attractions, tourism-related businesses and partnering county tourism offices working together to enhance and promote visitor businesses for the 9,000 square-mile Finger Lakes region of New York State.

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