Bookkeeping Schools in Wisconsin

In a large business, a bookkeeper may work in the accounting department, keeping accurate records of financial transactions and assisting accountants. In a small business setting, the role of a bookkeeper may include much more, including preparing tax forms, handling payroll duties, and preparing reports for the business owner or manager. A certificate from one of these bookkeeping schools in Wisconsin covers general accounting practices, financial records, accounting software, payroll, tax forms, and financial statements. A Certified Bookkeeper (CB) has completed two years of full time employment and passed an exam. Certification is overseen by the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers.

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