The Certified Bookkeeper (CB) credential is a professional certification established by The American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers (AIPB). By successfully passing three separate examinations and signing a written code of ethics, bookkeepers with at least two years of work experience earn the right to put "CB" after their name. The course focuses on preparing you for the national Certified Bookkeeper examination by helping you master the skills and knowledge required for certification, which are as follows: Adjusting entries (accruals & deferrals), correction of accounting errors (includes the bank reconciliation), basic book & tax depreciation, basic payroll-paying wages, withholding,depositing and reporting taxes using the basic forms (W-2,941,940,8109), recording & costing out merchandise inventory Internal controls & fraud prevention. Textbooks: Bundle of 6 workbooks (approx. $233.50). Additional fee (approx. $215) to take the certification exam (2 parts). 8.0 CEUs
Please note: If you do not have two years of recent experience, you are required to take The Bookkeeper course (CEBC 212) first. We recommend QuickBooks 2013 (CECI 642) and QuickBooks Advanced (CECI 643).