Intuit will be hosting free CPE-credited training sessions starting next week for tax and accounting professionals to explain new features in its QuickBooks Premier Accountant 2010, ProLine Solution, and Lacerte products.
Accounting and tax professionals can choose to attend an in-person, live seminar in various cities or learn via webinars and on-demand, e-learning courses from Intuit Academy.
The free, nationwide training tour offers three sessions:
* 2010 What's New for Accounting Professionals from Intuit ProLine focuses on the new and enhanced features and capabilities included in QuickBooks Premier Accountant 2010.
* Innovation for Accounting outlines the technology trends affecting accounting professionals and their small business clients. It also highlights the latest Web-based offerings from Intuit for accounting professionals, including Accountant Work Exchange, Intuit Marketplace and Workplace, ProLine Tax Online Edition and ProLine Advanced Trial Balance.
* The 2009 Lacerte Annual Update Seminar explains the annual updates to Lacerte that help tax professionals be more productive, as well as updates to tax law and e-filing.
The sessions take place Oct. 26, 2009 Jan. 28, 2010. The live seminars will be held in several cities, including: Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, New York, Orlando, Sacramento, San Diego, San Jose, Calif., Seattle, Secaucus, N.J., and Westlake Village, Calif.
For more information, visit http://learn.intuit.com/learncenter.asp?sessionid=3-1CB9B19F-3050-4B72-BDA2-B81B0F97FB25&id=178421&page=44. Those who register in advance will receive CPE credits for each course attended.
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