Top Considerations When Setting Up a New Green Energy Company on QuickBooks

December 11th, 2013, Noon - 1:00PM

Webinar Presented by Rodman & Rodman, CPA “Green Team”

Setting up a new company in QuickBooks can be challenging enough, but if you’re in the clean energy industry, there are a number of additional items to think about and begin tracking to meet requirements for grant qualifications, financing, SRECs and other tax credits, financial reporting, and accelerated depreciation schedules. Proper setup of your QuickBooks system can be crucial to your ability to qualify for financing, or for investment tax credits against future income.

Kathy Parker, CPA, MST
QuickBooks Certified Advanced ProAdvisor
Rodman & Rodman, CPAs
Leah Schlegelmilch, CPA
QuickBooks Certified Advanced ProAdvisor
Rodman & Rodman, CPAs

Kathy Parker and Leah Schlegelmilch are QuickBooks Certified Advanced ProAdvisors and members of the Rodman & Rodman “Green Team,” one of New England’s fastest growing specialty accounting practices serving clients in clean energy. Kathy and Leah will conduct a one-hour workshop on optimizing QuickBooks for companies in clean energy and energy-efficiency. This workshop does not require advanced accounting training, and is designed for current QuickBooks users as well as for startup companies that are considering QuickBooks.

In this workshop you'll learn:

  • Key considerations when deciding whether to keep your books on GAAP versus tax basis
  • Tracking and recording construction and development related costs, for both business owners and developers
  • Considerations when recording complex equity and debt activity
  • Budgeting and tracking of projects

If you’re an early-stage clean energy company currently using or considering QuickBooks as your accounting system, you don’t want to miss this webinar.

To Register, please click here.

We look forward to you joining us on the webinar !