Your QuickBooks
Mastery Starts Here

This course was created to simplify QuickBooks for business owners. QuickBooks is a powerful tool f or business growth that many business owners don't know how to effectively use. Trying to navigate QuickBooks alone is understandably overwhelming for most, but in this course everything is broken down into easily digestible video modules that are easy to follow along and implement. Here's what you'll learn:

  • Creating your QBO account

  • Connecting your business account to QBO

  • Creating revenue and expense categories for tracking your bank activity

  • Classifying your bank activity and reconciling your bank account

  • Invoicing and getting paid by your clients

  • Running and customizing reports that will give you a clear picture of how your business is doing: profitability, revenue growth, unpaid invoices, and much more

  • Collecting and tracking sales taxes from your customers if using QBO for invoicing your clients

Master QuickBooks and Learn at Your Own Pace


Step-by-step video course

Business owners tell me all the time that trying to understand QuickBooks is like learning Morse code - very intimidating and something they're not necessarily excited about. As a CPA I live and breathe QuickBooks, and I am here to tell you that not only is it a powerful tool for your business, but that you can learn to love it and use it effectively for your growth. That's why I created this course. 

I'm Ramona Cedeno, the CEO of FiBrick, a small but mighty accounting firm based in Manhattan. I have been a practicing CPA for over 20 years, and I love helping entrepreneurs build scalable powerhouse companies.

Let me show you step-by-step how to make QuickBooks work for you for only $397.
Ramona Cedeno a CPA and accountant is looking at the camera and smiling

and as bonus...

You'll also learn how to get more visibility into the true financial performance of your business to increase your profits and growth with:

  • Using reports from QBO to estimate your tax liabilities

  • Using contractors payment information to prepare forms 1099

  • Creating journal entries to gross up revenue for merchant fees or split loan payments between principal and interest