Q. What is the salary for a bookkeeping role?
A. Bookkeepers have a median salary of $40,240 per year¹ and job growth is projected to remain steady in the next several years.
Q. What can I do with a Bookkeeping certification?
A. Bookkeepers who work for multiple firms may visit their clients’ places of business. They often work independently in offices, but sometimes they collaborate with accountants, managers and auditing clerks from other departments, working in fields such as science, retail, wholesale, healthcare, insurance and more.
Q. How much does a Bookkeeping program cost?
A. We keep our program costs low so you can keep your goals within reach! We offer discounts and customized payment plans with 0% interest. Visit our tuition page for the most current tuition information.
Q. Is the Bookkeeping program from Penn Foster accredited?
A. Penn Foster Career School has been thoroughly reviewed and has earned several important accreditations, certifications and licensing. Most importantly, Penn Foster Career School is both regionally and nationally accredited by the DEAC. You can find more accreditation details on our Program Details page.
Q. What bookkeeping skills will I learn in this course?
A. Skills covered in the Penn Foster Bookkeeping Program include financial reporting, assets and end-of-month activities, basics of Excel® and Quickbooks, accounting, revenue, expenses, and trial balances, inventory and payroll, liabilities and owner’s equity, and more.
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