Sage One Payroll Bi-Annual Submission e-learning

This comprehensive e-learning course covers the bi-annual submission process from Sage One Payroll to SARS:

 Exporting the tax file.

 Installing SARS e@syFile and importing your tax file.

 Reconciling your bi-annual figures.

 Submitting to SARS.

 Submission period 15 September 2017 to 31 October 2017

E-learning is the favoured self-study learning option which presents the user with a graphic, interactive interface through which to conduct their studies.

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Bookkeeping Fundamentals

 Covers the basic bookkeeping Terms & Concepts

 Shows you how to deal with basic bookkeeping documents

 Free assessment included

E-learning is the favoured self-study learning option which presents the user with a graphic, interactive interface through which to conduct their studies.

Only R1464

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Discovering Excel 2010 e-learning

If you would like to take your basic Excel knowledge to the next level, the Discovering Excel course is for you.  In this course, we will teach you how to not only develop spreadsheets using formulae and function like the SUM and TEXT functions, but we will show you how to format your report for the most professional output and get it “print-ready”. 

 Additionally covered in this course is Conditional Formatting and creating Charts.  Our aim is to ensure you graduate with a comprehensive knowledge of how to make Excel work for you.

Only R650

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Excel on Steroids 2013 e-learning

Whether you're new to Microsoft® Excel® or a regular user, you'll soon realize that it's more than just a grid in which you enter numbers in columns or rows. You can use Excel to find totals for a column or row of numbers, but you can also calculate a mortgage payment, solve math problems, or create a best and worst case scenario based on variable numbers that you plug in. Excel quickly and easily does this by using formulas in cells.

A formula performs calculations or other actions on the data in your worksheet. A formula always starts with an equal sign (=), which can be followed by numbers, math operators (such as a plus or minus sign), and functions, which can really expand the power of a formula.

Only R1550

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