Restaurant Accounting and Controls
Space is available, but online registration has closed. Please call 952-831-2707 to register.
Thursday, October 17, 2019
Minnesota Society of CPAs
1650 W 82nd St Ste 600
Bloomington, MN 55431-1458
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Accounting - Technical (8.0)
Restaurant Seminar Institute
Standard member fee
Standard nonmember fee
to receive member fee.
The restaurant industry has unique accounting procedures, pricing techniques and challenges. Strengthen your knowledge and learn the must-know industry insights that will keep your clients or restaurant running efficiently, effectively and profitably. Discover how to get labor costs under control, make smarter purchasing decisions, take advantage of unique restaurant tax deductions, maximize profits in a challenging economy and much more.
This course is also available as a simulcast.
Who should take this program?
CPAs and accountants who advise or work for restaurants, and restaurant owners and managers
How to analyze financial statements to scrutinize profits and losses, determine problem areas and maximize profits
Accounting procedures unique to the restaurant industry
Maintaining profits while dealing with minimum wage increases and the Affordable Care Act (ACA)
Latest food-costing, menu-pricing and labor-saving techniques
Unique daily controls that improve profits immediately
Top 21 ideas for increasing profits
Menu price adjustments for food and labor cost increases
12 financial ratios every restaurant owner needs to know
Seven unique ways to reduce labor costs
Tax deductions specific to restaurants
IRS tip reporting compliance
Employee incentive programs that work
How to detect employee theft
What's new with payment card industry (PCI) compliance
Tips for making the bar more profitable
Understand financial statement information, accounting procedures, cost-management techniques and profit improvement strategies unique to restaurants
NASBA ID#: 139884