Accounting for Non-Accountants

Tricia Utley
CWE New Hampshire
Resource Partner event

The numbers tell a story; do you know how to read it? Join us to learn how! In this workshop, we will tackle your business's financials statements and what they can do for you as you run your business.  

In this workshop, participants will learn:

  •  How to read and understand basic financial statements
  •  How to use the numbers to make well informed operational decisions

Language: English

Pre-Registration required. Follow the link to register and meeting details will be emailed to you. This is a live interactive workshop. There is no replay.


This is a live Zoom workshop. There will be no replay. Once you have registered via the sign up link, instructions to join will be sent.

Instructor: Kari Beebe 

Kari is a business specialist with over a decade of experience and was an early adopter of the QuickBooks Online product. She provides bookkeeping, payroll and profit solutions for small businesses. Outside of the office she enjoys tennis, hiking and woodworking.

Cost: Sliding scale $0-$50 See Below for Registration/Payment Policies

Registration and Fees: 

CWE is pleased to offer a sliding scale pricing system across our region. You choose to pay what feels right to you, no questions asked. We have moved away from the scholarship model to the sliding pay scale model in order to bring more equity into our pricing model. We know that scholarship applications rarely reflect the true economic situation of our clients and that as our client, you are the best judge of your economic situation. We trust you to make the choice that best reflects your ability to pay.  

We encourage you to use this as an opportunity to take stock of your financial resources, your privilege and how that has affected your ability to pay. Some things that might make you consider paying less on our scale include; carrying significant debt, caring for dependents (children, parents, family members, etc), experiencing discrimination in hiring, being a member of a historically marginalized group, or being eligible for public assistance. Some things that might make you consider paying more on our scale include:home ownership, expendable income, family wealth, orhigher education. With that said, don’t over think it, please just choose the level that resonates with you.  

What matters most to us is your active participation in the CWE community and feedback on your experience.   

Description of Each Level  

  • You might choose the Supporting Communities ticket level if you are having trouble making ends meet, receiving public assistance or accessing safety net programs, are a resource partner, or feel you could not participate at another ticket level.  

  • You might choose the Disrupting Industries ticket level if you are at the formation or start up stage of your business and are starting to make sales, if you are meeting your basic financial needs, or if you feel like you are able to support CWE’s mission at this ticket price. 

  • You might choose the Making Waves ticket level if you are at a growth stage of your business, if you are meeting more than your basic financial needs, or if you feel like you are able to support CWE’s mission at this ticket price.  

  • You might choose the Lifting Up The World ticket level if you are in the development or expansion stage of the business, you are meeting more than your basic financial needs, or if you feel like you are ready to give to the CWE community in a way that allows us to offer these opportunities to all clients, regardless of ability to pay.