Why You Should Be Using Mobile Apps with QuickBooks Intuit discontinued its own QuickBooks mobile app a while back, but there’s still plenty of processing power available for your smartphone or tablet. In days gone by, running a company was a 40 hour per week proposition. You might have taken work home some evenings or gone into the office on weekends. Those days are over, thanks to the internet and mobile technology. This fundamental change
Using Statements in QuickBooks: The Basics Most small businesses use invoices for billing customers. But there are times when you may want to send statements instead of – or in addition to – invoices. One of the more enjoyable parts of your job is probably sending invoices to your customers to bill for products and/or services is probably one of the more enjoyable parts of your job – second only to recording payments received. Thanks
Rebound into a Brand New Year! Close out Your Books and Hit the Ground Running 2011 is weeks away. Can you believe a whole year went by? Closing out your financial statements for the year before you launch into the next one is as important as packing your bags before a vacation. Hitting the ground running when you start the new year with all the details handled will mean you won’t have to dig for statements and add
QuickBooks Tip The help option in QuickBooks is extremely useful and there are topics that some users have a hard time finding. One is merging two accounts. Many times people will create an account that is very similar to one they have already been using. Here is the explanation from QuickBooks on to merge two accounts into one. Situations where you can’t merge an account You can’t merge more than two accounts at a time.
Purchase Discounts While doing accounts payable have you ever wondered how much money you would save if you paid the invoice in time to take the discount? Or do you take the discount when you can? A good way to track discounts is to record missed discounts in a Purchased Discount Loss account using the net-price method. Your company receives and invoice for $2,000.00 with a credit term of 2/10, n/30. Under the net price