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How to Enter Bills in QuickBooks

You may have noticed recently that business bill-paying is undergoing a transition. While some paper bills still come via the U.S. Mail, you may also be getting some of those bills via email. Sometimes, you might get a reminder email, but then must go to the...

Getting Ready for Payroll in QuickBooks Online

Payroll is probably the most complex element of small business accounting. Not only are you directly responsible to your employees, but you also have to make sure you are handling everything related to benefits and payroll taxes correctly. Whether you are switching...

Memorizing Transactions in QuickBooks

Your accounting work involves a lot of repetition. You send invoices. Pay bills. Create purchase orders. Generate payroll checks and submit payroll taxes. Some of the time, you only fill out those transaction forms once. You might be doing a one-time purchase, like...

Anatomy of a QuickBooks Inventory Item

When you started your business, maybe you were able to keep track of your inventory by peering in the closet or your garage. As it grew, that simply took too long. But you became tired of running out of stock because you didn’t have time to constantly check its...

Creating Reports in QuickBooks, Part 2

QuickBooks is a faster, safer, and more accurate method of doing your bookkeeping than using a manual system is. Still, you may occasionally tire of your daily tasks and wonder what all of these forms and records mean in terms of your overall financial...

Creating Reports in QuickBooks, Part 1

Reports are your reward for all that hard work you put in entering records and transactions in QuickBooks. Sure, you can always find individual invoices, sales receipts, and customers by using the software’s search tools, but in order to make smart business...