Dealing with Deposits in QuickBooks

Where do the payments you receive in QuickBooks go? The software provides tools for managing deposits. Recording payments, whether they come in to comply with an invoice you sent or are issued as sales receipts, is one of the more satisfying tasks you do in QuickBooks. The sales cycle is almost complete, and you’re about to have more money in …

Setting Up Sales Taxes in QuickBooks, Part 1

If your business is required to collect and pay sales taxes, you can use QuickBooks’ tools to help you meet those obligations. Next to payroll, state sales taxes represent probably the most complex element of your accounting tasks. QuickBooks can help with the mechanics, but there’s a lot you need to learn before you can start charging and paying them. …

Considering Enterprise? What you need to know.

Selecting the right software for your company needs is very important. We help our clients select the right software to help them reduce their costs and make their business more efficient. These are some of the things to consider when creating your new QuickBooks Enterprise Company data file so that you are not missing anything. Step 1: Where to BEGIN? …

9 QuickBooks Best Practices for Payments

They’re not carved in stone, but accounting professionals tend to agree that these guidelines can improve the speed and accuracy of your payments – both incoming and outgoing — through QuickBooks. Old habits are hard to break. Once you start doing something one way, it can be hard to change course. There has to be a reward, a reason for …

Receiving Payments from Customers in QuickBooks

Depending on the situation, there’s more than one way to record a payment in QuickBooks. Here are your options. There are undoubtedly some QuickBooks tasks that are more enjoyable than others. It’s no fun paying bills, for example, and making collection calls on unpaid invoices can be downright unpleasant. But you probably don’t mind recording payments after all of your …