Now that you have your sales taxes set up, you'll be able to use them in transactions and reports. Last month, we talked about the process of
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,
Creating Product and Service Records in QuickBooks Online
QuickBooks Online is good at managing and tracking inventory – as long as you’ve created thorough records. When you first started your business,
Paying Bills in QuickBooks®: The Basics
The time-consuming part’s over once you’ve entered bills in QuickBooks®. Here’s how to pay them. Last month, we explained that the process of
Issuing Credit Memos and Refunds in QuickBooks
You’re accustomed to money going in a certain direction, but sometimes you have to pay your customers. Here’s how it’s done. QuickBooks is very
The Life of an Estimate in QuickBooks Online
Estimates-or quotes, or bids-are useful tools when you’re pitching a sale of products or services. Here’s how QuickBooks Online handles them.
Using QuickBooks’ Bill Tracker
If your business pays a lot of bills, you need an efficient system for staying current with them. QuickBooks’ Bill Tracker provides that.
Need Advanced Time-Tracking? Connect QuickBooks Online to An App
You can track the hours employees work in QuickBooks Online. But if your time-tracking needs are complex enough, you’ll need an integrated app.
How to Apply Finance Charges in QuickBooks
You may hate to have to do it, but assessing finance charges for late payments may improve your overall cash flow. There are a myriad of ways to