It’s important to maintain good relationships with your vendors and suppliers. QuickBooks helps you track your interaction with them.Read More
Invoices not being paid promptly? Customers questioning their payment history? Create statements.
Let’s say you have a regular customer who used to pay on time, but he’s been hit-and-miss lately. How do you get him caught up?
Or, one of your customers thinks she’s paid you more than she owes. How do you straighten out this account?Read More
Attention manufacturers & wholesalers, and anyone using QuickBooks barcode scanning this article is for you! The QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise Platinum Edition with Advanced Inventory provides you with flexibility to track and fulfill orders how you want to. With the ability to prioritize inventory, split orders, and add inventory, which automatically syncs with QuickBooks, you can pick and track orders to see where you stand in real-time. Check out the overview and explainer videos below, download our white paper and check out our upcoming events.Read More
Whether you’re getting a vendor credit for a refund or a return, you can record it in QuickBooks Online.
When you’re dealing with your company’s vendors, you’re probably accustomed to money flowing in one direction: theirs. Maybe you send them purchase orders and they send you invoices. Or they send you bills and you pay them. Or you walk into a store and buy something your business needs.Read More
QuickBooks provides numerous ways to learn about your company’s health. Income Tracker is one of the most effective.
You can get an enormous amount of useful information from QuickBooks’ reports – especially if you customize them to isolate the precise data you want. Reports included with the software range from the very simple, like Open Invoices, to output that’s exceptionally complex, like Trial Balance and Profit & Loss.Read More
They’re not as commonly used as invoices. But if you need them, they’re there.
When you want to document sales that you can’t (or won’t) fulfill immediately, but you plan to do so in the future, you can’t create an invoice just yet. This is where sales orders come in.Read More
Even if you’ve been using QuickBooks Online for a long time, it’s good to step back and evaluate your actions.
“Best practices” aren’t enforceable rules. They’re simply guidelines businesses commonly follow in one area or another. If you’re in retail, for example, one best practice might be to always ask customers checking out if they found everything they were looking for. This serves two purposes: It conveys a feeling of concern for the customer’s shopping experience, and it may also lead to increased sales.Read More
Online banking may get all the headlines, but a lot of small businesses still prefer paper checks. QuickBooks can accommodate them.
“I don’t write checks anymore,” you hear a lot of people say these days. Debit cards, smartphone payment apps, and online banking have replaced the old paper checkbook for a lot of consumers.Read More
It’s perhaps one of your favorite activities in QuickBooks Online: recording money that comes in. Are you doing it right?Read More
Have you ever been working in your company file only to find out that you cannot locate a transaction that you have previously entered? Here are some steps you can follow to check and see if you can locate those missing transactions.Read More