If you’re using QuickBooks Desktop 2015, access to important add-on services will stop working as of May 31st, 2018. You can prevent your essential add-on services from becoming obsolete by upgrading to QuickBooks Desktop 2018.Read More
Creating Reports in QuickBooks, Part 2
Last month, we discussed QuickBooks’ report Preferences and The Report Center. We’ll look at report customization this month.Read More
QuickBooks provides multiple ways to get information about your customers, and their payments, and your company itself. The software’s Snapshots provide quick, thorough overviews.Read More
Accounting is about more than just numbers. QuickBooks lets you make documents and incredible reports available from within the program itself!Read More
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Use tax, the lesser known counterpart of sales tax, suffers from a basic lack of PR. Buyers and sellers alike pay it no mind. Despite 27 states having a dedicated line item in tax returns for reporting use tax owed, only 2% of taxpayers actually report it. This has left the states with a $23 billion deficit annually in uncollected use tax.
Last Fall, Intuit introduced the QuickBooks Enterprise Subscription Model that alters the way businesses will be paying for their QuickBooks Enterprise licenses. This move has stirred up a bit of confusion amongst many QuickBooks users, since it sounds like a more massive change than it really is. To help answer some of the questions you may be having, here are some of the more important things you need to know about this change.Read More
Questions for your Accountant? This new feature in QuickBooks 2015 makes communicating easy.
Asking your bookkeeper or accountant questions about your financial reports in QuickBooks just got a whole lot easier, starting with QuickBooks 2015. The new “Comments on Reports” feature lets you and your accountant ask each other questions right inside your report, right where you have a question, and on the exact line(s) of the report you want to start a dialogue. Here's how it works:Read More
Today, at the beginning of the QuickBooks Accounting Virtual Conference, Intuit announced the release of QuickBooks 2015. This latest edition of the popular line of accounting software was launched in conjunction with an online training conference for over 5,000 QuickBooks Consultants. The 2-day virtual conference will give Consultants and ProAdvisors the opportunity to learn from some of the leading QuickBooks training instructors, and will cover all of the new features available in the different versions of QuickBooks 2015.Read More
Businesses Using QuickBooks Payments Will Receive New PIN Pads For Free
Intuit has announced that, beginning at the end of August 2014, a PIN pad swap out will start for businesses using QuickBooks Payments and Intuit Point of Sale hardware. This program will continue over a 2-3 month period and is provided free-of-cost to Intuit customers. Although there are no reported problems or issues with the current PIN pad hardware being used by small businesses, Intuit will be proactively swapping out devices to make sure businesses have PIN pads that are compatible with other improvements and upgrades being made to merchant solutions in the coming months and years.Read More
Intuit's Annual QuickBooks Sunset
Each year in May, Intuit officially “sunsets” older versions of QuickBooks software, specifically versions more than three years old. What this means is that Intuit support is discontinued for these products, including technical support as well as add-on services such as Payroll, Credit Card Processing, QuickBooks Email, and Online Banking.Read More
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