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Receiving Payments In QuickBooks Online

It’s perhaps one of your favorite activities in QuickBooks Online: recording money that comes in. Are you doing it right?

Working in a desktop version of QuickBooks?  Check out this blog post instead.

Your days of matching paper checks to paper invoices are over. QuickBooks Online excels at keeping your accounts receivable organized. No more digging through piles of forms and hand-stamping PAID on your customer bills and statements. No more trying to write small enough in your register so you can identify the origins of deposits.

OUT OF THE BOX TECHNOLOGY's Director of IT, Chad Lampton delivers some of his tech secrets, short cuts, and need to knows to keep you working efficiently and effectively. You don't want to miss this one!

How to Prepare For A Computer Crash

It’s a fear that everyone has that works with QuickBooks.  What do I do if my computer crashes?  All your company’s information, financials, customer information, and product information is contained in your company file and losing that could be very detrimental to a company.  Fortunately, there are safeguards you can take to prepare for a worst-case scenario

Jaw Dropping Speech | Keynote Rich Preece | Scaling New Heights 2017 Orlando

Keynote by Rich Preece at Scaling New Heights 2017 in Orlando. Here is a recap for those who missed out. Let us know what speeches you found to be the most valuable in the comments below!

Here is what our team that attended the conference took away from this truly relevant and eye opening speech about the future of the financial accounting industry and QuickBooks.

Understanding types of Accounting Fraud Identify potential suspects Understand red flags Learn how to minimize risk for your clients Explore real examples

How to Keep Your QuickBooks Data Safe

You work hard to make sure your QuickBooks data is accurate. Make sure it’s safe, too.

Your QuickBooks company file contains some of the most sensitive information on your computer. You may have your customers’ credit card numbers and your employees’ Social Security numbers saved inside. An intruder who captured all that data could create tremendous problems for you and a lot of other people.

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