It’s one of your more pleasant tasks as a QuickBooks user: receiving payments from customers. Here’s how it works.
QuickBooks was designed to make your daily accounting tasks easier, faster, and more accurate. If you’ve been using the software for a while, you’ve probably found that to be true. Some chores, of course, aren’t so enjoyable. Like paying bills. Reconciling your bank account. Or anything else that has the potential to reduce the balance in your checking accounts.
The process of receiving customer payments is one of your more enjoyable responsibilities. You supplied a product or service that someone liked and purchased, and you’re getting the money due you.
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Please be advised that Monday May 29th is Memorial Day. This may affect Payrolls that you are responsible for. How will Memorial Day (Monday, May 29, 2017) affect my direct deposit?QuickBooks Payroll will not process direct deposits on Monday, May 29, 2017 due to the Federal Reserve Bank's observance of...
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