Before you start entering data, make sure QuickBooks is set up appropriately for your company.
QuickBooks was designed to serve the needs of millions of small businesses. To do that, it had to include the tools and processes suitable for a wide variety of companies. But Intuit recognized that every organization is unique, so your copy of QuickBooks can be customized in ways that make it work best for you.
Like every business owner, running your company keeps you busy and you thrive on being busy. Focusing on growth goals for 2017, organizing your tax reporting and tax prep meetings with your CPA currently have you going in numerous directions.
That said, it’s simply not optional to forego paying your employees or your required tax obligations. Do you find yourself asking if your payroll process could be completed more efficiently every pay period?
The following options may seem obvious to some, but each present the opportunity for a change that made early in a new fiscal year, you could potentially eliminate your payroll headaches all year long and make year-end a breeze!
Not finding quite everything you need in QuickBooks Online? Here are some handy add-on apps available.
QuickBooks Online may work for you just fine as is. After all, it was designed to meet the needs of the millions of small businesses that want to manage and track their income and expenses, create records and transactions, and run reports to gauge their financial health.
In a previous column, we talked about setting up bills in QuickBooks Online. Now it’s time to pay them.
We recently laid out the benefits of using QuickBooks Online for bill entry and payment. It’s faster than manual methods. It leaves an electronic record of your accounts payable. And it helps ensure that bills are paid accurately and on time.
QuickBooks 2017 just launched, and business professionals everywhere are wondering: “Is it worth the upgrade?” Here at Out Of The Box Technology we’ve broken down some of the new and improved features so that you can get a taste of what’s different before making that crucial buying decision.