We understand life happens rapidly; the same thing occurs in business. We have to address what’s in front of us. Some of us had encountered this, which prevented us from participating in one of our recent Technology Tuesdays – in real-time.
Our Technology Tuesday webinars often feature offerings and features from partners; and this past Technology Tuesday was no different. We got to see what Gusto could provide users of a variety of accounting software platforms – in the realm of Payroll and HR management.
Tech Tuesdays is a complimentary webinar series featuring services and products we provide, here at Out of the Box Technology. We have a collection of webinars also featuring partners who provide third-party applications/add-ons for QuickBooks products – whether for QuickBooks Desktop or QuickBooks Online.
We are so excited to have been made a part of this, enabling us to provide a more diverse content offering.
I got the opportunity to view past Tech Tuesdays, which make me especially excited to attend the Quarterly Updates for Recur360 – next week. Sit back and enjoy this look back on two I got to view, perhaps providing a glimpse of what you can expect with Tech Tuesdays – moving forward.
The week has its ways of flashing before our very eyes. One of these is the realization only a few days remain to vote for the Top 100 ProAdvisors! Here’s what you need to know to make sure you meet the deadline – either as a voter, or a nominee.
A recent teleconference with Avalara reminded attendees the Sales Tax world is still an elusive target, since the Wayfair Inc. Supreme Court Decision. As businesses try to keep up with its effects, more states are enacting new legislation coinciding with new allowances to collect sales tax from sellers who conduct business in their state – without a physical presence therein. As of this writing, there is a host of states still deliberating over enacting specific legislation affecting marketplaces.
Like QuickBooks Loan Manager, setting up QuickBooks Fixed Asset Manager in QuickBooks Desktop takes care and time. You need the right details for each item, in order to properly add them to your QuickBooks company file. Part of the care taken involves populating your Fixed Asset Item List as thoroughly...
Much of the work you do in QuickBooks is short-term. You send an invoice and it gets paid. Your purchase order is fulfilled, and the products move into your inventory. You run payrolls and submit their related taxes and other payments.
Whether your accounting tasks are done on a single PC or you have multiple users working on different screens, it’s critical you make use of all that QuickBooks offers in terms of internal controls to tighten data security.
QuickBooks Desktop has progressively responded to evolving threats. It has been working on compatibility with multiple Antivirus solutions. It also has included Multi-Factor Authentication as a means of validating users, in accessing certain aspects of QuickBooks Desktop. To learn more about using MFA, review our article on account security. Less often discussed, though, is the existing reports and tools already in QuickBooks Desktop.
There may be times when using QuickBooks that you find you’ll need to update some piece of data across many different items, customers, or vendors. Or maybe you’re doing some “spring cleaning” and want to inactivate some list elements you no longer use. In this post, we’ll go over two methods that can help you update large swaths of list information without updating each element by hand, saving you time and effort.