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How to Setup User Access in QuickBooks

How to Setup User Access in QuickBooks

Will multiple employees be working with your QuickBooks company file? You’ll need to define their permission levels.

So, you want to know how to setup user access in QuickBooks? If your bookkeeping was ever done manually, then one thing is for sure… You probably did not allow every employee to see every sales form, account register, and payroll stub. Most likely, you have established a system that allowed staff to work only with information that related to their jobs. For instance, there may be times when someone pulls the wrong file folder and sends a report containing confidential information. So now that you understand why this is so important, let’s get on with how to setup user access in QuickBooks.

QuickBooks helps prevent this by setting virtual boundaries. You can specify which features of the software is accessible by employees who work with your accounting data. Each employee receives a unique user name and password that unlocks only the areas he or she should be visiting.

To help minimize errors, maintain data integrity, and preserve confidentiality, QuickBooks lets you restrict users to designated areas in the software.

How to Add Documents in QuickBooks

How to Add Documents in QuickBooks

Accounting is about more than just numbers. QuickBooks lets you make documents available from within the program itself.

You could call QuickBooks a “green” computer program. It can conserve reams of paper by storing customer and vendor records, for example, emailing transaction forms, and accepting online payments.

Most small businesses are a long way from being “paperless offices,” despite the predictions so many people made when PCs became commonplace. Even though you’re making an effort to be as digital as possible with your accounting files, not everyone else is yet. So you still have to deal with paper.

And you’re probably still consulting paper documents, stored computer files, or scanned images that relate to your accounting data. QuickBooks makes it possible to keep this information close at hand, easily accessible from the software itself. With this article, “How to Add Documents in QuickBooks,” you’ll be keeping this information close at hand in no time!

3 of the Most Common Issues with QuickBooks (And How to Fix them)

Here are 3 of the most common issues with QuickBooks, and how to fix them! But, why would you need this resource? Well, as you already know, QuickBooks is a vital business tool. It helps businesses manage their money, pay bills, and employees.

The accounting software has become a standard for those who seek a simple means of tracking their business.

You can run it on your business or home computers. Alternatively, you could use the online option, QuickBooks Online.

Small and mid-sized businesses value the tool because it handles several bookkeeping tasks automatically, making it easier to run businesses.

Furthermore, you can customize it to fit your business needs. It’s specifically designed to be adaptable and flexible to a wide array of small businesses.

Nevertheless, the application is somewhat complex. Occasionally, these complexities can result in a few minor issues. So, without further ado, here are 3 of the most common issues with QuickBooks, and how to fix them!

These days, some of us find ourselves updating multiple calendars. There's the Outlook calendar or other web-based solution for scheduling and task management. Or, maybe a smartphone app to track a "to-do" on the road with a paper calendar as backup. But where do you keep track of your everyday financial tasks? Including these in your scheduling calendars and/or task lists will make for very crowded screens, not to mention how inconvenient it can be to keep switching between applications. Consider adding one more tracking tool: the QuickBooks Calendar.

QuickBooks Calendar – How It Helps Your Business

These days, some of us find ourselves updating multiple calendars. There’s the Outlook calendar or other web-based solution for scheduling and task management. Or, maybe a smartphone app to track a “to-do” on the road with a paper calendar as backup. But where do you keep track of your everyday financial tasks? Including these in your scheduling calendars and/or task lists will make for very crowded screens, not to mention how inconvenient it can be to keep switching between applications. Consider adding one more tracking tool: the QuickBooks Calendar.

QuickBooks Portable File – Restoring Company Letters

Last time, we covered how to create and send a portable file in QuickBooks Desktop; and how to restore it when called upon. We also discussed what is brought in, and what is not, when a portable file is restored. Though addressing the restoration of items not brought in is initially daunting, knowing where things are located mitigates this. We will cover restoring each, on a blog by blog basis – starting with company letters in QuickBooks Desktop.

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