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QuickBooks Invoicing Tag

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.

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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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QuickBooks Pricing Cheat Sheet For Your Business

Is it time to adjust your pricing? Changing the prices of your company’s services and inventory items can solve one of two problems, depending on why you’re looking for a QuickBooks pricing strategy.

Say your vendors have upped their prices. You may choose to increase your affected products (or Inventory Parts in your QuickBooks Item List) to maintain your profit margin, or maybe an item or service has not been moving well. A drop in price might trigger improved sales.

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What Are the New Features of QuickBooks Desktop 2019?

It’s that time of year again. If you’ve been using QuickBooks desktop for a while now, you probably know that new versions of the software typically release each fall. This year is no different, and with the impending release of QuickBooks desktop 2019, Intuit had included several new features that are going to save a lot of us some time and effort.

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.

QuickBooks Lists in Desktop: Your Multiple List Editing Cheat Sheet

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.

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QuickBooks Desktop Payments: The Accounts Receivable Cheat Sheet

To keep your business running smoothly, you need to be able to keep track of your income. To track your income with accuracy and detail, you most likely need to know when, from who, and for what you’re receiving payment. With that in mind, as part of our series on foundations of basic transactions, let’s look at the “Customer Payments” window.

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QuickBooks Desktop Bills: The Accounts Payable Cheat Sheet

Bills in QuickBooks are a transaction reflecting what you owe to a vendor, sometimes referred to outside QuickBooks as vendor invoices. Ensuring complete and accurate entry of bills into QuickBooks can be a huge help in understanding and managing your business’ expenses. Let’s look at some of the basics of entering bills in QuickBooks, and the tools you can use for this process to make your work simpler.

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