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We are thrilled to welcome back TSheets for another demonstration of their product. Named one of Intuit's Top Ten Best New Apps in 2017 and later aquired by Intuit, TSheets is a solution you don't want to miss out on. Come hear...
You don’t need to be a car repair shop or an HVAC technician to present prospects and customers with estimates. In fact, there may be many times when an unexpected estimate–or bid, or proposal–will land you a job you didn’t necessarily expect.
Tracking time is never easy. That's why TSheets is here to make it simple. This free webinar gives an in depth look at TSheets software and how it can help your company easily track time on any device so you can save thousands each year by streamlining your payroll and...
Last month, we learned about getting QuickBooks ready for time-tracking by activating it in Preferences and creating a record for a service item. This month, the focus is on using that record in the two different ways you will be using it in QuickBooks: to pay employees for their hourly work and to bill customers for services.
When you sell a product to a customer, you know it. It goes away, and your inventory count in QuickBooks is reduced by one. This tracking helps you know what is selling and what is not, and it signals when a reorder is due.
Payroll introduces another layer of complexity within small business accounting. Beyond ensuring your employees are paid on time, you’re also responsible for managing employee benefits and payroll taxes.
How many steps does your Intuit QuickBooks payroll take? Right around . . . 35? From receiving and organizing timesheet data to calculating overtime and verifying deductions, rates and withholdings, 35 steps is what the average process adds up to thirty-five steps of pure . . . fun.
What if you could eliminate a whopping 32 QuickBooks Payroll steps? The good news is, there’s no “what if” about it: You can simplify and streamline payroll to an average three easy steps with TSheets. There’s no need to dread payroll a moment longer.