Can you determine who owes you money—and how much—in just a few seconds? QuickBooks Online can. Find out how here.Read More
QuickBooks Online’s Chart of Accounts is the “framework” of your accounting. If you don’t understand what its purpose is, we can show you.Read More
QuickBooks Online’s time-tracking capabilities only go so far.
If you need more than it offers, ask us about the many integrated add-on apps now available.Read More
Do you know about all of QuickBooks Online’s settings? What you’re missing may be important.
Whether you’re new to QuickBooks Online, or you’ve been using it for a while, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with these important preferences.Read More
Estimates—or quotes, or bids—are useful tools when you’re pitching a sale of products or services. Here’s how QuickBooks Online handles them.Read More
Does your business do work for clients over weeks or months?
Consider using QuickBooks Online’s progress invoicing.Read More
It’s a gig economy. QuickBooks Online makes it easy to track and pay independent contractors.
If you’re thinking of hiring a freelancer to do some of your work, you’ll find that QuickBooks Online can accommodate your accounting needs for them nicely.Read More
You have few chances to interact directly with your customers. Make sure your QuickBooks Online sales forms convey the image you and your brand deserves.Read More
Did you know when you take a picture of a receipt using QuickBooks Online’s mobile app, it appears as an attachment in that expense record in your desktop version? Have you downloaded and explored QuickBooks Online’s iOS or Android mobile app? There’s a lot you can do away from the office. Let us show you how.Read More
Did you resolve to grow your understanding of QuickBooks Online in 2019? We can help you explore new features.Read More
QuickBooks Online guesses at how imported transactions should be categorized. You should be checking these carefully and changing incorrect ones.
If your company’s transaction volume is especially high, you may want to create Bank Rules to help process them quickly. Ask us how to do this successfully.Read More
Form 1099-MISC is called Miscellaneous Income because it is a catch-all form that covers many types of income.Read More
If you’re new to QuickBooks Online, there’s a lot you need to understand about dealing with downloaded transactions out the gate. Let us help. When you download transactions into QuickBooks Online, the site sometimes automatically “matches” them to existing entries. We're here to explain and help you navigate this.Read More
Making the decision to become self-employed or a business owner can be very empowering. Taking the plunge can be ultimately financially rewarding but part of shifting from employee to business owner involves taking responsibility for yourself and your business.Read More
I’ve had the opportunity to attend several national conventions this year presented by various industries in addition to smaller conferences in my area. And it has struck me that while the organizations function in diverse spaces the messages presented have all touched on a few central themes….Read More
One of the most significant impacts to small businesses under the 2018 Tax Cuts and Job Act [TCJA] relates to the changes to the Meals and Entertainment Deduction categories.Read More
We regularly field questions about Estimated Taxes from our clients. When are they required to pay, how much should they pay, what triggers the obligation.Read More
Even when everything is going great, running a business is no easy task. As a business owner, you need to wear many hats, and you need to be infinitely flexible and ready for anything.Read More