Category Archives: Quickbooks

How to Keep Your QuickBooks Data Safe

Your QuickBooks company file contains some of the most sensitive information on your computer. You may have customers' credit card numbers and employees' Social Security numbers. An intruder who captured all that data could create tremendous problems for you and a lot of other people. That's probably the worst-case scenario. But other situations could also…
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Receiving Customer Payments: What are your Options?

QuickBooks was designed to make your daily accounting tasks easier, faster, and more accurate. If you've been using the software for a while, you've probably found that to be true. Some chores, of course, aren't so enjoyable, like paying bills or reconciling your bank account...Or anything else that has the potential to reduce the balance…
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Memorizing Transactions in QuickBooks

Your accounting work involves a lot of repetition. You send invoices. Pay bills. Create purchase orders. Generate payroll checks and submit payroll taxes. Some of the time, you only fill out those transaction forms once. You might be doing a one-time purchase, like paying for some new office furniture. Other times, though, you're paying or…
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Setting Up Users in QuickBooks

Controlling access to your QuickBooks company file is easy when you're a one-person accounting department. You simply use one password to protect your data. But when you add new employees to the mix, do you want them to have access to absolutely everything in QuickBooks? Probably not. You have confidence in your employees or you…
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