When you record an accounting transaction, you need to make a debit to one account and a credit to another. […]
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Are you renting a property or equipment for your business? Accounting for a lease can be tricky given the recent […]
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Quickbooks is a convenient tool for real estate businesses. Since there are many types of businesses in real estate, your […]
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Most companies use credit cards to pay for supplies and services. And as a business owner, you need to know […]
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Time usually feels like a blur after Thanksgiving. With the year coming to a close, it’s time to review your […]
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(And What Happens When You Neglect Those Messy Books) You need to keep a firm handle on your finances. This […]
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Most successful business get to the point when they need to hire their first employee. This is a big step […]
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Whether you sell goods or provide services, you need to keep a record of your customers. Adding new customers in […]
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One of the first steps you need to deal with after setting up your QuickBooks account is to add vendors. A Vendor or Supplier refers to any person or business that provides you with goods or services. It could be your internet provider, your landlord,…
Getting started with Quickbooks Online. We get a lot of visors to our site for this search phrase. This is likely due to customers signing up with Quickbooks, following the tutorial to connect their bank account, and then wondering what they are to d…