For small business owners time is one asset that there can never be enough of. In addition to the day job – the bit that actually brings in the money – there are plenty of little side jobs that can eat into the day. Sometimes, often in fact, these also eat into the evening and the weekend. This is a fact that employed friends rarely [...]
Statements in QuickBooks
How do you let customers know they owe you money? Probably by sending invoices. And if your customers are conscientious and pay on time, that might be all you need.
But it might be helpful to do at least part of your billing by dispatching statements. These forms do have their drawbacks. For example, you canR [...]
I wanted to let you know first that on September 13th Intuit announced the release date for its newest version, QuickBooks 2011, which includes several new features that will help small business owners find data when they need it, perform everyday tasks and access business information remotely.
According to Intuit, the software goes on [...]
If there’s one application that you don’t want compromised by a security breach, it’s the one that contains all of your financial information. Recognizing that, Intuit has built a number of security features into QuickBooks that are designed to safeguard your debits and credits.
Tip: QuickBooks integrates with Microsof [...]
Every QuickBooks upgrade has something for everyone, but some releases raise the bar more than others. QuickBooks 2010 is one of them. New features in the Pro and Premier versions help you:
Keep a closer eye on your bottom line
Present a more polished image
Better manage documents
Stay in touch with old and new customers