Category Archives: QuickBooks

Use QuickBooks’ Tools – and Common Sense Procedures – To Prevent Financial Fraud

You work hard for your money. Strong internal controls can keep it from disappearing unnecessarily. You trust your employees or you wouldn’t have hired them. That’s what everyone says as they watch a valued staff member being hauled off in … Continue reading

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QuickBooks Email Scam Contains Virus

A new email circulating purports to be from Intuit and claims that “you will not be able to access your Intuit QuickBooks” without an updated security tool. Here is a screen capture of that email: The email contains a link … Continue reading

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Modifying QuickBooks Reports Gives You Better Insight Into Past, Future: Part 1

If you make one resolution about improving your accounting procedures in 2012, it should be this: Make extensive use of the tools that QuickBooks offers for report modification. Comprehensive, meticulously-shaped reports that flow out of your carefully-constructed records and transactions … Continue reading

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Customer Refunds: Are You Doing Them Right in QuickBooks?

Refunds. You probably wince at the word. Some – like customer refunds for returns – are fairly uncomplicated, thanks to QuickBooks’ tools. Others, not so much. You may find yourself unable to balance your accounts receivable. There are numerous scenarios … Continue reading

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QuickBooks Tips And Tricks: Make it Yours

No matter which version of QuickBooks you’re using, there are always ways to make your workday easier. As with any software, we tend to learn the features we need and not much more. But small changes in the way you operate can add up to significant time savings and more accurate files. Continue reading

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Use QuickBooks to Increase Cash Flow

Well, the taxes are paid (hopefully) for the 2009 tax year, and you’re a third of the way into 2010. How’s your cash flow doing this year? If tax payments caught you short, you may be scrambling to build a … Continue reading

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