Submitting Payroll Taxes in QuickBooks: The Basics

Once you’ve mastered payroll processing, you’ll have another procedure to learn: submitting payroll taxes. If you’ve been processing payroll manually, you know what a chore it can be to calculate your payroll taxes and stay current with those payments and filings. You also know that if you don’t, you can face some major fines and… Read more »

Depositing Payments in QuickBooks: The Basics

Creating bank deposits manually can be a huge chore. QuickBooks simplifies this task. Satisfying though it may be to enter all of those customer payments manually on a paper deposit slip, it can also be tedious and time-consuming. The more successful in business you are, the more time and care it takes. Whether you accept… Read more »

Clean and Maintain Your QuickBooks Company File

There are a lot of clues that indicate trouble with your QuickBooks company file. Is it time for a check-up and tune-up? It’s not hard to see when your home is dirty. QuickBooks company file errors are harder to detect, but they’re there, including: Performance problems Inability to execute specific processes, like upgrading Occasional program… Read more »

Make QuickBooks Yours in 2014: Customize

QuickBooks can be used as is (with some exceptions), but you can customize many elements to improve your workflow, your form output and your business insight. While many of the things you purchase and use in your daily work and professional lives don’t come with options, many do. Think about the last time you bought… Read more »

You Can Change That!

In QuickBooks 2013 there was a major change in the screen layout and it was not well received.  The Icon Bar defaults to the left and it is light text on a dark background and many customers find it difficult to read.  (Click on Image to Enlarge)   The Intuitive Icon Bar that we build… Read more »