Monthly Archives: June 2010

Timesaving Tips Pt. 1

This afternoon I’ve been working on my next newsletter and the theme is Productivity. (Having my cat sit in front of my monitor does not help me be more productive, but I like her company and she eventually goes back to her basket on my desk.) I focused on what I consider to be some of the more powerful timesaving techniques in QuickBooks for the newsletter. But I must admit there are many other tips and tricks that save time, so I thought I’d mention just a few of them in my next couple of blogs. Continue reading

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To Outsource Payroll or Keep In-House – That is the Question Pt.3

The last couple of blogs, I’ve discussed why you might want to outsource some or all of your payroll processing and what your options are. Today, I’d like to take a closer look at the fees. When comparing payroll options, you’ll see a variety of fees. Continue reading

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To Outsource Payroll or Keep In-House – That is the Question Pt. 2

Last time, I discussed why you might want to outsource all or part of your payroll processing. Today, I’d like to take a look at what options you have. Continue reading

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To Outsource Payroll or Keep In-House – That is the Question Pt. 1

When it comes to processing payroll, there are many ways it can be done. Which is best for you will depend on time, knowledge, comfort level, whether you need job costing, turnover rate of staff, the variety and types of benefits your company offers, how many states you deal with, wage garnishments and the complexity of your payroll. Continue reading

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Want to Know More? Using Custom Fields (Part 2)

Last week I discussed using Custom Fields for customers, vendors and employees.  This week I’d like to  discuss using Custom Fields with  Items.  Examples of Custom Fields for Items might be color, size, type of material, number in a pallet … Continue reading

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Want to Know More? Using Custom Fields (Part 1)

Is there more information you’d like to track about your customers, vendors or employees?  Have you tried to collect data? One of the most powerful yet under-utilized tools in QuickBooks is Custom Fields.   You can use Custom Fields for customers, … Continue reading

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Going With the Flow in Point of Sale

Ever tried going upstream, against the flow of the current?  You have to work much harder to make progress.  Going WITH the flow is much easier.  Intuit’s Point of Sale (POS) has a flow to it and when you follow … Continue reading

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