Monthly Archives: December 2010

How Did You Do?

It’s the end of the year and I hope you feel good about all that you did this year. I know that many people are looking at what goals they accomplished- perhaps you are one of them. If there are areas where you fell short, then you might be disappointed because you didn’t achieve the goal you wanted. Perhaps you had some financial goals for the business or there were some changes you wanted to make. I know I didn’t achieve all of my goals. Continue reading

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Update on QuickBooks Payroll Features

Year-end is a good time to evaluate your payroll options. We did a series of articles on the different payroll options back in June, which might help you choose. Continue reading

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Finishing Strong

We’re nearing year-end and a very busy time of year when it comes to your books. While I realize that December is a busy time of year with parties, travel and days out of the office, it’s also a time to take a close look at the business. Here are a few things to you can do: Continue reading

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Update on Point-Of-Sale 10.0

I recently wrote saying I was disappointed with Intuit’s new version of Point-Of-Sale 10.0. In fact, I said I would not recommend the product to my clients. Intuit took the time to listen to many of us Intuit Solution Providers; we let them know what features we felt were important to keep in the software. Recently, Intuit came out with a new patch (R5) that addresses several of the issues we had with the new version Continue reading

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Handling Credit Card Charges in QuickBooks

I’m frequently asked how to handle credit card charges in QuickBooks. There are basically two ways to handle it. Continue reading

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