Tag Archives: Time Tracking

Save Time with These Mobile Products

With today’s technology, we’re able to do so much more by web and smart devices.  You can save time (and not worry about forgetting), if you can jot down notes or handle details quickly.  And for many, QuickBooks is still … Continue reading

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2017 YEAR –END REVIEW AND PLANNING

By now you probably have a good idea of your year-end numbers.  As you look back over your year, take the time to list what worked – and what didn’t. Here are a few recommendations to help you review 2017 … Continue reading

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I Need a Product That Does…

Perhaps you’ve been complaining about a problem and don’t realize that a solution exists.  Sometimes it’s helpful to know what’s out there. I put add-on products in 2 categories – Industry-specific and Task-specific Typically you’ll find predominantly industry-specific products at … Continue reading

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Save Time with These Mobile Products

With today’s technology, we’re able to do so much more by web and smart devices. You can save time (and not worry about forgetting), if you can jot down notes or handle details quickly. And for many, QuickBooks is still in the office. So here are some task-specific products that work with QuickBooks you can use away from the office saving you time and sanity! Continue reading

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5 Areas to Review to Plan for a Successful 2017

While you still have 2 more months to generate income (and expenses), you probably have a somewhat good idea of your year-end numbers.  As you look back over your year, take the time to list what worked – and what … Continue reading

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I Need a Product That Does…

Perhaps you’ve been complaining about a problem and don’t realize that a solution exists. Sometimes it’s helpful to know what’s out there. I put add-on products in 2 categories – Industry-specific and Task-specific Typically you’ll find predominantly industry-specific products at … Continue reading

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Faster Time-Tracking with TSheets

As you have probably gathered by now, I’m a big proponent of streamlining workflow.  One area that often doesn’t work so well in QuickBooks is time tracking. Many of my contractor clients want something they can access out in the … Continue reading

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Six Ways to Streamline Data Entry

Are you manually entering data into your QuickBooks?  If so, there may be a way to enter that data that’s faster, cheaper, and better.  Manually keying in data is expensive – you pay someone to key in and you have … Continue reading

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Where’s Your Weakest Business Link?

You’ve already built a solid business that you have great pride in. Yet, if you’re like most entrepreneurs, you’re on a constant search for how to make your business better. One way to focus your search is to look for the weakest link in your business. Continue reading

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Expense or Items Tab? Items – Pt. 4

I’ve been discussing how to setup and use Items in QuickBooks. A common mistake is to use Items inconsistently. I will admit that in my early QuickBooks, I was guilty of this. Let’s use the example below of lighting fixtures. On the Invoice, you have no choice but to use an Item, but not on the bill (or check or credit card charge). You have a choice of using either the Expense tab or the Items tab. Most people use the Expense tab and select the expense or Cost of Goods account (like Job Materials). Continue reading

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