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Better Business Decisions by Customizing QuickBooks’ Reports

A key reason for tracking your accounting in QuickBooks is to help you make better business decisions. Sometimes, to get the information you need, you need to customize an existing QuickBooks report. Continue reading

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Save Time with Payroll Templates

 For those of you with seasonal businesses, such as landscapers, painters, remodelers and other contractors, you may find this time of year you are doing lots of hiring, depending on the size of your business. And anyone who’s been involved … Continue reading

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Are Your Workers Contractors or Employees?

If you have workers in your business, you likely made a decision when you hired them as to whether they should be an employee or a contractor.  If all you hire is employees, then you have nothing to worry about.  … Continue reading

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Better Business Decisions by Customizing QuickBooks’ Reports

Whether you’re a contractor, wholesaler, non-profit or some other service professional, reports are crucial to monitoring your cash flow and profitability.  When I work with clients, I often recommend changes in their setup and changes in their data entry.  While … Continue reading

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Save Time with Payroll Templates

For those of you with seasonal businesses, such as landscapers, painters, remodelers and other contractors, you may find this time of year you are doing lots of hiring, depending on the size of your business. And anyone who’s been involved with that process knows that it can be time consuming. For those of you who are responsible for setting the employee up in QuickBooks, the payroll template could help you save some time Continue reading

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Are Your Workers Contractors or Employees?

If you have workers in your business, you likely made a decision when you hired them as to whether they should be an employee or a contractor. If all you hire is employees, then you have nothing to worry about. But if you hire contractors, there may be some financial risk you may be taking that you may not know about. Continue reading

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Get a Jumpstart on 1099’s for Contractors

In a little over a month, it will be 2017 and time for year-end accounting chores.   One of those chores is getting your 1099s out, and now is a good time to tie up loose ends so the year-end process … Continue reading

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Using QuickBooks to Find Your Niche

In our last article, we discussed the benefits of specializing versus generalizing.  So let’s take a look at how QuickBooks can help you. Decide what you want to track.  Obviously you want to look at profitability but here are some … Continue reading

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Better Business Decisions by Customizing QuickBooks’ Reports

Whether you’re a contractor, wholesaler, non-profit or some other service professional, reports are crucial to monitoring your cash flow and profitability.  When I work with clients, I often recommend changes in their setup and changes in their data entry.  While … Continue reading

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Save Time with Payroll Templates

For those of you with seasonal businesses, such as landscapers and other contractors, you may find this time of year you are doing lots of hiring, depending on the size of your business.  And anyone who’s been involved with that … Continue reading

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