QuickBooks’ customizability makes it flexible enough for countless business types.
If you sell your employees’ time and skills, you can use QuickBooks to record those hours and bill your customers for them.
The Income Tracker is one of QuickBooks’ more innovative features. If you’re not using it, you should be.
There are a lot of clues that indicate trouble with your QuickBooks company file. Is it time for a check-up and tune-up?
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.
Maybe you just need to study your current version thoroughly. But it might be time to move up.
If QuickBooks were just one product, its appeal would be more limited than it is. Because there’s an entire family of Windows desktop software applications (as well as five online versions and a Mac edition), the QuickBooks family has found a home in millions of small businesses, and it remains the market leader.
The recently passed tax law changes will affect both individuals and businesses in 2014.
Individuals will see a drop in their personal tax rates to 5.8% in 2014 and 5.75% in 2015.
You just received notification that your company is sending you to work in Bali. Not only are you going to reap the rewards of a sunny locale but Uncle Sam may benefit also.
Out of all of the IRS reporting requirements, Foreign Bank Account Reporting (FBAR) can seem the most daunting. After all, taxpayers who are non compliant can be subject to civil or criminal penalties. Think: $100,000 fine per account, or half of each account’s value per year for each year unfiled.
Modifying the default template makes tracking easier, more accurate.
Part of the reason for QuickBooks’ success is its exceptional flexibility. By allowing users to turn features and preferences on and off, the same software can be used by a wide variety of business types and sizes.