Using QuickBooks Online’s Customer Records

Using QuickBooks Online’s Customer Records

Using QuickBooks Online’s Customer Records Your customers are your company’s lifeblood. Are you managing those relationships carefully? Here’s how QuickBooks Online can help. If you’ve been in business long enough to remember tracking your customers manually,...
Working with Downloaded Transactions in QuickBooks Online

Working with Downloaded Transactions in QuickBooks Online

Working with Downloaded Transactions in QuickBooks Online Downloading transactions into QBO is the easy part. You still have work to do once they’re on board. Its ability to download financial transactions is one of the five best things about QuickBooks Online....
Are You Using QuickBooks Online’s Mobile App?

Are You Using QuickBooks Online’s Mobile App?

Even if you don’t travel for work (but especially if you do), you should explore what QuickBooks Online’s mobile app has to offer. You already know how convenient it is to be able to access your company’s financial data from any desktop or laptop computer that has an...
Paper Timesheets versus Time Tracking Apps

Paper Timesheets versus Time Tracking Apps

Many businesses continue to rely on the conventional paper timesheets for their employees to track their attendance. Paper timesheets require a lot of dedication in the creation process and it can also increase your monthly cost. So why not go for a simpler solution...
What Is a Vendor Credit, and How Do You Record One?

What Is a Vendor Credit, and How Do You Record One?

Whether you’re getting a vendor credit for a refund or a return, you can record it in QuickBooks Online. When you’re dealing with your company’s vendors, you’re probably accustomed to money flowing in one direction: theirs. Maybe you send them to purchase orders and...
7 Best Practices for QuickBooks Online

7 Best Practices for QuickBooks Online

Even if you’ve been using QuickBooks Online for a long time, it’s good to step back and evaluate your actions. “Best practices” aren’t enforceable rules. They’re simply guidelines businesses commonly follow in one area or another. If you’re in retail, for example, one...