Packed with insider tips and expert advice, QuickBooks 2012: The Official Guide shows you how to set up a comprehensive, well-organized small business financial management system with ease! Find out the most effective methods for accomplishing essential business tasks and customizing QuickBooks for your needs.
Fully endorsed by Intuit, makers of QuickBooks, this official guide provides best practices for tracking finances, managing payroll, processing invoices, controlling inventory, managing sales and expenses, and maximizing the software's features. Run an efficient and successful small business using the proven techniques and time-saving shortcuts inside this authoritative guide to QuickBooks 2012.
Leslie Capachietti, MBA, is a nationally recognized speaker and trainer for Intuit and the Principal of Automated Financial Solutions, an accounting systems consulting firm located in the Boston area. She has been supporting small business owners across the U.S. for more than 15 years, helping them gain control of their financial operations using QuickBooks software. Leslie is the author of QuickBooks 2011: The Official Guide.
Leslie Capachietti, MBA, is an Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor and a member of Intuit’s Accountant Training Network. She is the Principal of Automated Financial Solutions, an accounting systems consulting firm that specializes in helping small business owners get the most from their QuickBooks software. Leslie is a nationally recognized speaker and author who has trained thousands of fellow accountants on how to better serve their QuickBooks clients.
Set up and maintain a complete, efficient small business financial management system with ease! QuickBooks 2013: The Guide is filled with best practices for handling essential business tasks and customizing QuickBooks for the way you work.
Written by an Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor with years of experience supporting and training QuickBooks users, this practical resource shows you, step by step, how to use the software to control your businesses finances, process invoices, track inventory, and manage payroll. Get the most from the software and run your small business smoothly and effectively using the proven techniques and time-saving tips inside this authoritative guide to QuickBooks 2013.Customize QuickBooks for your business Enter transactions quickly and accurately Manage accounts payable and receivable Monitor and manage inventory Integrate with online banking services Track employee hours and manage payroll Reconcile bank accounts Manage budgets and project cash flow Prepare for tax time Share and secure your QuickBooks data Produce and analyze business reports Make sound business decisions with confidence
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From processing invoices to managing payroll, you will learn how QuickBooks Desktop versions help you control your business’s financial operations. Sprinkled throughout the book are tips for tracking inventory, monitoring sales, and much more. In addition, get recommendations for working with an accountant and organizing tax information. Run your small business efficiently and effectively using the tested techniques and valuable advice in this practical guide to QuickBooks Desktop 2016Tailor QuickBooks Desktop to meet your company needs Customize entries for customers and vendors Make Items work for you Control bank and credit card accounts Pay your employees and payroll taxes with ease Understand the built-in budget and planning tools Manage inventory for your company Protect your data Create dynamic reports Breeze through year-end and tax time
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