There are a variety of ways to record or process a credit card payment so that it will show up in your QuickBooks data file. This article will summarize the steps to process a customer credit card payment if you are using Intuit merchant services. It will also discuss how to record payments man
In most cases, joint checks (sometimes called Two-Party checks) are received by sub-contractors in the construction industry. Many of our contractor clients receive these checks and they are made payable to "XYZ Sub-Contractor" and "ABC Supplier".
QuickBooks allows you to send a variety of forms through e-mail. You have the flexibility of choosing from three methods; your own Web Mail account, Outlook or QuickBooks e-mail. This article will summarize each of the methods and walk you through the set up of each.
If you?re using your QuickBooks software for a business, it?s very likely you will need to share your data with an accountant or another third party at some point. Often that person will need to make some changes to the file. It is not always practical to give them a copy of the file and wait f
Q - Why does the balance for my checking account in the chart of accounts listing not equal the correct balance on my bank register and Balance Sheet?
Q - How do I handle a short payment by a customer in QuickBooks? How do I just write off the amount if it is not worth pursuing or if I do not want to pursue collection?
Q: We are an air-conditioning and heating contractor. We have annual maintenance agreements with many of our clients and we are trying to determine the best way to track the profitability of each agreement by year. What is the best way to accomplish this?
As year end approaches it's time to prepare for filing Forms 1099 and 1096. There are various versions of the 1099 form but the most common is the 1099-MISC which is the focus of this article. The instructions for the form 1099-MISC are detailed and can be confusing. According to the