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3 Intuit® Apps Help Get You in the Cloud

3 Intuit<sup>®</sup>  Apps Help Get You in the Cloud
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May 4th 2016 by Karine Woodman

We’ve all heard about ‘the cloud’ and how great it can be. We’ve been encouraged to move towards it, but how exactly do you get there and incorporate it into … [Read More…]

 

Using QuickBooks® Online Accountant Mac and Windows Apps

Using QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Online Accountant Mac and Windows Apps
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April 18th 2016 by Victoria Cameron

For the last two years, I’ve been using QuickBooks® Online without a browser by accessing it through the QuickBooks for Mac app on my desktop. Last fall, the Windows app … [Read More…]

 

New QuickBooks® Import Summary Report Now Available

New QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Import Summary Report Now Available
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April 18th 2016 by Heather Satterley

Where have you been all my life? If you’ve been actively migrating your QuickBooks® Desktop (QBDT) clients to QuickBooks Online (QBO) during the past few weeks, you may have noticed a … [Read More…]

 

Firm of the Future: Company Snapshot in QuickBooks® Online

Firm of the Future: Company Snapshot in QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Online
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March 22nd 2016 by David Bergstein

There are many ways to build your practice and stay relevant, but no matter what anyone says, you need to be connected to your clients, your information and your data. … [Read More…]

 

Moving Your First Client From QuickBooks® Desktop to Online

Moving Your First Client From QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Desktop to Online
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February 24th 2016 by Michelle Long

The move to the cloud is in full swing! Many accounting professionals and small businesses are moving to QuickBooks® Online. This is the first in a series of articles to … [Read More…]

 

Earning More and Working Less, Secret #1: Leverage Technology

Earning More and Working Less, Secret #1: Leverage Technology
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February 24th 2016 by Jeff Borschowa

I introduced 4 secrets to earning more and working less in my previous blog post. We will go into greater detail on the 4 secrets in this and subsequent posts.
In … [Read More…]

 

The World is Changing – and so is the Bookkeeper

The World is Changing – and so is the Bookkeeper
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February 24th 2016 by Jan Haugo

Business is changing, but you know that because we are reminded every day via email, Twitter, Facebook and the news. Typically, the role or job that is in a company … [Read More…]

 

QuickBooks® Online Updates: February 2016

QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Online Updates: February 2016
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February 23rd 2016 by Scott Cytron

Here’s is the latest QuickBooks® Online release notes for 2016.
Inventory Tracking Improvements
Starting values are now editable. If you added an inventory item in the past, QuickBooks created a starting value transaction … [Read More…]

 

4 Secrets to Earning More and Working Less

4 Secrets to Earning More and Working Less
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February 19th 2016 by Jeff Borschowa

Bookkeepers and accountants work hard, arguably too hard, for their clients. Bookkeepers and accountants often tell me that they have too much stress and struggle to get paid what they … [Read More…]

 

Building Custom Reports with QuickBooks® Enterprise Advanced Reporting

Building Custom Reports with QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Enterprise Advanced Reporting
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February 16th 2016 by Hector Garcia

If you are an experienced QuickBooks® Desktop (Pro, Premier, Accountant or Enterprise) reports customizer, you know how great QuickBooks is for building custom reports on the fly. However, there are … [Read More…]

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