Set up a complete small business financial management system quickly and easily. Written by Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisors, QuickBooks® 2016: The Best Guide for Small Business shows you how to maximize all of the desktop software’s powerful capabilities, including the new and improved features for 2016.
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 2016
About the Authors
Tailor 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
Bobbi Sandberg (Whidbey Island, WA) is a consulting instructor and CPA who has been a trainer and teacher of all things computer in the Pacific Northwest for more than 40 years. Specializing in making 'numbers your friend', Bobbi has helped everyone from high-school students trying to figure out a way to pay for both college AND the prom to senior citizens trying to use 20th century dollars in the 21st century. She teaches in community, corporate, and educational venues where she is known for the handouts she provides. Some students say she provides a textbook in specialized handouts for each class she teaches. She has been a user, advocate, and trainer of Quicken since its firstversion.
Leslie Capachietti, MBA, (Winchester, MA) is an Advanced Certified QuickBooksProAdvisor, Intuit Premier Reseller and a member of Intuit's Accountant Training Network. Her firm, Automated Financial Solutions has been helping small business owners get the most from QuickBooks for over 15 years. As a nationally recognized speaker and trainer she has taught thousands of accounting professionals on best practices to employ when supporting their QuickBooks clients. Her firm, Automated Financial Solutions, has been recognized by Intuit as a Top Performer for outstanding achievement in supporting QuickBooks users.
I Getting Starting Using QuickBooks1 Using QuickBooks for the First Time2 The Chart of Accounts3 Entering Your Customers4 Entering Your Vendors5 Creating Items for the Products or Services that You Sell6 The Other Lists that You May Need7 Entering Your Starting Balances 8 Setting Up Users and PermissionsII Completing the Most Common Tasks in QuickBooks 9 Invoicing Your Customers10 Applying Customer Payments to Invoices11 Tracking and Paying the Bills for Your Business 12 Managing Your Bank and Credit Card Accounts 13 Balancing Your Accounts Using the QuickBooks Reconciliation Window14 Printing, E-mailing, and Managing Documents in QuickBooks III Other Tasks Your Business May Need To Do in QuickBooks15 Using QuickBooks to Manage Your Inventory16 Using Online Banking 17 Entering Special Transactions in QuickBooks Using the General Journal Entries Window 18 Preparing Your QuickBooks Data for Year EndIV Tracking Time and Paying Your Employees19 Keep Track of the Time Your Employees Work Using QuickBooks Time Sheets20 Paying Your Employees with QuickBooks Payroll 21 Using QuickBooks Payroll to Track and Remit Payroll LiabilitiesV Sharing, Securing and Customizing Your QuickBooks Data22 Ways to Save and Share Your QuickBooks Information with Others23 Keeping Your QuickBooks Data Secure and Healthy24 Customizing QuickBooks for Your BusinessVI Understanding Your Business with QuickBooks Reports25 The Most Common Reports and Why They're Important26 Creating and Customizing Reports 27 Using the QuickBooks Budget and Planning Tools A Installing QuickBooks on Computers that are NetworkedB The Most Common Mistakes QuickBooks Users Make... and How to Avoid Them
Number Of Pages: 464
Published: 8th December 2015
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.0 x 18.0
Weight (kg): 0.71
Edition Number: 2
Edition Type: Revised