What You Must Know About Inventory in QuickBooks and Job-Costing

If you do job-costing in QuickBooks, and you don’t sell individual items to your clients, I recommend you avoid using Inventory Parts if at all possible. But, sometimes it’s not possible. Here’s what you need to know about how inventory accounting works, and what you need to do in order to keep your inventory straight…

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Class Tracking in QuickBooks® – A Rarely Understood, Awesome Feature

Using “Classes” in QuickBooks to Track: Locations, Projects, Divisions If you need to keep track of your income and expenses by department, location, property, project or event, using classes in QuickBooks might be for you.  You can also track your Balance Sheet by class, but it can be problematic. First, let me say this: I…

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Job-Costing Payroll With an Outside Payroll Service

The best way to do labor job-costing is to run the payroll through QuickBooks Desktop, using time sheet entry.  Intuit even has a service called “assisted payroll”, where you run the payroll in the software and then and submit it electronically to them and they file your forms and pay your taxes. If you are…

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Considering QuickBooks for Mac?

Considering QuickBooks for Mac? More people are switching to Macs.  If you plan to use QuickBooks and switch to Mac, you should be aware that although QuickBooks has made improvements to it’s Mac software, it’s not as robust as the Windows version. Most 3rd party add-on solutions are designed to work with the Windows version…

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QuickBooks Keyboard Short Cuts – Complete List

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