General QuickBooks News
This section contains information about when a new release of QuickBooks becomes available as well as other important general QuickBooks information.
There are 3 types of backups that everyone should have. But if something goes wrong it will be worth it and you won’t even need to panic. By guest blogger - Ben Smyth Continue reading
General internal procedures that many business owners who use QuickBooks can implement quite easily. Continue reading
While it is fair to say, most people don't steal, embezzlement does happen; so it only makes good business sense for you to consider what you can do to minimize your employees' opportunities to steal. Continue reading
How much data can your QuickBooks company file hold before it becomes "stuffed", overflowing like a file cabinet, and SLOW? This is a very good question that most people don't take into consideration Continue reading
In this article, we’ll cover each topic listed in the Year-End Guide, and offer some additional tips on each of the three sections: Tasks to prepare for filing taxes, Tasks to do if you use subcontractors, Tasks to do if you have employees and some Tips for the upcoming year. Continue reading
User permissions issues can occur especially when dealing with third party QuickBooks integrated applications and the Enterprise edition where user permissions can be highly customized. Continue reading
The primary purpose of keeping books is to provide financial and management information in order for you to run your business, make sound business decisions, and to prepare your taxes. Most business owners are very worried about generating income; however, running a business involves a lot of other tasks. Continue reading
Every year when Intuit puts out a new version of QuickBooks, we are overwhelmed by new ads for Intuit services that seem to pop-up at the most inappropriate times. Many QuickBooks users (myself included) find this to be very annoying. Continue reading
We usually suggest that you wait a month or two, or until after you have generated employee W-2's, before you update to a new version of QuickBooks. Continue reading
Installing/Upgrading to QuickBooks 2011, not all versions of QuickBooks 2011 are compatible with Office 2010, install as a Standard User on Windows 7 & Vista, do not install in the same folder as an older version of QuickBooks, check with 3rd party developers for compatibility and update procedures. Continue reading
We all think that when we purchase a new computer and/or version of Microsoft Office - that all of our software; including QuickBooks 2011 will run perfectly........this is NOT always the case.
Each version of QuickBooks (Pro, Premier and Enterprise) has different compatibility requirements for use with Microsoft Office. Not all versions of QuickBooks are compatible with Office 2010. Read these requirements carefully! Continue reading
Since Windows Vista was released, we have handled numerous support calls which resulted in an 80040408 - Could not start QuickBooks error. In all cases QuickBooks and our 3rd party applications had been installed under the Administrator account. Continue reading
Having QuickBooks "hosted" is far different than using the QuickBooks On-line edition. having QuickBooks "hosted" by a reliable service provider allows you the best of both worlds - anytime, anywhere access to your fully functional QuickBook Pro, Premier or Enterprise desktop software! Continue reading