How to "date" a QuickBooks 3rd party developer may seem to be a silly topic for a blog post; but as I reflect on the last 12 years of being one of those "developers" the more I think that the title is appropriate - because in reality dating is a fair way to describe the relationships between Developers, ProAdvisors and QuickBooks users.
In reality, dating is a fair way to compare this relationship. Let's start with mutual respect. Respect for each other, respect for the client, respect for our various corners. The customer isn't "your" client, just as the customer isn't "their" client - the customer becomes "our" customer and each party has a responsibility to them. Continue reading
A Guest blog post by Lorien Prince, CPA for a QuickBooks tip for entering Job-to-data costs and billing data at the item level when converting or archiving Continue reading
Recent legislation added a new requirement for employers to report, in addition to other information, the date that an employee first performs services for pay. The "first day of work" law went into effect June 8, 2011. Continue reading
Contractors switching to QuickBooks from another accounting program are often concerned about how to enter Job to Date Costs and Billing Data when converting, so they don't loose this vital information. Continue reading
QuickBooks automatically prefills the date field in every transaction you create (Enter Bill, Write Checks, Create Estimate, etc.) and report that you generate. In many cases, the date that QuickBooks provides you with is not the correct date that you need. Continue reading