Author: QuickBooks R us

As we enter into the final calendar quarter on 2020, many are looking forward to this year ending. At least we didn’t get hit with the “Killer Hornets” (knocking on wood) and hopefully we can still count our blessings in many ways.

This month we are introducing a slightly different newsletter/blog to you that is designed to not only provide QuickBooks Tips & Tricks, but small business important information. We are planning to keep this newsletter in a smaller format, with fewer major topics. In this way we hope it will only take you a few minutes to review the information.

As we enter into the final calendar quarter on 2020, many are looking forward to this year ending. At least we didn’t get hit with the “Killer Hornets” (knocking on wood) and hopefully we can still count our blessings in many ways.

This month we are introducing a slightly different newsletter/blog to you that is designed to not only provide QuickBooks Tips & Tricks, but small business important information. We are planning to keep this newsletter in a smaller format, with fewer major topics. In this way we hope it will only take you a few minutes to review the information.

As we enter into the final calendar quarter on 2020, many are looking forward to this year ending. At least we didn’t get hit with the “Killer Hornets” (knocking on wood) and hopefully we can still count our blessings in many ways.

This month we are introducing a slightly different newsletter/blog to you that is designed to not only provide QuickBooks Tips & Tricks, but small business important information. We are planning to keep this newsletter in a smaller format, with fewer major topics. In this way we hope it will only take you a few minutes to review the information.

As we enter into the final calendar quarter on 2020, many are looking forward to this year ending. At least we didn’t get hit with the “Killer Hornets” (knocking on wood) and hopefully we can still count our blessings in many ways.

This month we are introducing a slightly different newsletter/blog to you that is designed to not only provide QuickBooks Tips & Tricks, but small business important information. We are planning to keep this newsletter in a smaller format, with fewer major topics. In this way we hope it will only take you a few minutes to review the information.

If you have never experienced the loss or the sabotage of your data … consider yourself lucky. It is not worth the risk of the loss of your data compared to cost of preventing it from happening. But what are your options ?

If you have never experienced the loss or the sabotage of your data … consider yourself lucky. It is not worth the risk of the loss of your data compared to cost of preventing it from happening. But what are your options ?

If your company is a S-Corp or files taxes as a S-Corp, you must handle medical premiums paid by the company for Officers with at least 2% stock ownership in a very specific way. We even find many CPAs and Accountants are not aware of this and how to setup properly in QuickBooks …

If you are a collision repair facility you may be concerned that your data you generate with your estimating systems and management systems is being collected, aggregated and sold to many companies. “Big Data” is among us, and it is used often against our industry.

We hope your Holidays were filled with good times, and you are ready for a great new year to take off.

When analyzing your financials it is very important that expenses are categorized correctly and expenses are assigned to the correct month. This isn’t always that easy when some expenses are for different areas of the business and the amount of the expense is for more than the month it was paid. There are important processes to put in place to correct this.