QuickBooks Desktop: Do Your Invoices and Other Accounting Forms Reflect Your Company Image?

QuickBooks Desktop: Do Your Invoices and Other Accounting Forms Reflect Your Company Image?

Every opportunity you have to interact with your customers and vendors is critical. Whether it’s a phone call, an in-person connection, or an email, how you present yourself reveals a lot about you. The invoices and other forms you send to customers and vendors should reflect your company’s attention to detail, accuracy, and consistency.

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QuickBooks 2015 and Point of Sale Prior Versions will be Discontinued May 31, 2018

QuickBooks Desktop 2015, as well as QuickBooks Point of Sale versions prior to 2018, will be discontinued as of May 31, 2018. If you are affected by these product discontinuations, be sure to upgrade to ensure you do not experience a disruption in your QuickBooks and/or QuickBooks related services.

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Email from Intuit QuickBooks Enterprise Team is Real

Email from Intuit QuickBooks Enterprise Team is Real

There have been quite a few questions regarding the legitimacy of an email recently sent out by the QuickBooks Enterprise Team. We have been assured by Intuit that the email is valid, and it is a good idea to take the recommended action within the email to eliminate any security vulnerabilities.

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Getting Started With Payroll Items in QuickBooks Desktop

Getting Started With Payroll Items in QuickBooks Desktop

Considering processing your own payroll in QuickBooks? Whether you’re moving from a payroll service or getting ready to pay your first employee, you’re taking on a complex set of tasks that requires a great deal of setup and absolute precision. But the reward is complete control over your compensation records and transactions, and constant access to your payroll data.

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