Accountant

Having Troubles Logging into QuickBooks Online using Chrome?

I am passing this along from a learned colleague in case any of you are having trouble logging in to QuickBooks Online Accountant using Chrome. This is a simple fix – use another browser. If you can’t log in with Chrome you can still log in with Firefox or Internet Explorer. Hey, I have to have Internet Explorer on my system because that is required for some features in QuickBooks Desktop,...

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Online Accounting in Canadian QuickBooks is on a Cloud

There is something new in the Canadian QB’s that you might be interested in and it’s called QBO (QuickBooks Online). It has been out in the U.S. since 2000 but was just released in Canada in 2012. Canada, are you ready to move into the “Cloud Based” reality of QBO (QuickBooks Online)? It is only about six months old, so it is still in its infancy, and but in today’s ever...

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QuickBooks Lists – How to Work With Them

If it’s one thing that QuickBooks has, it’s plenty of lists to work with. Are you familiar with all the lists and how they incorporate into your daily use? In many of the previous articles, I have dealt with the majority of these lists that you see on the screen shot to your left. But as always, there is a never ending amount of information still to be learned. Although I walked you...

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QuickBooks Quik Tip for the Day – Viewing Transactions

If you are in a senior accounting position and you need to view all or any transactions after the closing date, here’s how you can view those. From the Menu Bar at the top of your screen go to Reports/Accountant & Taxes and choose the Closing Date Exception Report. This will show you any transactions entered or modified after the Closing Date. This is very useful for the year-end...

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