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What Happens If You Make the Default Tax Account Inactive?

I should point out that this article has to do with the Canadian users of QuickBooks, so it may not be relevant to anyone else, hey! In working with a client the other day, I discovered that they had decided to add two accounts for their GST/HST Payable. One was for the HST paid and the other for the HST collected. To do this they made the QuickBooks default GST/HST Payable Inactive as...

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QuickBooks Inventory – Using Units of Measure – Part 17

This last installment to the Inventory section, Using Units of Measure, will be divided up into seven sub parts. So, this will incorporate Parts 17 through 23. Once again I must remind you, that unless you are using QuickBooks Premier or Enterprise Solutions editions, you will not be able to utilize these inventory features. With that, I will press forward. Units of Measure (U/M) can show you...

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QuickBooks Inventory – Managing Pending Builds – Part 14

Now that I have mentioned about pending builds in Part 13, I will discuss managing them. Just to refresh your memory – if there were not enough components in inventory to build the two Door Kits, I can postpone this build by marking it as pending. This “Pending” will then appear in the Build Assemblies window to remind me that these assemblies have not been built. Assembly...

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QuickBooks Inventory – Entering the Build Point – Part 12

QuickBooks, once you set it up, can remind you to build the assembly when your inventory reaches a certain level. Of course in order to do this, you must have Inventory turned on in your Company Preferences and also mark your Reminders in your Company Preferences. In the Reminders, just tag the button on the line that says Assembly Items to Build – Show List. You can rebuild directly...

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QuickBooks Inventory – Using Assemblies – Part Eight

Assembled items built in QuicBooks is very basic along with its tracking. When you build an assembled unit, the unit is automatically added to your quantity on hand and its inventory items or other assembly items, deducted from quantity on hand.   By using assembled items, you will always know how many finished products you have and of course the number of items that are in stock. You decide...

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