QuickBooks

The Difference Between NumberCruncher and Fishbowl Inventory

My good colleague at NumberCruncher, Ian Benoliel, CEO, gave me some information that I found interesting. In light of that I thought I would pass it on to you people that are having problems deciding on which Integrated QuickBooks Inventory package to use. All Orders by NumberCruncher and Fishbowl Inventory are both inventory and order management software that integrates with QuickBooks. Both...

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QB Merchant Service Contracts and How to Get Out of it

Here’s a news flash that I’m passing on to you people that are dealing with Merchant Service contracts. Merchant Service contracts are usually lengthy, expensive to break, and you may also have to deal with the auto-renewal clauses.  But did you know, due to recent market changes, some Merchant Service Contracts can be broken penalty-free? Here’s Why: • Recent increases...

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NumberCruncher’s Inventory Goes Further with All Orders

  This is one product that I have written about previously and I can’t say enough good things about it. So I thought I would update you with this following excerpt from my colleague at NumberCruncer. If you are a manufacturer in the food industry, then you will really find this Lot Tracker extremely helpful. Advanced Inventory & Order Tracking All Orders by NumberCruncher is a...

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QuickBooks Estimates – Adding a Change Order

Part three on the Estimates features Adding a Change Order. Any business that does estimates like a home renovator, manufacturer or any other type will find this feature useful. You will be able to add or delete any of the changes and this feature will also give you a running total of what was done. This is actually better than creating duplicate estimates to accomplish the same task....

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Is HST Accounted for in QB’s Downloaded Bank Transactions?

 If you are one of those people that decided to work with your QuickBooks by downloading all your transaction from your bank, how are you accounting for your HST? QuickBooks doesn’t know that there is HST in a bank transaction, such as in a cheque payment or a Visa charge. Are you making sure that you break that amount out when you match the transaction as shown in the screenshot? If not,...

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