How to use QuickBooks to manage your business’ finances

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Intuit’s QuickBooks has been arguably the gold standard in accounting software since it first came out, following Intuit’s successful Quicken. 

Intuit has applied several decades of experience to a product that seems to have thought of everything you could want to organize and control your finances. 

To get the most out of your QuickBooks software, you need to know all the ins and outs of using the program, from creating invoices to paying your taxes.

How to use QuickBooks

QuickBooks makes it easy to perform a variety of financial management tasks, like creating an invoice, organizing transactions, adding expenses, adding and paying bills, managing employees, creating reports, and managing taxes. Here’s how to do it all.

How to create an invoice

In the top-left corner, click on “New” with the plus “+” sign icon. 

Scroll down to “Invoice.”

Click on the drop-down under “Customer” to select your customer, or you can add in a new customer and then select it.

Fill out the template with everything from product to amount. You can also add the customer’s email to send it directly from QuickBooks. 
When done, click on “Save and send.” You will get a preview and the ability to customize the note to go with it. Then, click “Send and close.”

How to organize transactions

You can link QuickBooks to your bank account to have your account transactions uploaded to QuickBooks automatically.

Click on “Transactions.”
Click on “Banking.”

To categorize a transaction, scroll down until you see a transaction you want to edit and click on it.
In the expanded menu, click on “Category,”  choose the information you want, then click “Add.”

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If you’ve added in any transactions manually, click on “Match” in the right column to match it to what is in your account.
You can also create rules to automatically categorize similar transactions by clicking …read more

Source:: Businessinsider

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