Is QuickBooks Slowing You Down? 3 Ways to Save Time AND Money

Is QuickBooks Slowing You Down? There’s a regrettable occurrence in modern businesses: technology that’s supposed to help you function more efficiently often slows you down. And it happens more often than you think. Simply think about how much time is …

50+ Quickbooks Tips Use Quickbooks Like A Pro In 1 Hr Or Less

It isn’t unusual for small business owners to get themselves very involved in the overwhelming task of “getting up to speed with the books.” Here at Precise MGMT, we regularly observe customers investing more energy than is required doing as …

Is Cloud Accounting Right for Your Business?

Cloud Accounting

One of the most exciting changes in the accounting industry is cloud accounting. The concept is easy to grasp: cloud accounting simply puts your accounting system in a private space online so that it is fully accessible to you via …

Customize QuickBooks Online Using Settings

You can start using QuickBooks Online the first time you sign in. However, your tasks will be easier and faster, if you customize it for your company. QuickBooks Online was designed to be used by a variety of business types; …

Working with Downloaded Transactions in QuickBooks Online

Working with Downloaded Transactions in QuickBooks Online

Downloading transactions into QBO is the easy part. You still have work to do once they’re on board. Its ability to download financial transactions is one of the five best things about QuickBooks Online. Without it, you’d spend a lot …

Setting Up Sales Tax in QuickBooks Online

Setting up sales tax in Quickbooks Online

Sales tax is one of the more complicated concepts supported by QuickBooks Online. QuickBooks Online was designed for you, the small businessperson. You’ve probably discovered that many of its features are fairly easy to use from the start. But just …

What Is a Vendor Credit, and How Do You Record One?

Whether you’re getting a vendor credit for a refund or a return, you can record it in QuickBooks Online. When you’re dealing with your company’s vendors, you’re probably accustomed to money flowing in one direction: theirs. Maybe you send them …