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Bookkeeping, accounting, and business resources to help you become a finance guru. 

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How to Void a Check in QuickBooks Online

By Aaron Sullivan on Jun 6, 2019 12:49:12 PM

Ah, nuts. You realize you've written a check in the wrong amount, or you've sent it to the wrong vendor because you have so many to keep track of and sometimes things get mixed up. #smbproblems 

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How to Add Your Accountant to QuickBooks Online

By Aaron Sullivan on Apr 25, 2019 11:17:22 AM

Nobody likes going it alone, especially if whatever you’re trying to do leaves you feeling overwhelmed and incapable. But that’s why it’s good to ask for help from someone who knows what’s up, like inviting your accountant to your QuickBooks Online account so they can help with your bookkeeping.

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How to Reconcile Accounts in QuickBooks Online

By Aaron Sullivan on Apr 18, 2019 2:04:22 PM

A fundamental piece of good bookkeeping is routine account reconciliation, the process in which you match up your transactions in QuickBooks Online (QBO) with your bank statement and credit card statements. In addition to being every amount of fun as it sounds, it’s a really helpful process to make sure that your bank accounts match up with your accounting system, and you’re not at risk of overspending based on what’s actually in the bank. It’s a similar process to balancing your checkbook.

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QuickBooks Online Tutorial: Chart of Accounts

By Angelina DeLago on Apr 27, 2017 10:42:13 AM

We're here with another tutorial on how to best use Quickbooks for your business

 

This post quickly outlines how to manage your Chart of Accounts in QB Online!

 

What is a Chart of Accounts?

 

A chart of accounts (COA) is a financial organizational tool that provides a complete listing of every account in an accounting system. An account is a unique record for each type of asset, liability, equity, revenue, and expense.

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