We just sent out our March Newsletter just last week and we would love to share it with any of those who didn’t receive it. Our intro is below, click here to see it in its entirety. Hey there! We’re over a week into March and the year keeps rolling along. Finished your taxes yet? […]
Dear Customer, A few months ago, we shared with you that the United States is transitioning to full adoption of EMV chip-enabled cards to reduce credit card fraud. This change with EMV is coming October 1, 2015, and we wanted to provide you with an important update about what this means for you. Today, […]
Intuit’s February updates for QBO includes several improvements. Let’s check them out: You can see the number of overdue invoices inside the Pending Invoices column and can even sort by customers by overdue balance. Customers > click the red Overdue bar. Changes will also appear on the Vendors page. You can see your deposits within the customer split […]
Below is an excerpt from an article by Charlie Russell on QuickBooks and Beyond. To see the article in it’s entirety, click here. Here’s the lowdown on Intuit’s update for QuickBooks Online in December. There are a lot of great changes here. A new feature called ‘QuickBooks Online Management Reports.’ This feature differs between QBO and […]
Below is an excerpt from an article by Stacy Kildal from QuickBooks and Beyond, to see it in its entirety, click here. It is a great feeling to know a product so well it becomes second nature. For those of you who have been using QuickBooks for a while now feel comfortable with the […]
Click to Jim Savage‘s article about the integration on QuickBooks and Beyond. We are excited about what some Kiwis have come up with. Vend is a point of sale program out of New Zealand that is easy to use, has impressive functionality and a great sense of humor. QuickBooks isn’t quite as large outside of […]
Below are two videos that provide a basic tour and review of QuickBooks Online (QBO), brought to you by Greg Lam and The Sleeter Group‘s blog called QuickBooks and Beyond. Part 1 Part 2 What do you think? Share your thoughts!