I am a BB (baby bookkeeper). Who would have thought a debit could actually be a credit and vice versa; or if the chart of accounts aren’t created thoughtfully and carefully, a company’s books are forever in the muck; or if expenses aren’t correctly assigned to the correct account, your boss might make the wrong…Details
Katie’s Desk: October Is Here, and I’m Not Really Ready. Also, Announcing A Free Weekly QuickBooks Software Learning Opportunity.
I have been seeing the intermittent posts about different states in the US having snow…SNOW. Here in North Carolina, the closest we’ve come to snow is that one time I thought it might be sleeting, but it was actually just the morning fog rolling out while I drank coffee on our back deck. It’s still…Details
One of the things we do here, repeatedly, is build new files for QuickBooks Software Online and Desktop. I’d say it’s mainly science, but it’s really science mixed with a dash of art, and sometimes a lot of patience if you want to set it up right. You start off with entering some basic information,…Details
Time is an elusive resource. While we all have finite amounts of it, sometimes it seems unlimited…until you hit a dreaded deadline or realize you missed meeting an important goal. I have my share of fights trying to tame mine. Take last week for example. While on-boarding a returning team member I stated (while thinking…Details
There is a progression towards bank feed accounting, which can be defined as waiting for transactions, many times automatic ones, to hit the business bank account, and then posting them through the bank feed activity (in the featured image, these would be the transactions that have “Add” at the end, versus “Match”). Account categorization (what…Details