We hear a lot these days about online accounting options. You know . . . you can do your books with your smart phone while you are crawling under someone’s house looking at their plumbing. Obviously, that’s the best thing ever, right? Ok, that was sarcastic but it is a stupid TV commercial. And besides, […]
This is my favorite little QuickBooks tip! Why? Because it is easy, it is very useful to every QuickBooks user, and because a lot of experienced users don’t know it. QuickBooks has a little calculator built into all the transaction screens. It’s right where you need it – in any of the amount fields. Just […]
Should you upgrade your home business or small business computers to Windows 10? Maybe, maybe not. There are lots of things to consider. Read on to find out some of what I think you should consider before you click that button.
Should you subscribe to Office 365? Microsoft would like you to pay them at least $10/month forever. In exchange you get current access to all of your favorite Office software like Excel. And more.
If your farm or ranch is a sole proprietorship, how do you handle personal transactions, business transactions, and split transactions? This is a common question so I thought I’d address it. First and foremost, please consider getting a separate business bank account for your farm and ranch transactions. Keeping a separate personal and business account […]
If you use Thunderbird for your email software, this article will describe how to get your address book file saved to a jump drive. You’ll need to do that either when you move your email to another computer or you want to back up your address book. Doing that on occasion is a very good […]