This Fall 2019 semester I’m going to teach two classes at Dawson Community College. Students in Computerized Accounting will learn to use Quickbooks accounting software. Students in Basic MS Office will learn to use Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Access. Both classes are designed for beginners in either software.
Several years ago we ran two separate consulting companies – one for production agricultural clients and one for the rest. We have streamlined into this one company. That made things easier administratively but that company had an established website and we hadn’t gotten around to a site for this company until recently. To fix that […]
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.
“How do I handle payments to credits cards in QuickBooks? We hear that question frequently, so I thought I’d go ahead and answer it here. The problem is, like so many computer-related questions, the answer is that it depends. We recommend different approaches to handling credit cards in QuickBooks depending on the a few factors. […]