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QuickBooks 2007 On Demand

by Gail Perry
 

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QuickBooks 2007 on Demand is the ultimate reference for people who really want to learn how to use the most popular accounting program. Using a friendly seeit/do-it technique, QuickBooks 2007 on Demand gives you illustrated, full color, step-by-step explanations that put you in charge of your finances. Whether you keep this book

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QuickBooks 2007 on Demand is the ultimate reference for people who really want to learn how to use the most popular accounting program. Using a friendly seeit/do-it technique, QuickBooks 2007 on Demand gives you illustrated, full color, step-by-step explanations that put you in charge of your finances. Whether you keep this book right next to your computer for quick reference or use it to train others, you’ll find this is an indispensable resource.

SEE HOW TO

  • Produce and customize reports that show exactly how your company is doing
  • Schedule transactions so you’ll never forget a due date again
  • Bill time and expenses directly to customers
  • Use the new QuickBooks features for 2007, including a redesigned Payroll Center and the new Accountant’s Copy that lets you keep working while your accountant reviews your books
  • Create and use a budget
  • Reconcile your bank account to the penny without waiting for the bank statement to come in the mail
  • Keep detailed records of fixed asset acquisitions
  • Protect your financial information with the latest in security techniques
  • Send customized mailings to your customers and vendors

1. Setting Up Your Company Accounts with the EasyStep Interview

2. Setting Up and Using Payroll Features

3. Adding or Changing Information After the Interview Is Completed

4. Invoicing and Collecting Income

5. Making Purchases and Recording Payments

6. Collecting and Paying Sales Tax

7. Using Timesaving Features

8. Job Cost Estimating and Tracking

9. Tracking Time New!

10. QuickBooks Tips and Tricks

11. Using the QuickBooks Online Features

12. Preparing Income Tax Returns

13. Security

14. Using Inventory Features

15. Recording Your Assets

16. Recording Owners’ Equity

17. Recording Liabilities

18. Preparing the Top Ten QuickBooks Reports

New! Features

Index

Editorial Reviews

The Barnes & Noble Review
You bought QuickBooks 2007 because it was supposed to be easy. Make it really, truly easy: Get QuickBooks 2007 on Demand to guide you through using it.

This book's coverage is exceptionally thorough: setting up (and tweaking) company accounts and payroll, invoicing, A/R, A/P, sales and income taxes, job estimating, time tracking, inventory, owner's equity, assets, liabilities, reports, security, and more. There are whole chapters full of tips and timesavers, plus dozens more scattered throughout the book.

But the book's real advantage is its simplicity. The answers you're looking for are right there, in the table of contents. Look them up: You'll find one or two full-color pages of step-by-step instructions. Full-color screen shots show you exactly what you'll see; numbered callouts show you where to look to perform every step.

We loved the first Que On Demand book we saw, Quicken 2007 On Demand. We love this one, too. Bill Camarda, from the January 2007 Read Only

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780789736321
Publisher:
Que
Publication date:
12/11/2006
Series:
On Demand Series
Pages:
420
Product dimensions:
7.53(w) x 9.12(h) x 0.73(d)

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Meet the Author

Gail Perry is a CPA and a graduate of Indiana University. She has worked in public accounting for more than 20 years and has spent that time helping her clients make the best use of the tax laws and accounting rules that benefit them most. Gail is a former senior tax consultant with the international CPA firm Deloitte, where she specialized in providing tax planning services and advice to small businesses. She has written hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles about taxes, personal and business finances, and financial software and is a contributing editor for SMBFinance and Accounting Today magazines. Gail is the author of more than 20 books, including The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Doing Your IncomeTaxes, Show Me QuickBooks 2006, and Surviving Financial Downsizing: A Practical Guide to Living Well on Less Income.

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