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Managing Your Business With Quickbooks 6
     

Managing Your Business With Quickbooks 6

by Charles Rubin, Diane Parssinen
 
Managing Your Business with QuickBooks 6 is a concise, readable book that explains computerized business accounting for small businesses using Intuit's QuickBooks or QuickBooks Pro. QuickBooks, the Quicken of small businesses, is by far the most popular program for small-business accounting. Rather than duplicating the explanation in the manual, this book assumes

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Managing Your Business with QuickBooks 6 is a concise, readable book that explains computerized business accounting for small businesses using Intuit's QuickBooks or QuickBooks Pro. QuickBooks, the Quicken of small businesses, is by far the most popular program for small-business accounting. Rather than duplicating the explanation in the manual, this book assumes readers know nothing about accounting procedures and orients them to concepts such as charts of accounts, liabilities, expenses, income, data maintenance, and year-end reporting, using
Examples from QuickBooks and QuickBooks Pro.
 
Readers will find real-world advice on everything from how to budget time for converting to computerized bookkeeping to guidance on how to make QuickBooks an integral part of running their business successfully. Here they'll learn how to use QuickBooks to pay bills and write checks; pay employees; record sales taxes due; prepare weekly, monthly,
quarterly,  and annual reports for tax reporting; and assess the health of their business.  A special appendix gives  tips on setting up QuickBooks for 20 different small businesses so that readers can quickly customize QuickBooks for
their own particular businesses.

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Library Journal
QuickBooks software targets small businesses that have few employees. These three QuickBooks titles cover everything from the basics for establishing a QuickBooks profile, to data management and security, to inventory control, payroll, and taxes. Advanced users will learn to use the program to analyze business performance. All three books will work for beginners, but even after new versions of QuickBooks are released, Gilbert's volume will be valuable as a reference source for experienced users.
Booknews
Shows how to get started or transfer an existing accounting system to the most popular Windows accounting package for small businesses. Offers a plain-English overview of the accounting process and how QuickBooks handles it, gives a detailed schedule for setting up a system for accounting activities, and provides step-by-step instructions for handling tasks including payables, payroll, and tax reports. Includes a glossary of basic accounting and QuickBooks terms. Assumes familiarity with the basic Windows interface. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780201353563
Publisher:
Peachpit Press
Publication date:
08/10/1998
Pages:
312
Product dimensions:
7.06(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.65(d)

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