Running, or working in, a small business can be a highly rewarding experience - especially if the business owner knows how to make the most of financial management tools, such as the accounting software QuickBooks. This title shows you how to turn your PC into a valued business partner.
Running, or working in, a small business can be a highly rewarding experience -- especially if the businessowner knows how to make the most of financial management tools, such as the accounting software QuickBooks. QuickBooks 2003 For Dummies shows you how to turn your PC into a valued business partner. Bookkeeping becomes a breeze as you discover ways and means to Track accounts receivable and payable Set up online baking and bill paying Monitor inventory Print checks Pay your employees Prepare quarterly and annual tax returns The number-crunching know-how of QuickBooks automation comes in several flavors: QuickBooks Basic, QuickBooks Pro, and QuickBooks Premier. QuickBooks Pro adds advanced job-costing and time-estimating features. QuickBooks Premier build on all that with features for accountants and auditors who want to use QuickBooks for rather large small businesses. QuickBooks 2003 For Dummies explores the nuances of these variations, with information and insight into Entering names of products, employees, customers, and vendors into lists Installing QuickBooks for network use Printing credit memos in a batch Tracking customer open invoices and collections Adjusting inventory records to reflect what's really in stock Balancing a non-online bank account Restoring your QuickBooks data (if you lose it) You don't need to know much about accounting or double-entry bookkeeping to use QuickBooks, which is most of its appeal. With the power of QuickBooks 2003 For Dummies, financial details can be tamed the fun and easy way as get down to the business of building your moneymaking enterprise.
Stephen L. Nelson, MBA, CPA, is an expert in business application software and the use of technology in business. He's the author of more than 100 computer books.
Table of Contents
Introduction.Part I: You Gotta Start Someplace.Chapter 1: The Big Interview.Chapter 2: Lots of Lists.Chapter 3: Sharing QuickBooks Files.Part II: Daily Chores.Chapter 4: Invoices and Credit Memos.Chapter 5: Reeling In the Dough.Chapter 6: Paying Bills.Chapter 7: Inventory Magic.Chapter 8: Keeping Your Checkbook.Chapter 9: Paying with Plastic.Part III: Stuff You Do Every So Often.Chapter 10: Check Printing 101.Chapter 11: Online with QuickBooks.Chapter 12: Payroll.Chapter 13: The Balancing Act.Chapter 14: Reporting On the State of Affairs.Chapter 15: QuickBooks Dirty Work.Chapter 16: Building the Perfect Budget.Part IV: The Part of Tens.Chapter 17: (Almost) Ten Knowledge Nuggets about Web-ifying Your Business.Chapter 18: (Almost) Ten Tips for Business Owners.Chapter 19: Tips for Handling (Almost) Ten Tricky Situations.Chapter 20: (Almost) Ten Little Ideas for Saving Big on Business Taxes.Chapter 21: (Almost) Ten Secret Business Formulas.Part V: Appendixes.Appendix A: How to Install QuickBooks in Ten Easy Steps.Appendix B: If Numbers Are Your Friends.Appendix C: Timing Yourself.Index.
QuickBooks 2003 for Dummies by S. Nelson
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