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  • Record Repairs/Maintenance on Company Trucks

    From the answer: One way is to use Class Tracking and to assign each truck as a Class - you can even group them all as sub-classes of a parent class.

  • Uninstalling 2015 after 2019 Installation

    From the answer: Congratulations on your successful upgrade, Ron.... Yes, you can safely uninstall the 2015 version since you've already converted it into the new 2019 format.

  • manual paycheck

    From the answer: Hi 3268!... I'll be happy to walk you through creating paychecks in QuickBooks Desktop Payroll.... From the  Employees menu, select Pay Employees .

  • Existing Mortgage New Company File

    From the answer: Quick example.... You purchased property for 170k just there are closing costs (transfer tax - recording deed- etc) that must be added to the asset value.

  • Aging Report

    From the answer: Thanks for the quick response,  nessllc1 .... Let me take over and help you organize your customers in alphabetical order on your A/R Aging Summary report via QuickBooks Desktop.

  • Need to Change Payroll Item Type to Bonus

    From the answer: Once an item is created you can't change the type.... Instead, set up a new item and use it.

  • How do I remove items from inventory that should never have been in inventory?

    From the answer: Hi there, .... Thanks for sharing your concern here in the Community.... I can help provide some information on how to correct your inventory item and recording transactions in QuickBooks Desktop.

  • Where to save portable company file when restoring

    From the answer: I'm glad your first issue is resolved already, Jeffmary1.... Regarding your other concern, restoring an accountant's copy will not mess up your file.

  • User permissions for Payroll

    From the answer: Thanks for the details, ekileen.... Let me help you fix the payroll error on your QuickBooks Desktop.... BRC is correct.

  • 401(k) limits per Employee

    From the answer: "I guess the issue is now getting the correct calculations,"   Let's review this math: 4% + 3 % = the person wants to contribute 7%, split between the two investment types.

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