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  • Open Item Receipt with NO Bill Report

    From the answer: It's good to see you here in the Community, CSMG.... I can help you track the unbilled item receipts in QuickBooks Desktop.

  • 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.

  • Correct accounting for sale of a fixed asset

    From the answer: Create an income account called gain/loss on asset sales.... Calculate and post partial year depreciation.

  • How can I add "Bill to" and "Job Location" to a custom report?

    From the answer: Thanks so much for this clarification, Mike.... I believe that I have found just the report you're looking for.

  • 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.

  • 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 .

  • How do I account for this transaction?

    From the answer: You can make this very complicated or very easy depending on the route you want to go.... If you receive the payment ahead of delivery of the order, then technically it is a liability to customer deposits.

  • Email Address

    From the answer: Hey ,   Currently, you’re only able to manually enter the email address of your customer when sending your memorized transactions.

  • Switching From Average Cost to FIFO

    From the answer: Good day, Michael Trotz.... QuickBooks will recalculate previous acquired inventory depending on the start date you’ve selected when switching to FIFO.

  • Accidentally Paid Sales tax twice by mistake

    From the answer: Glad to hear again from you, .... Allow  me to share additional information about creating sales tax adjustment.

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