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  • Choosing a Business Credit card that works well with Quickbooks

    From the answer: Good day, .... Thank you for choosing QuickBooks as your accounting partner.... I can share some information about the credit card compatible with QuickBooks Online.

  • when will 941tax forms for 2019 be avaiable for use

    From the answer: Hi there, .... Thank you for posting in the Community.... I'd be happy to help share some insights about when will the updated 941 tax form available in QuickBooks Desktop.

  • Is there a way to create an invoice that simultaneously creates a bill?

    From the answer: Hi there, AIMCOURIER.... At the moment, you'll have to manually check the billable box when creating a bill for the contractor.

  • Payment Method

    From the answer: You can definitely change the payment method for your QuickBooks subscription, emmeti.... Let me show you where you can do it.

  • How can I add a class to an account

    From the answer: Hello KarlD,   Class tracking is a great way to keep organize transactions by category.... In the meantime, adding classes in QuickBooks can only be done in every transaction.

  • Editing .QBO files to import a credit card as a credit card, not an "other current liability"

    From the answer: Hello there, Nein.... Thanks for joining the QuickBooks Community.... I want to ensure the transactions imported to QuickBooks are posted to the correct account.

  • Can I take Discover card

    From the answer: Hello, Tony Presley.... Welcome to the Community.... I'd be glad to offer some info on your question about taking Discover Card.

  • I have a charge on my credit card and I don't have payroll services.

    From the answer: Greetings, ,   It's great to see you here today.... I want to make sure you get the answers you need with your billing.

  • QB Server for MAC

    From the answer: Hello there, .... Thanks for coming to the Community for help.... I've got just the steps you need to fix this issue right away.

  • Average Cost in Reports

    From the answer: QB desktop uses average cost, QBO uses FIFO (first-in,first-out) In both systems separate cost streams are maintained for each 'item' so if you buy and sell the same item at multiple locations then those costs will be blended.

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