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  • Troubleshoot unexpected browser behavior

    From the article: If you are encountering browser issues when visiting Intuit sites, there are a few basic troubleshooting steps you can perform.

  • Get your settings changed so you can deliver 1099s online

    From the article: If you deliver 1099s online, you can invite your contractors to sign into a secure online portal to access their copies instantly at no extra charge.

  • How to create single or multiple transactions statements for donors

    From the article: Transaction statements can be used as donor or pledge reports.... They are useful for nonprofit organizations and businesses that need to send activity reports to their donors, but don't need a running balance or amount due.

  • Link your merchant account

    From the article: Learn how to link your merchant service to a QuickBooks Online (QBO) company.... Sending e-invoices and having your customers pay online makes it easier for you to do business.

  • The difference between weekly and single timesheets

    From the article: Learn what the difference is between weekly and single timesheets.... There are two types of timesheets in QuickBooks Online.

  • Fill in a weekly timesheet

    From the article: Here’s how to enter a weekly timesheet.... If you need help with a single activity timesheet, see Enter a single timed activity .

  • How to customize invoices, estimates, and sales receipts

    From the article: You can change the look and feel of your invoices, estimates, and sale receipts in QuickBooks Online so they highlight your company's brand.

  • How to pay for personal expenses from a business credit card or bank account

    From the article: While it is not advisable to mix personal and business funds, you may encounter situations that will require you to do so.

  • Add contractors or vendors when preparing 1099s

    From the article: If you pay outside consultants or contractors above a certain amount—a threshold of $600—you're required to file 1099s for them with the IRS.

  • What is reconciling?

    From the article: When you reconcile an account, you compare the beginning balance and transactions listed in your QuickBooks Online company file with your monthly bank or credit card statements to make sure they match.

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