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  • How do I create an invoice from an estimte with service items and then add time and costs to that same invoice

    From the answer: Hi there, @ Montgomery Minds .... Yes, you're correct, there's no way to fill in the estimate amount by hand when deleting the item on the estimate.

  • Balance Sheet

    From the answer: duplicate, closed - well shoot forgot this was the new community and we can no longer close threads that are duplicates

  • Expenses: An answer on google told me to enter Expenses in Bank Menu -> Enter Credit Card Charges?

    From the answer: wrote: So that's what I've been doing, inputting expenses from receipts [i.e Harbor Freight, Home Depot, etc] as job materials, supplies, tools & equipment, etc.

  • Finanancial reports

    From the answer: It should say 1/1/2019-3/31/2019

  • QB Mac 2019 - Signature on Checks

    From the answer: Glad to have you back here in the Community, .... I'd be happy to help share some information about adding a signature to checks in QuickBooks Desktop for Mac.

  • Returned items on PO

    From the answer: POs are optional and are non posting, you can create a new one if you want the PO to exist as a memo type of thing, and create a new bill when the parts arrive that you can apply the credit to

  • How do I add my company logo to reports in Enterprise Suite please?

    From the answer: Thank you for getting back to us, Mahmoud.... At this time, adding the company logo to the reports in QuickBooks is not available.

  • Airbnb

    From the answer: Hi there, .... Thanks for getting back and providing details about the refund and payout of your customers.

  • Credit card fees when processor pays net by check

    From the answer: Glad to hear again from you, .... I can help walk you through recording your sold registrations by creating a sales receipt.

  • Entering Employee Commissions

    From the answer: Hello CaroD213,   There are two ways on how to record commission pay .... The first one is to include it on the employee's regular paycheck.

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