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  • 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.

  • QuickBooks Bill Pay

    From the answer: Hi there, @Rayo , I?m here to help ensure you?re able to get all the information you need prior to enrolling for QuickBooks Bill Pay.

  • Track Rental Items (including available and who has what)

    From the answer: You can create inventory items with zero cost and "sell" them with Sales Receipts with quantity filled in but at a zero selling price and take them back with Credit Memos also with quantity filled in but at zero value.

  • Correct process for PO's that are received and not received in inventory

    From the answer: The work flow is create the PO,  enter the bill when items are received   that is where items are listed per item with qty an total cost per item, not in the bank register   then you pay bills using the pay bills icon on the home screen then download

  • completing payroll after switching from online to desktop

    From the answer: Hi there, bootz26.... Yes, QuickBooks Desktop uses a different payroll module.... You will need to cancel the online subscription and subscribe to the Desktop Payroll Services.

  • "Received From" Name in Deposit Reporting

    From the answer: A deposit is essentially a journal entry and journal entries do not track names properly, never have in any version of QB .

  • Inventory Items

    From the answer: Try edit>resort list with your item list open, check your results.

  • Resale and non-inventory items

    From the answer: As you suspect - there is no real difference between service and non-inventory items, they both fiunction exactly the same.

  • CASH Basis - Recording a LOST check in QB from last year

    From the answer: Hi there,  Saphire605 .... I'm glad you reached out to us for help with recording a lost check from last year in QuickBooks Desktop.

  • Credit Cards, Importing, and Allocating to Expense Accounts

    From the answer: Credit card charges are considered cash basis events when the charge is made, not when the credit card account balance is paid.

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