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  • QuickBooks Year End for Accountants

    From the article: Overview This resource brings together Year End content across the QB Ecosystem, specifically for Accountants.

  • Set an email address as a "safe sender"

    From the article: This article describes how to set up common email accounts to receive pay day reminders and other emails that the you may not be receiving.

  • Support for the Intuit Reseller Program

    From the article: Every Intuit Reseller has a designated account manager who can assist with questions about the Intuit Reseller Program.

  • Why are we asking?

    From the article: Your finances are serious business.... Passwords aren't as secure as they used to be and if someone gets your password, they can access your account and make unauthorized changes.

  • Don't know the answer?

    From the article: You set up this security question when you created your Intuit account.... If you don't know the answer, we suggest trying other options .

  • Guidelines for choosing a password

    From the article: Password Requirements: Length: 8 - 32 characters At least 1 uppercase character (A-Z plus all upper case characters in the Latin-1 Supplement set) At least 1 lowercase character (a-z plus all lower case characters in the Latin-1 Supplement set) At le

  • Terms of Service and License Agreements for QuickBooks, Payroll, the Intuit Website, and the ProAdvisor Program

    From the article: When you use our products, you accept a license agreement or a terms of service agreement that specifies how you may use the product and what your rights are as a customer.

  • QuickBooks Online Internet Explorer Security Changes (TLS 1.2 Requirement)

    From the article: Overview of new security changes for QuickBooks Online and Internet Explorer (TLS 1.2 requirement) As of 05/22/2017, QuickBooks Online will no longer support the Internet Explorer TLS (Transport Layer Security) setting of TLS 1.0 or TLS 1.1.

  • How to record an ACH payment that was denied in QBO

    From the article: The goal of these steps is to show that your customers owes you money (increase Accounts Receivable), and reduce the amount of the ACH payment that is waiting in "Undeposited Funds" to be deposited.

  • How to apply a credit from an overpayment

    From the article: This article is designed to help apply a credit from an overpayment.... If your customer pays an extra amount above an invoice total, QuickBooks creates a credit.

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