Why You Shouldn’t Use Journal Entries in QuickBooks

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QuickBooks Journal EntryBoth QuickBooks Desktop Versions, and QuickBooks online give you the ability to post transactions via Journal Entry.  Most pieces of true accounting software will.  That means that rather than creating an invoice, or entering a bill, you can just post the bare bones of the transaction into your software, assuming you know your debits and credits.  However, just because ...

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David vs. Goliath: The Cloud Computing Battle in Accounting

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a big french bulldog and small tiny chihuahua dog looking at each otherTake David vs. Goliath for instance or longshot Rocky Balboa taking on the heavyweight champ in the Rocky movie franchise.

In business the little guy can often win when he takes on the giant in a moribund industry or when the bigger competitor is unable or unwilling to react to market and industry ...

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QuickBooks Connect Interview with Jeff Cates, President of Intuit Canada

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Jeff CatesWhile I was at the QuickBooks Connect Conference, I had the opportunity to meet and hear many of the global executives at Intuit.  I also had the privilege to sit down with Jeff Cates, the President of Intuit Canada, for a one on one interview about the conference itself, and the incredible Intuit Ecosystem which is emerging.  I hope that you find it informative.

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Cloud-Based Accounting is the Future

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QuickBook Connects ConferenceRecently I attended the QuickBooks Connect Conference in San Jose, California.

As you might expect there were a variety of speakers, presentations, workshops, and other interesting events, but if there is one message that rang loud and clear, this is it …

Cloud computing generally, and cloud accounting software specifically, is THE future.

Before I talk about the benefits of ...

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