QuickBooks Tips & Tricks: How to Compare Reports

QuickBooks Tips & Tricks: How to Compare Reports

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QuickBooks Tips and Tricks Post It NoteThis post is part of an ongoing series we will be running in the upcoming weeks and months on tips and tricks to make it easier for small business owners to understand and use QuickBooks as efficiently as possible.

It’s no secret – at least to those of you who read this blog regularly – that we’re quite fond of QuickBooks as a tool for both bookkeepers and business owners. Fond is a bit of an understatement, actually; given how often we use the program for both ourselves and our clients, it might be more accurate to go so far as to say we rely on QuickBooks for most of what we do for our customers (and, quite often, our own sanity).

In any case, with the recent release of our Ultimate Guide to QuickBooks Keyboard Shortcuts, we’ve decided to start making regular posts regarding quick, handy tips and tricks from the program, so we can help other business owners use it with increased efficiency and get the most out of it. We’ll still be running our usual posts, with our take on news and opinions from other small business blogs, but we think this will be a useful way to mix things up and offer our readers a little added value here and there.

So, without further ado:

QuickBooks Tip: Want to compare any report with the previous year? Run the report you want, Click on the “Customize Report” button and select Previous Year (Dollar / Percentage or both).

Have more questions about using QuickBooks? Want to get hands-on training to and really start to learn your way around it? Take a look at our QuickBooks training program and see if we can help you!

Juliet Aurora

About The Author

Juliet Aurora is the CEO of AIS Solutions and Co-Founder of Kninja Knetwork. Through both of these businesses she fulfills her mission to Educate and Empower those around her. In 2017, her firm was named Intuit's Global Firm of the Future, the first time the title has ever been awarded to any firm outside of the US. She has also has been named as one of the Top 50 Women in Accounting, one of the Top 50 Cloud Accountants and one of the Top 10 Canadian Influencers in the Bookkeeping Industry. Her passion for education is channeled through the Intuit Trainer Writer Network, hosting Kninja Knowledge Webinars and most recently, developing a Cloud Accounting Course for the next generation of accounting professionals.

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