Paying others

If you own a business, at some point, you’ll most likely need to buy things for the business. If you sell things, you need inventory. Even if you’re a service-based business, you probably still need office supplies and other things to provide the service. You may have employees you need to pay or contractors. Everyone has to pay taxes.

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Using the Updated 1099 Wizard

Purchasing the QuickBooks Assistance App for 2010-2011, Managing the 2011 tax year 1099 changes manually For tax year 2011 the IRS has changed the 1099-MISC reporting requirements.  If you have 1099 vendors, the IRS has made some changes that may … [Read more...]

10 tips for a cash flow crisis

Sometimes, even when you’ve done everything possible to be a good cash manager, you run into a problem.  There are steps you can take to skillfully weather your cash crisis. Determine the cause of the problem – If it’s just a timing issue, you … [Read more...]

Updates for Payroll for Mac announced

Editor's note: I got this from our friends over at Payroll. If you're a QuickBooks for Mac Payroll subscriber, you'll be seeing some changes. - Shelly We’ve been doing some remodeling and are launching a new look. Next time you sign in, you’ll … [Read more...]

Tracking work performed by subcontractors

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Entering a credit from a vendor

Sometimes a bill isn't the whole story on keeping things balanced with your vendor. The vendor may owe you! You may have had to return the items you ordered from the vendor, or the vendor may have had to make an adjustment to a bill sent to you. In … [Read more...]

Tracking orders for the items you need

No matter what business you're in, you need stuff. Even if you're a service provider and not a retailer, you still need supplies and other things to keep your business going. So you're going to need to track down what you've ordered, any bills you've … [Read more...]

Grappling with sales tax? QuickBooks can help

If you sell stuff, sales tax is part of your life. Ugh. Oh, I mean, lucky you! OK, I tried to be upbeat, but there's really no way around the fact that sales tax takes a bite out of your donut. But QuickBooks can make it easier for you, even if … [Read more...]

Payroll: I want to do it myself

For some of you out there, you might be bummed that QuickBooks for Mac (2012 and earlier) doesn't offer a manual method to process payroll. But there's still a way you can track payroll expenses and liabilities and generate paychecks for your … [Read more...]

Tips for avoiding some newbie mistakes

Editor's note: Our friends over at QuickBooks for Windows wrote this piece for Windows users. Seeing a great idea, we ripped it off and Mac-ified it for you. Here's a shout out to the awesome Jonathan Brubaker who created the original article for … [Read more...]

Hiring for your business, Part 2: Which payroll method is right for you?

[Editor's Note: This is the second in a series of Intuit articles we are republishing here on Little Square that may help you in the decisions you need to make before hiring workers. Look for more soon.] In Part 1 of our series of Payroll … [Read more...]

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