Accounting is about more than just numbers. QuickBooks lets you make documents available from within the program itself. You could call QuickBooks a “green” computer program. It can conserve reams of paper by storing customer and vendor records, for example, emailing transaction forms, and accepting online payments. Most small businesses are a long way from […]
QuickBooks 2016 has a strong emphasis on improved reports, easier bill tracking and faster deletion of transactions. Furthermore, there are a number of more fresh flourishes available with this version that will enhance the overall accounts handling for CPAs and SMBs. Let’s see what is new in QuickBooks 2016. 1. Better Bill Tracking This is […]
Transitioning to new EMV payment solutions this year may sound like a daunting proposition. After all, most of us don’t like change. But in fact, the EMV update is actually an opportunity to gain some substantial benefits for you and your customers. A recent consumer payments research study by financial services company TSYS revealed increased […]
Rename the Qbprint.qbp file The Qbprint.qbp File Qbprint.qbp is a QuickBooks-created file. It contains a data line for each form in QuickBooks. It has a line for invoices and a separate line for journal entries, etc. When you print a form, QuickBooks pulls the form settings from Qbprint.qbp and uses them to print the form. […]
QuickBooks Enterprise Users may have noticed that Intuit is increasing prices on the Full Service Plan renewal fee. Here are some often asked questions for this issue: What is the Full Service Plan? Answer (expand):[expand] Your initial purchase of QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions includes a one year membership to the Full Service Plan. After the first […]
Apparently, Intuit Merchant Service is currently down again. Unfortunately, we are not able to process anything at the Intuit Merchant Service Portal, as we could last time. Here is the official message given at the Merchant Service Portal page from Inuit: Sorry! This Intuit service is currently unavailable. We apologize for the inconvenience and are […]
Just received this note from Intuit regarding the recent power outage and what caused it:
“We’re carefully monitoring the sites and the applications that support them to ensure we provide the services that customers expect. And they’re performing well at this time,” said Ginny Lee, Intuit chief information officer. “We’re deeply sorry for the disruption to businesses and consumers and appreciate their patience as we worked to resolve this problem.”
“With service restored, it’s our priority to work with those affected and resolve any issues caused by this outage.”
Customers please note:
There was a massive power outage in the San Diego Data Center last night which had an impact on many systems across Intuit and we are having ongoing impacts on several systems including QuickBase and reporting. Please be patient while IT works to ensure everything is back on line and working as expected. Sorry for any inconvenience this is causing you.
[img_assist|nid=819|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=100|height=66]Angel Tax Credit is a way for small business investors to get a 25% tax credit! The details are found on the attachment. There are three qualifications to obtain this tax credit:
So, the Hire Act is a concern? Not with Intuit Payroll Solutions. Please see the attached newletter to help you sort out any questions regarding the W-11 form, QuickBooks payroll and the best way to handle the deductions available for business owners looking to hire more employees. Please call QB Services, LLC. if you have any questions regarding the Hire Act or how to set up QuickBooks Payroll.