Tag Archives : Accounting Software

QuickBooks 2016 and QBES 16.0 System Requirements

Detailed information QuickBooks Pro/Premier 2016 and Enterprise 16.0 Operating systems supported: Windows 8.1, all editions including 64-bit, natively installed Windows 7, all editions including 64-bit, natively installed Windows Vista (SP2 or later), all editions including 64-bit, natively installed  Windows Server 2012, Windows Small Business Server 2011, Small Business Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows […]

QBES Box Shot (left)

QBES Box Shot (left)

QuickBooks 2016: Exciting New Features

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 […]

How to Open QuickBooks When It Will Not Open

Occasionally, QuickBooks users find themselves in a Catch-22: They need to restore a backup in QuickBooks, but they can’t get QuickBooks itself to open. This can happen if your company file got damaged during your last session in the program. Perhaps the power went off and your computer turned off without closing out QuickBooks first, […]


Retail Cashier

Data that is shared between QuickBooks and Point of Sale

Table Summary of Data Shared between QB Accounting and QB POS Data Type Point of Sale to QuickBooks QuickBooks to Point of Sale New and updated customer records (except account balances) X X Payments on account X Customer account balances and limits X New and updated active vendors X X Vendor payment terms X X […]

Prepare QuickBooks to work with QuickBooks Point of Sale

Before you can integrate QuickBooks Point of Sale and QuickBooks, you must install both programs and set up your QuickBooks company file to support the exchange of information. When setting up your company file in QuickBooks: Turn on inventory tracking features in QuickBooks so that you can integrate with Point of Sale. Only the QuickBooks […]

Inventory Management

QuickBooks Barcoding Solution

Barcoding for QuickBooks: SmartScan Order Verification – QB Services : QuickBooks

Barcoding for QuickBooks: SmartScan Order Verification We’ve been talking about QuickBooks barcode support a lot lately. If you have an inventory-centric business, barcodes can really help improve your efficiency and accuracy of data entry. This has been an area that we’ve received a lot of questions about ever since Intuit introduced barcode support in QuickBooks […]

Tracking “Use” Tax on Purchases in QuickBooks – QB Services : How to Track Use Tax?

Tracking Use Tax on Purchases in QuickBooks We were recently asked about how to track Use Tax on purchases in QuickBooks. In states that charge sales tax, purchasers within those states often avoid paying tax by purchasing items from out-of-state suppliers. However, they are required to report those purchases to the state in which they “use” […]

Tax Burden

License Issues

QuickBooks Support: Change QB License Number without Reinstalling

Here, we will take a look at how you can change your QuickBooks license number without having to reinstall the whole program. This can come in handy if you have installed using the wrong license, or miscellaneous other unique situations. As ProAdvisors, we have been through a number of times where this would be handy. […]

QuickBooks: Entering vendor prepayments or deposits for prepaid parts or services

When you order a part or a service from a Vendor, the Vendor may require you prepay a portion of the price before delivery. You can enter the prepayments, or deposits, in two ways: Write a Check to the Vendor and record the check to your Accounts Payable (A/P) account, decreasing the balance until you are […]

Take a Prepayment

Make a Deposit

QuickBooks: Deposit unexpected refund, rebate, reimbursement or reward check from vendor 6

This article describes how to track and deposit income from a vendor that is not associated with an existing bill. Examples include rebates, reward incentives, refunds, reimbursements or checks issued by a vendor to cash out an existing credit. These types of items must be deposited in a way that does not leave an undated […]