Here Rhonda’s latest video on how to add multiple users in you QuickBooks Desktop file:
Here is how to add users in your QuickBooks Online file:
Nobody likes, them, but sometimes it happens. This is how you record it in QuickBooks if this happens to you.
Learn How to Record a Bounced Check From a Customer in QuickBooks® with Rhonda Rosand, CPA and QuickBooks® ProAdvisor from New Business Directions, LLC
If you want to swap services with a vendor or customer, great! But did you know barter transactions are taxable, and they need to be recorded on your books. Here’s a video from Rhonda on exactly how to record barter transactions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOAaOrojGhI
Learn How to Use the Same Name on Different Lists in QuickBooks with Rhonda Rosand, CPA of New Business Directions, LLC.
Learn How To Add & Edit Multiple List Entries in QuickBooks with Rhonda Rosand CPA and Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor
Have a receivable you can’t collect on? Learn how to write off a bad debt in QuickBooks with Rhonda Rosand, CPA, Advanced Certified QuickBooks Proadvisor of New Business Directions, LLC.
If you want to create more revenues in your business, you need to create more transactions. Run these figures with your business to see how you can generate more revenue. Learn How Revenues Are Transactional with Rhonda Rosand, CPA, and Advanced Certified QuickBooks® Pro Advisor of New Business Directions, LLC.
QuickBooks is made up of Lists. The most important list in QuickBooks is the Chart of Accounts; it creates the framework for your financial reports from your Balance Sheet to your Profit and Loss statement and your statement of cash flows. It also creates the infrastructure for your budgets or revenue plan.
Learn about the Chart of Accounts in QuickBooks with Rhonda Rosand, CPA or New Business Directions, LLC.
Each January we rush around to gather tax information on the independent contractors we paid in the prior year in order to send them a 1099. Here are some basic tips for making it easier and less hurried in your year-end preparations.
A link to the IRS’s instructions for 2018 can be found here.
As a trade or business, you are required to obtain a Form W-9 from your independent contractors before you pay them, better yet – before they do any work for you. This is regardless of how much money you pay them. This form will give you the name, business name, address, entity type and taxpayer identification number.
Who Needs a 1099?
Service Providers – Anyone you pay in the course of your trade or business for services rendered. This includes Accountants, Consultants, Architects, Engineers, Designers, Contractors, Plumbers, Electricians, Installers, Landscapers, Snow Removal companies, Cleaning companies, the Auto Repair technician, Entertainers – anyone who performs a service or casual labor for your business who is not your employee.
Rents – If your business pays rent for office space or land or equipment, you are required to send the recipient a 1099 for the amount of rent you have paid them.
Exclusions – Sole proprietorships, partnerships and LLC’s that are taxed as sole proprietors and/or partnerships receive a 1099. You are not required to send 1099’s to a Corporation or a Tax Exempt entity. The Form W-9 will provide information regarding the entity type.
Threshold – Send to recipients to whom you have paid $600 or more during the calendar year.
Using the QuickBooks® 1099 Wizard
QuickBooks® has a 1099 Wizard to create accurate 1099 and 1096 forms. It allows you to review and edit your vendors, set up account mapping preferences, run a summary report to review data, and print 1099 and 1096 forms.
Note: QuickBooks® is only capable of preparing 1099-MISC. If you need to prepare other types of 1099’s (e.g. 1099-INT, 1099-DIV), you will need to do so outside of QuickBooks®.
For 2018, if you are reporting Non Employee Compensation in Box 7, you are required to file on or before January 31, 2019 to both the recipients and to the Internal Revenue Service.
New Business Directions, LLC specializes in QuickBooks® set up, clean up, consulting and training services, coaching small business owners and providing innovative business solutions.
This article of QuickBooks Tips and Tricks was based on the 2018 version of QuickBooks®.
The Mt. Washington Valley Economic Council
QuickBooks® Desktop Boot Camps
with Rhonda Rosand, CPA – Advanced Certified QuickBooks® ProAdvisor
Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018, 9 AM -11 AM
Whether you are starting from scratch or starting over, there is a right way and several wrong ways to set up a QuickBooks® file. Learn how to do it right the first time.
Avoid some of the common mistakes we see people make.
Accounts and Items
Users and Permissions
Tuesday, October 16th, 2018, 9 AM – 11 AM
Learn how to customize forms and templates and create QuickBooks® reports that are useful management tools for your business. Understand the difference between profits and cash.
Customize Forms and Templates
Cash Flow Management
Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018, 9 AM-NOON
This is a session designed exclusively for tax preparers, enrolled agents and accountants. We will cover advanced level topics to help you streamline the process and best practices for troubleshooting your client QuickBooks® file during this busy tax season.
What’s New in QuickBooks® 2019
In Product Demonstration of Features
Client Data Review and Accountant Toolbox
Common Issues and Troubleshooting
Courses are $35 each and held in the Community Room at Granite State College-Conway.
To register please call Susie at (603) 447-6622, email email@example.com, or register online.