How to use QuickBooks to manage your business’ finances

  • You can use QuickBooks as your accounting software for a small- to medium-sized business.
  • You can connect QuickBooks to your accounts to quickly and easily organize all money going into and out of your business.
  • You can also do everything from invoicing clients to paying vendors and more directly from QuickBooks.
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Intuit’s QuickBooks has been arguably the gold standard in accounting software since it first came out, following Intuit’s successful Quicken.

Intuit has applied several decades of experience to a product that seems to have thought of everything you could want to organize and control your finances.

To get the most out of your QuickBooks software, you need to know all the ins and outs of using the program, from creating invoices to paying your taxes.

How to use QuickBooks

QuickBooks makes it easy to perform a variety of financial management tasks, like creating an invoice, organizing transactions, adding expenses, adding and paying bills, managing employees, creating reports, and managing taxes. Here’s how to do it all.

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