Vendors

If you pay them, they’re a vendor. Vendors are people or companies you pay because you’ve bought things from them or they’ve provided a service for you. A vendors can be the electric company, a the supplier where you buy inventory, or the contractor you hired to help you with a project.


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Video: Entering your bills

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In this video, watch how Hannah enters her bill so she knows exactly what she needs to pay other people. Video script Small business owner Hannah recently hired Wally the Web designer to give her magic shop’s web site a major overhaul. She … [Read more...]

Video: Paying your bills

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Watch how Hannah uses QuickBooks for Mac to track and pay her bill payments. Video Script It’s that time—the first month’s rent on Hannah’s store is due, so she needs to enter and pay her rent. She opens up the QuickBooks page. Her first … [Read more...]

So many choices, Part 2: Vendor transactions and more

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This article is Part 2 of a two-parter on the transactions you can use in QuickBooks. Part 1 covers customers. This one covers vendors. With vendors, it's all about spending money. You need stuff to run your business, whether that's new inventory … [Read more...]

Buying and setting up the QuickBooks 1099 Assistant for QuickBooks 2010 and 2011

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Other articles: Using the updated 1099 Wizard | Managing the 2011 tax year 1099 changes manually in QuickBooks (Update 1/31/2012: If you haven't already downloaded this app, it's no longer available as of 1/31/2012. But don't panic! You can still … [Read more...]

Using the Updated 1099 Wizard

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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

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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...]

Tracking orders for the items you need

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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...]

Video: Paying Vendors

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Ben Hess (small business owner and video producer) talks about how he pays his vendors by either writing a check or entering bills in QuickBooks for Mac. This is one of a series of videos produced by QuickBooks for Mac and Bay Area Pictures to help … [Read more...]

Bartering: Yes, you’ve got to track it

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The difficult economic climate of recent years has led more businesses to use barter transactions, in which they trade their products and services for products and services from other businesses. Many business owners wrongly assume they don't need to … [Read more...]

Video: Entering a bill for items you’ve received

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This video shows you how to enter a bill for items that you've ordered using a purchase order (PO). The scenario is that the owner of a landscaping business ordered three trees from a nursery. So when the landscaper receives the trees along with a … [Read more...]

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