In my last article, I showed you how to attach and send files, but there is so much more you can do—such as emailing sales forms, invoices, statements, and more—all right within QuickBooks. Today, I would like to go back to basics and show you how QuickBooks Desktop users can access and retrieve emails sent from QuickBooks.
We hope that everyone’s season wasn’t too hectic and that you are all enjoying well-deserved vacations. But for the rare few who may be looking at their laptops—here’s a light-hearted…
Most people would be hard-pressed to describe the difference between an accountant and a bookkeeper. While these financial roles share common goals, they support different stages of the accounting process. And no matter what, both professions should use cloud hosting technology to conduct business. Find out why here.
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Accountants: Looking for a little good business reading? Gene Marks, CPA and Right Networks expert contributor, has a few ideas. Gene is a columnist, author, and small business owner. A past columnist for both The Washington Post and The New York Times, Gene writes regularly for The Hill, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Forbes, Inc. magazine, Entrepreneur.com, The Washington Times and The Guardian.
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If you’re already a QuickBooks Desktop user, follow the instructions below to import template files (.des) into QuickBooks. You can also download these instructions in PDF form. Log in to…
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