QuickBooks 2010 has impressive features, like financial and tax reporting, invoicing, payroll, time and mileage tracking, and online banking. So how do you avoid spending more time learning the software than using it? This Missing Manual takes you beyond QuickBooks' help resources: you not only learn how this popular program works, but why and when to use specific features.
"Whether small business owners keep books themselves or hire an accountant or bookkeeper, understanding business accounting is a crucial skill. QuickBooks 2010: The Missing Manual helps small business owners understand small business accounting and how to record business transactions using QuickBooks," says author Bonnie Biafore (@bbiafore).
Biafore continues, "With business slow, small business owners are watching every penny. By learning how to use QuickBooks to the fullest, business owners can analyze their financial performance to eke more profit out of sales or cut unnecessary expenses. Businesses can also save money by performing bookkeeping in-house, entering financial transactions correctly, and making fewer calls to their accountants."
QuickBooks can handle many of the financial tasks small companies face, and QuickBooks 2010: The Missing Manual helps you handle QuickBooks with easy step-by-step instructions by showing you the important things you need to know:
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Bonnie Biafore writes about project management, personal finance, and investing. She's the author of Project 2007: The Missing Manual, as well as Online Investing Hacks, QuickBooks 2008: The Missing Manual, and Quicken 2008: The Missing Manual.
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