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QuickBooks 2016: The Best Guide for Small Business, 2nd Edition by Leslie Capachietti, Bobbi Sandberg

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Chapter 2

Entering Customers and Vendors

In this chapter:

•   Entering customer information

•   Working with customers in the Customer Center

•   Using custom fields

•   Ensuring credit card security

•   Entering vendor information

•   Working with the Vendor Center

•   Learning about 1099s in QuickBooks

Two groups help your company succeed: your customers who provide the income, and vendors, those from whom you purchase goods and services. With QuickBooks, it is easiest to enter the names of both groups before you start entering transactions. For both, you can store basic information such as addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses, but you can also track and manage nearly everything and anything you need to know about your customers ...

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