Chapter 17

Posting at Year’s End and Sending the Year-End Accountant’s Copy

In this chapter:

•   Making your year-end To Do list

•   Running financial reports

•   Printing 1099 forms

•   Making year-end journal entries

•   Getting ready for taxes

•   Closing the books

•   Creating a year-end backup

•   Creating an Accountant’s Copy

•   Merging the accountant’s changes into your file

Whether your company is a large corporation or a small business, the end of the year brings with it several inevitable tasks. There is so much to do—reports to run, corrections to make, entries to create, and adjustments to apply. However, you can relax. Not everything has to be accomplished on January 1. QuickBooks is date sensitive, so you can continue to work ...

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