IN THIS CHAPTER
Setting preferences for various options, reminders, and settings
Changing the accounting, checking, and finance charge rules
Controlling jobs and estimates, as well as time tracking
Accounting for multiple currencies, sales, customers, and sales tax
Setting up payroll and employees
Setting purchases and vendors’ preferences along with 1099 reporting rules
You can fine-tune how QuickBooks works for you by setting preferences. In fact, just so you know, much of what you do when you run QuickBooks Setup via the Detailed State route (also known as the QuickBooks EasyStep Interview) is provide information that QuickBooks uses to fine-tune. If you indicate that you charge customers sales tax, for example, the EasyStep Interview describes how sales tax should work for your business by using the sales tax preferences.
Because these preferences ...