QuickBooks Online

Sales Transactions in QuickBooks Online: An Overview

Your first transaction in QuickBooks Online was probably an invoice. But there are many others that you’ll want to know how to use especially if you are a Construction Company or a company that needs to bill it's clients for services that you sell.

You probably process more invoices than any other kind of sales transaction in QuickBooks Online. And it’s usually with a great deal of satisfaction that you create these forms, since it means that you’ll be getting paid for providing services or selling products.

Managing Users in QuickBooks Online

Unless you’re the sole user of QuickBooks Online in your company, you’ll need to know how to set up different access levels.

“Anytime, anywhere access” is one of the buzz-phrases people use when they describe the benefits of cloud computing. It’s probably one of the most compelling reasons why businesses subscribe to QBO. That, and the fact that you can have multiple employees working on it: three for Online Essentials and five for Online Plus (in addition to an accountant for each).

Accelerate Receivables Using QuickBooks Online

Keeping a positive cash flow is always a struggle for many businesses. Here’s how you can get customers to pay faster.
In a perfect world, customers would receive their invoices from you and remit them immediately.

You may have a diligent few who operate that way, but probably most everyone you do business with delays payment to improve their own cash flow.

There are steps you can take to speed up your incoming revenue. QuickBooks Online incorporates numerous ways to accomplish this.

Make a Statement in QuickBooks Online

You’re not required to use statements in QuickBooks, but they help bring unpaid amounts to the attention of your construction customers.

Collecting outstanding payments is probably one of your least favorite tasks as an accounting manager. QuickBooks Online helps you keep track of these debts in many ways, like through the Income Tracker and Collections Report.

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