- Build inventory Assemblies
- Create & track sales orders and backorders
- Track current availability and not just quantity on hand
- Use price levels based on "per item" prices
- Create sales orders or purchase orders from estimates
- Create Bill of Materials for inventory assemblies
- Easily create reversing Journal Entries
- Billing rate levels
- View unbilled Time & expenses from one window
- View or Print past bank reconciliations
- Export report templates
- Forecasting, business planning
- Convert units of measure
QuickBooks® Enterprise Solutions
Enterprise Solutions contains all the features and functions of QuickBooks® Premier editions, and builds on those with additional powers that make it easier to use QuickBooks® as your business grows
Besides the company name and address,this includes information about your federal tax ID numbers. You enter this information in the EasyStep Interview when you set up your QuickBooks® company data file.
Information About Your Employees
The QuickBooks® Employee list stores general information about each of your employees, and specific information related to payroll (such as the employee’s salary or hourly rate, filing status, number of exemptions, and miscellaneous additions, deductions, and company contributions). You can store payroll information that most employees have in common in employee defaults. Whenever you have a new employee to add, simply enter information that’s specific to that employee (name, address, and so on).
Information About Your Payroll Items
QuickBooks® maintains a list of items that affect the amount on a payroll check, including company expenses related to payroll. When you specify that you want to use payroll, QuickBooks® creates a number of payroll items for you. You add others as you need them.
QuickBooks® uses tax tables to calculate payroll. You get the current tax tables and keep them current when you subscribe to one of the Intuit Payroll Services mentioned in “Overview of payroll tracking” on page 319. If you choose not to subscribe to one of these payroll services, you need to calculate and enter your payroll tax deductions manually for each paycheck.Once you’ve set up your company, employee data, and payroll items, to run payroll you enter the number of hours worked during the pay period for each employee. QuickBooks® calculates the gross wages for the employee, and then refers to its tax tables (if you’ve subscribed to one of the Intuit Payroll Services—Standard Payroll, Enhanced Payroll, or Assisted Payroll) and the company and employee information you’ve entered to calculate all withholdings and deductions and to arrive at the net pay figure. QuickBooks® also calculates your company payroll expenses (for example, your contributions to social security and Medicare)
Point Of Sale
The wonderful thing about QuickBooks® Point of Sale is the tasks you perform everyday with this system will be fast and easy. The interface is simple to navigate and understand. The system automatically adjusts your inventory without you having to do anything manually. With many systems, you may lose time accepting credit or debit cards, but this POS system software is designed to be more efficient and speed up that hectic process by doing it in a single click.
There is one major downside to QuickBooks® Point of Sale. According to their manufacturer, Intuit, it is not designed for a few specific types of retailers. That list includes retail stores without a physical location, grocery or convenience stores, liquor stores, gas stores and full-service restaurants. If your business falls under one of those categories, then just know that this POS system software might be missing features that you need.
Features Of QuickBooks® Point Of Sale
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