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What is SOS Inventory?

What is SOS Inventory?

By QBOchat Admin | March 14, 2017

About SOS Inventory SOS Inventory is inventory, order management, and manufacturing for QuickBooks Online. What is your App’s name, what do you do, & when did you get published on Intuit’s Apps.com? SOS Inventory is the premier Inventory, Order Management and Manufacturing app built specifically for QuickBooks Online. SOS Inventory allows small and medium-sized companies…

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QuickBooks Online for Construction Companies

QuickBooks Online for Construction Companies

By Tonya Schulte | March 8, 2017

Can I Use QuickBooks Online for Construction Companies? If you are a construction company owner who has been told that QuickBooks Online won’t work for your construction company, you may want to take a second look. There are still quite a few accounting professionals who tend to think of QuickBooks Online in the same way…

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What is Fathom?

What is Fathom?

By QBOchat Admin | March 7, 2017

About Fathom Fathom is an easy to use management reporting and financial analysis tool, which helps you to assess business performance, monitor trends and identify improvement opportunities. What is your App’s name, what do you do, & when did you get published on Intuit’s Apps.com? Fathom is an analytics and custom reporting platform created specifically…

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What is Chargeover

What is Chargeover?

By QBOchat Admin | February 13, 2017

About Chargeover Chargeover is a simple recurring billing software for businesses. What is your App’s name, what do you do, & when did you get published on Intuit’s Apps.com? The app name is ChargeOver and it was published in 2014 on apps.com What was the main problem you were trying to solve when you first…

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What is Fundera?

What is Fundera?

By QBOchat Admin | February 7, 2017

About Fundera Fundera is a marketplace that enables small business owners to discover the best financial solutions for their business—from loans to credit cards to banking. What is your App’s name, what do you do, & when did you get published on Intuit’s Apps.com? Fundera. Our app currently matches small business owners with their best…

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What is Receipt Bank?

What is Receipt Bank?

By QBOchat Admin | January 31, 2017

About Receipt Bank Receipt Bank is the #1 leading pre-accounting tool for accountants, bookkeepers and small businesses. Eliminate hours of paperwork and manual data entry for more time to focus on what matters. Work smarter, grow faster and go further. What is your App’s name, what do you do, & when did your company start?…

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Cash Basis versus Accrual Basis Financials in QuickBooks Online

Cash Basis Versus Accrual Basis Financials in QuickBooks Online

By Sherrell Martin | January 13, 2017

Understanding your financial statements is key to managing the numbers in your business. In fact, it’s mandatory. One of the main things you need to understand is the difference between your cash basis financial statements and your accrual basis financial statements. You also need to understand what makes them different in your QuickBooks Online file.…

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What is Avalara?

What is Avalara?

By QBOchat Admin | January 11, 2017

About Avalara From the beginning, the Avalara team of revolutionaries has worked day and night to help businesses of all sizes achieve compliance by providing a fast, easy, and accurate way to manage transactional taxes. What is your App’s name, what do you do, & when did you get published on Intuit’s Apps.com? Avalara’s app…

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How To Print Checks in QuickBooks Online

By Cathy Iconis | January 10, 2017

It is super easy to print checks in QuickBooks Online. First, you’ll want to click the + sign in QuickBooks Online. With the new design layout introduced in early 2017, that can now be found on the top right of your screen. Under Vendors, you’ll see the link to “Print Checks”. The next screen will…

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Compliant 1099 Delivery

Compliant 1099 Delivery to Your Recipients

By Tad Milbourn | January 9, 2017

The IRS requires you to deliver 1099 forms to your vendors by January 31st. You may not realize this, but that form is required to be on a physically printed piece of paper. Unless your vendor gives you specific consent otherwise. That requirement doesn’t make a whole lot of sense in our cloud-based digital age.…

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