• Apr 30

    Do you know which of your client projects are most profitable?

    How about an easy way to put together accurate, professional quotes for your customers?

    These are just a couple of the many ways Estimates in QuickBooks can be used to improve your operations and efficiency. Learn how to use them quickly and easily in this mini-lesson.

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  • Jan 13

    As if we didn't have enough taxes to keep up with!

    Yep, Use Tax is a little-known tax that many small businesses need to put on their radar. Most states and some city governments are putting plans in place to “cracking down” on unpaid Use Tax, and they are starting by hitting businesses hard.

    In this week's video lesson you'll not only learn about what Use Tax is, but how to protect yourself from getting a nasty back tax bill that could even include penalties and/or an audit.

    The old saying fits here: Fore warned is fore armed.

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    Do you do business on the Internet? If so, you are also a target for Use Tax. The state governments are even working together as you read this to find a way to capture the lost revenue from Internet sales. So keep an eye on your state's tax laws during the coming year.

    Share your thoughts, questions, comments, experience (outrage), or tips below on the topic of Use Tax.

    I'm always glad to hear from you….even if it is to grumble. 😉

    ~Gabrielle

  • Oct 23

    If you have to collect sales tax, then QuickBooks can help make the task and easy one….if you know the right steps to follow.

    In today's lesson, we'll save you the unnecessary frustration I see so many QuickBooks users face when trying to collect and pay sales tax. But you'll learn how to make tracking your sales tax an absolute cinch.

    In just 12 minutes (yes, I went a little overtime this week), you'll get a great start in doing sales tax right!

    But if you have specific questions about handling sales tax in your situation, be sure to post them below.

    Here's to your success with sales tax!

    ~Gabrielle

  • Sep 20

    The first QB QuickTip is about one of the most common situations in EVERY small business! That's when personal funds and business funds collide.

    In this case, it is when the owner pays for a business expense out of his or her own pocket and then it needs to be captured by the business. And assuming that the owner is NOT just going to leave his personal funds in the business, today we'll show how you can….

    1. Easily track any business expenses paid out of pocket

    2. How you can get the money back (if you are the owner who is shelling out the money)

    ==> Click Here to watch the demo video

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    I welcome your comments and suggestions.

    As I experiment with the video technology, the visual quality of the videos will be refined and improved, and of course, your feedback is welcome both regarding content and delivery! 🙂

    ~Gabrielle

Author

    Gabrielle Fontaine, PB

    Gabrielle Fontaine, PB is an Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor who specializes in QuickBooks software training and consulting with small business owners exclusively via the Internet

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