QuickBooks 2010 For Dummies by Stephen L. Nelson

QuickBooks 2010 For Dummies by Stephen L. Nelson
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QuickBooks 2010 For Dummies by Stephen L. Nelson

The annual update of a perennial bestseller, fully revised for the newest QuickBooks release

QuickBooks is the leading software package for small business accounting, updated each year so it remains cutting-edge. QuickBooks 2010 For Dummies provides all the information you need to start using the newest version in your business.

You'll learn to set up your business accounting functions on QuickBooks and use all the newest features. You'll be able to create budgets, process payroll, manage inventory and invoices, track job costs, balance accounts, and make things easier at tax preparation time.

Shows you, in plain English, how to set up QuickBooks and manage your small business accounting on your own Explains how to set up your business on QuickBooks, create invoices and credit memos, record sales receipts, set up inventory items, and track business credit cards Covers recording and paying bills, printing checks, processing payroll, and preparing payroll taxes Discusses building a budget, going online with QuickBooks, balancing accounts, generating financial reports, simplifying tax return preparation, and backing up data Also explores job estimating, billing, and tracking jobs and invoices

Written by Stephen L. Nelson, author of all previous editions and an experienced CPA, QuickBooks 2010 For Dummies will help you become your own accountant and keep your business in the black.

Editorial Reviews From the Back Cover Spend less time with the books and more time on business

If you're like most small-business people, accounting is the last thing you want to spend lots of time on. This handy guide helps you use QuickBooks to track sales and inventory, build budgets, figure job costs, and much more. Written by a CPA who knows QuickBooks and business, this book will help keep your business in the black.

Why QuickBooks? ! meet Federal business accounting standards, track income and expenses, and know where your business stands

Start here ! set up the software and quickly start creating invoices, reel in the dough, and pay the bills

The goal is profitability ! produce common financial reports and track your progress on a regular basis

Save time with forms ! enter data into QuickBooks once and produce checks, invoices, receipts, and more

Keep cash coming in ! find out what your customers owe, how to reach them, and when to send collection letters

Financial housekeeping ! estimate jobs, check inventory, evaluate fixed assets, and keep all your files straight

Track everything ! keep track of your checkbook, credit card accounts, inventory, payroll, budgets, and all the stuff you'll need for tax preparation

Open the book and find:

How to set up QuickBooks for your business

Quick ways to create invoices and pay bills

Ways to simplify tax preparation

Steps for keeping inventory as you purchase and sell items

How to produce common financial reports

Tips for building the perfect budget

What you need to estimate jobs and track costs

How to handle payroll and withholding

Learn to:

Store and organize all your financial information in one place Build a budget, create invoices, pay bills, and process payroll Manage inventory and track job costs Make tax preparation easier

About the Author Stephen L. Nelson, MBA, CPA provides accounting, business advisory, tax planning, and tax preparation services to small businesses. He belongs to the American Institute of CPAs and holds an MBA in Finance and a Masters in Taxation. His 100-plus books have sold more than four million copies.