Accounts Payable in QuickBooks 2011

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How to Create a Purchase Order in QuickBooks 2011

The purchase orders you create with QuickBooks serve a simple purpose: They tell vendors that you want to purchase some item. In fact, a purchase order [more…]

How to Enter a Bill in QuickBooks 2011

If you told QuickBooks during the setup process that you want to track unpaid bills, also known as accounts payable, you can enter bills as you receive them. As you do this, QuickBooks keeps track of the [more…]

How to Pay Bills in QuickBooks 2011

If you use QuickBooks to keep track of the bills that you owe, you don't use the Write Checks window to record the bills that you want to pay. Rather, you tell QuickBooks to display a list of these unpaid [more…]

How to Write a Check with QuickBooks 2011

Obviously, any business writes checks — to pay bills and to pay employees. QuickBooks 2011 includes a command and a window specifically for the purpose of recording and possibly printing checks. To record [more…]

How to Customize Check Forms in QuickBooks 2011

Before you write your checks in QuickBooks, you might decide that you want to personalize them a little. You might want your checks to reflect the look of your business. For example, QuickBooks gives you [more…]

How to Set Up Basic Payroll with QuickBooks 2011

To set up do-it-yourself payroll with QuickBooks 2011, you step through a Web-based interview. To start this interview, choose Employees→Payroll→Order Payroll Service. QuickBooks displays the Intuit QuickBooks [more…]

How to Pay Employees with QuickBooks 2011

With the Basic Payroll option QuickBooks offers, you do most of the work yourself, and you don't pay very much for your payroll processing. After you've set up the QuickBooks payroll processing capability [more…]

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