QuickBooks 2004 For Dummies

QuickBooks 2004 For Dummies

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Build your business, create a budget, and pay your bills. Improve your business processes while making accounting and financial management easy. Drowning in debits and credits? Bogged down in bags of paperwork? It's time to break free of the daily accounting grind and focus on making your business grow! With this book to help, "QuickBooks 2004" will get your finances in order so you can get down to business. Stephen L. Nelson, MBA, CPA provides accounting, business advisory, and tax preparation and planning services to small businesses. He is the author of over 100 books on computer and business topics.This title features: the dummies way explanations in plain English; 'get in, get out' information; icons and other navigational aids; tear-out cheat sheet; top ten lists; and, a dash of humor and fun. This title helps you to discover how to: balance your books and print checks; generate comprehensive financial reports; design your own invoices and statements; determine which customers owe money; and, estimate projects and track expenses.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 198.12 x 233.68 x 22.86mm | 476.27g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • 0764555251
  • 9780764555251

Table of contents

Introduction.Part I: You Gotta Start Someplace.Chapter 1: The Big Interview.Chapter 2: Lots of Lists.Chapter 3: Sharing QuickBooks Files.Part II: Daily Chores.Chapter 4: Invoices and Credit Memos.Chapter 5: Reeling In the Dough.Chapter 6: Paying Bills.Chapter 7: Inventory Magic.Chapter 8: Keeping Your Checkbook.Chapter 9: Paying with Plastic.Part III: Stuff You Do Every So Often.Chapter 10: Check Printing 101.Chapter 11: Online with QuickBooks.Chapter 12: Payroll.Chapter 13: The Balancing Act.Chapter 14: Reporting On the State of Affairs.Chapter 15: QuickBooks Dirty Work.Chapter 16: Building the Perfect Budget.Part IV: The Part of Tens.Chapter 17: (Almost) Ten Knowledge Nuggets about Web-ifying Your Business.Chapter 18: (Almost) Ten Tips for Business Owners.Chapter 19: Tips for Handling (Almost) Ten Tricky Situations.Chapter 20: (Almost) Ten Little Ideas for Saving Big on Business Taxes.Chapter 21: (Almost) Ten Secret Business Formulas.Part V: Appendixes.Appendix A: Installing QuickBooks in Ten Easy Steps.Appendix B: If Numbers Are Your Friends.Appendix C: Project Estimating, Billing, and Tracking.Index.
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About Stephen L. Nelson

Stephen L. Nelson, MBA, CPA, has a simple purpose in life: He wants to help you (and people like you) manage your business finances by using computers. Oh, sure, this personal mandate won't win him a Nobel Prize or anything, but it's his own little contribution to the world. Steve's education and experiences mesh nicely with his special purpose. He has a B.S. in accounting and an MBA in finance. He's a CPA in Redmond, Washington. He used to work as a senior consultant and CPA with Arthur Andersen & Co. (er, yeah, that Arthur Andersen - but hey it was 20 years ago). Steve, whose books have sold more than 4 million copies in English and have been translated into 11 other languages, is also the bestselling author of Quicken 2003 For Dummies (from Wiley Publishing, Inc.).
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