The receive payment transaction subsequent batched

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The receive payment transaction, subsequent batched bank-deposit transaction, and even the merchant service-fee transactions are all automatically recorded in QuickBooks Online QuickBooks Payments is unique in allowing the merchant to get paid, and recording the accounting too
Intuit Confidential and ProprietarySetting up QuickBooks Payments
Intuit Confidential and ProprietarySetting up QuickBooks Payments
Intuit Confidential and ProprietarySetting up QuickBooks Payments
Intuit Confidential and ProprietarySetting up QuickBooks Payments
Intuit Confidential and ProprietarySetting up QuickBooks Payments
Intuit Confidential and ProprietarySetting up QuickBooks Payments
Intuit Confidential and ProprietarySetting up QuickBooks Payments
Intuit Confidential and ProprietaryProAdvisor TipSetting up QuickBooks Payments is a great way to streamline the invoicing and payments process for your client.Best Practices include:The accountant should not be primary owner of the client’s Merchant Services accountSigning up for the Merchant Services account includes accepting an agreement (client should accept, not the accountant)
Intuit Confidential and ProprietaryConnecting to an existing QuickBooks Payments accountYou can connect the existing merchant services account to your client’s QuickBooks Online company by calling Intuit Merchant Services at 1-800-558-9558This works for: QuickBooks Payments accountsGoPaymentQuickBooks Merchant Services,Intuit Merchant ServicesIntuit Check Solution
Module: Setting up clientsAdvanced settingsCourse: US QBO Core Certification
Intuit Confidential and ProprietaryLearning outcomesAdvanced settings1)Recognize how to set advanced settings that are appropriate to the client’s needs2)State that once multi-currency is enabled, it can’t be disabledIn this lesson, you’ll learn how to:
Intuit Confidential and ProprietaryAdvanced settings to suit your client
Intuit Confidential and ProprietaryAdvanced settings to suit your client
Intuit Confidential and ProprietaryChanging advanced settings
Module: Setting up clients22/02/2018Chart of accountsCourse: US QBO Core Certification
Intuit Confidential and ProprietaryLearning outcomesChart of accounts1)Identify reasons for making changes to the default Chart of Accounts2)State how to manually add items to the Chart of AccountsBy the end of this lesson, you’ll be able to:
Intuit Confidential and ProprietaryWhat is the Chart of accounts?The Chart of Accounts is a list of the categories QuickBooks uses to summarize money movement from a company’s financial statements.There are five basic types of accounts: IncomeExpense Asset Liability Equity
Intuit Confidential and ProprietaryThe Chart of AccountsSome accounts in the Chart of Accounts are essential to the functionality of QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks sets them up for you:The A/R and A/P accounts are required for invoices and bills

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