QuickBooks logic when entering

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ralph124cf
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QuickBooks logic when entering

Post by ralph124cf » Fri Sep 15, 2017 5:03 pm

I have been using Quicken for personal finances and QuickBooks for two small businesses for almost twenty years. It seems that Quicken is getting buggier, and support is pretty much non-existent, so I am considering switching entirely to QuickBoods Pro for everything.

I do follow QuickBooks logic for entering things, that is do not get a check and enter it, instead create a customer (Social Security), make an invoice to the customer, (Social Security), receive payment against the invoice, and then deposit the payment.

Don't just write a check for a bill, first create a vendor, enter the bill from the vendor, then pay the bill, then print the check.

Has anybody else done this?

How did it work?

I have searched the WIKI, but the answer does not really seem to be there.

Thanks,

Ralph

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