This guide to Quickbooks 99 contains task-oriented chapters, productive coverage of the basics, and in-depth understanding of the more advanced topics.
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Kathy Ivens knows what QuickBooks really is. It's the entire management information system for thousands of small and mid-sized businesses around the world. The software is up to the job, but the challenge is for managers to learn how to use it without taking too much time away from their duties. That's where QuickBooks 99: The Official Guide comes in. This tutorial and reference explains all the accounting and reporting features in QuickBooks 99 and QuickBooks Pro 99.
You won't want to read this book from cover to cover--it's not structured for that sort of approach, and who has the time? Rather, you'll want to use the index to look up the subjects that interest you. Most tasks have sections dedicated to them, each with a combination of explanatory prose, screen shots and step-by-step procedures. Throughout, Ivens--who received help during the writing process from a tax accountant--includes business advice in addition to her software documentation. While her QuickBooks examples are contrived, the business recommendations--encapsulated in readable miniature case studies--are valuable. --David Wall
Topics covered: Accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, inventory, tax accounting, budgeting, job estimates, reporting, transferring accounting records to the software for the first time and coverage of time tracking.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill Osborne Media, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0072120037