Showing posts from October, 2013

Easy Keyboard Commands For QuickBooks Online!

Here are some keyboard commands that will help you get your work done faster! Which means more play time for you! To Enter Dates: Next Day + (plus key) Previous Day - (minus key) Today   T First Day of the Week W Last Day of the Week K First day of the month M Last day of the month H First day of the year Y Last day of the year R Press Alt + Down arrow  to open the popup calender icon to the right of a Date field. To do a calculation in a Amount or Rate field, enter the calculations (ex. 123.45*1.05) and press Tab. QuickBooks Online will calculate and enter the result!  To save a form or a transaction, type Alt +S ( Alt + Shift +S in Firefox)  If you have any questions or concerns about QuickBooks we are always happy to help! Got a Quickbooks Mess? Call the QuickBooks Gal! 775-348-9225

Nevada Modified Business Tax Form – Do You Have the Right Form?

If you are a Nevada employer you should be aware that the Modified BusinessTax Quarterly Payroll Form has new limits that affect the Taxable Wages. Please be sure you are using the new form where line 6 is now required to be greater than $85,000.00  The new form should look like this: Previously, the upper limit for exempted wages was $62,500.00 – if you use this form, you will be overpaying and will be sent a notice from the Department of Taxation that you have overpaid and have a credit balance that you can apply next quarter.  Got a QuickBooks Mess? Call the QuickBooks Gal! 775-348-9225

Recent Changes and Improvements in QuickBooks 2014 and Enterprise 14.0

There has been changes, improvement, and even fixes were made to QuickBooks Pro 2014, QuickBooks Premier 2014, and Enterprise Solutions 14.0. Follow this link to find out all the amazing changes that have been made in your favorite QuickBooks! Got a QuickBooks Mess? Call the QuickBooks Gal! 775-348-9225  We are always ready to answer any questions or concerns! 

How To: Work In Multiple Companies at Once With QuickBooks Online!

With QuickBooks Online you can work any time, any where. Even on the beach! So what happens when you need to work in multiple companies? Well with QuickBooks Online it only allows you to work in one company file at a time. No matter how many tabs or windows you open.  But if you open different browsers you will be able to open a different company in each browser. QuickBooks Online works with FireFox, Chrome, and Safari on Mac and PC. So if you have open FireFox and Chrome open on your computer you will be able to work with two different companies, at the same time! To do this, run the Client List ( in each one of the browsers you have open. Go to the Client List in each browser, and click the link to the QuickBooks Online company you want to view in that specific browser.  If you make changes to client information in one browser you might need to refresh the Client List page in the other browsers.  With QuickBooks Online you can take your business anywhere you

Where Do You Mail Your Filing Form 941?

It's that time of year again! So where exactly do you send you Filing Form 941? The QuickBooks Gal is here to help! Mail the Form 941 to the Department of the Treasure, Internal Revenue Service at the address indicated below:

Additional Medicare Tax User Guide for QuickBooks

With the new Medicare, Affordable Care Act, beginning tax year 2013 a new additional Medicare Tax of 0.9 percent applies to the individuals’ Medicare taxable wages, compensation or self-employment income that exceeds certain threshold amounts based on their filing status. How does that impact you? Beginning January 1, 2013, employers are responsible for withholding the Additional Medicare Tax from Medicare taxable wages and compensation paid to an employee in excess of $200,000 in a calendar year. In December 2012, Intuit released a new Payroll Update (21301) that included support for a new payroll tax item, Medicare Employee Addl Tax. If you pay wages in 2013 or later to employees who are subject to Medicare tax (regardless of whether you think you will ever pay any of them over $200,000), you must set up this new payroll tax item. This lets QuickBooks handle tracking, calculating, withholding, and reporting the Additional Medicare Tax appropriately and automatically so you don