Showing posts from 2014

QuickBooks 2015 Enterprise Only Shows Total on Forms' Last Page

A lot of people create invoices that are composed of several pages, until now QuickBooks posts the ‘footer information’ on every page. This setting is NOT global; rather it is unique to each specific template. Hiding the total details until the last page creates a more professional, clean communication of details on forms that are provided to customers or vendors.     This new feature setting is found on the Print tab of the Additional Customization settings in the Layout Designer. From the menu bar, select Lists , Templates ; from the list of templates displayed, select the template you wish to customize and from the Templates drop-down list, select Edit Template. Click the Additional Customization button, and select the Print Tab .Check the box for the option to Only show Total on the last page . Cited from William "Bill" Murphy Have a QuickBooks Mess? Call the QuickBooks Gal today at 775-348-

How to know when to classify an employee?

While reading the Vegas Inc November 30-December 6 edition we found this article that is worth sharing written by Anthony Golden. Nevada employers often are faced with the decision of whether to classify workers as independent contractors or employees, in an effort to save money on taxes and limit liability. Typically, employers don’t have to pay independent contractors minimum wage or overtime, and those workers can’t claim rights under federal or state discrimination laws. The Nevada Supreme Court recently adopted the federal economic realities test to determine under Nevada wage laws whether someone is an independent contractor or employee. Criteria include: ·          The degree to which the person’s work is controlled by the organization. ·          The individual’s investment in facilities and equipment, if any ·          The individual’s opportunities for profit or loss, if any ·          Whether the service rendered requires a special skill ·    

Redesigned Reminders in QuickBooks 2015

New in all versions of QuickBooks for 2015 is the ability to organize items in the Reminders Preference to view in a simplified list which conveniently groups today's tasks and reminders separate from upcoming reminders. As you can see in the figure on the right side above, today's reminders are on one side, and the upcoming reminders are on the opposite side.  That's way better than in prior versions of QuickBooks.   Notice that each portion of the reminder window has a number in parenthesis which represents the total number of items associated with each section.  Click on each section to expand the view to show every item, or click again to show the summary view. One other feature that is particularly nice is the ability to add a 'to do' right from the reminders window simply by clicking the plus (+) icon.  That's 'way cool'. To access this feature begin at the Icon notification on the right of the icon bar , from the menu bar, select C

Year-End Tax Table Update!

Have questions about the end of year and how to get ready for taxes? Call the QuickBooks Gal today at 775-348-9225!