If you’re in search of tips and techniques to help you make more money in your accounting practice, stay on top of new and ever-changing technology, and get a huge competitive advantage in the marketplace, then you’ll want to be at the Event of the Year! Sandi Smith Leyva and I are revealing all sorts… Read More »
It's really easy to convert (or migrate) a QuickBooks desktop (QuickBooks Pro / Premier) file to QuickBooks Online. Just a few clicks and it's done. However, there are important things to consider and clean up BEFORE you convert the file to QuickBooks Online (QBO). Check out this quick video for details:
The Freedom in the Cloud events helped accounting professionals learn about the benefits of working in the cloud, the Cloud ProAdvisor Program, the new QuickBooks Online and more. Now, Intuit Academy is sponsoring the Success in the Cloud webinar series with Michelle Long to help accounting professionals take it to the next level. QuickBooks … Continue Reading ››
Keyboard shortcuts can be a time saver when you are working in QuickBooks so I’m happy to share keyboard shortcuts for QuickBooks Online (QBO). Plus, you can use my One Click Trick in QuickBooks Online to create your own ‘icon bar’ to access things you use most frequently with just one click. The keyboard shortcuts… Read More »
Just a quick reminder that tomorrow (Feb. 15) is the deadline for the early bird rate for the award winning Ultimate Accounting vCon, hosted by two popular accounting industry thought leaders, Michelle Long and Sandi Smith Leyva. If you haven’t already registered, then now’s the time to lock in your discounted rate.
Congratulations to Intuit for being named #8 on Fortune’s Best Companies to work for. This is the 13th consecutive year Intuit has appeared on the list which is a great accomplishment. Listen to Intuit’s CEO Brad Smith’s message to employees and learn 13 things you may … Continue Reading ››
Billing rates are important whether you are just starting your own CPA, accounting or bookkeeping firm or have been in business for years. If your rates are too low, then you’re leaving money on the table and it can be difficult to increase rates later. If you set … Continue Reading ››