Archive for December, 2009
Intuit has released the QuickBooks 2010 R5 update to manual update, and probably to automatic update later today. This update includes the features I talked about from the short lived R4 update a few weeks ago, without the sales tax bug that was introduced. Let me summarize the “revision mania” here. Then I’ll talk about […]
My apologies for ANOTHER article on product updates, but things have been changing fast in the past few days and I want to summarize what is going on. The primary focus here is on sales tax in the 2009 and 2010 desktop versions of QuickBook.
Some early notes on the R4 release for QuickBooks 2010, which is now available. I have to say, I’m getting tired of updates, AND I’m getting tired of updates that come in December when work schedules are more complicated and things are getting more frenetic as we approach the end of the year.
A quick note about an upcoming release of QuickBooks 2009 – the R10 release. This should be ready on December 15. This should fix the problem with the sales tax report as I talked about in an earlier article. Please note that I have not tested this at this time (it isn’t generally available). Update […]
Sometimes you want to be able to see a listing of all of the inventory adjustments made over a period of time. This may be helpful when trying to audit your inventory usage. The steps for getting this kind of information out of QuickBooks aren’t all that obvious, so I’ll give you some tips here.
According to this Intuit KB article, there is a problem with the R9 update of QuickBooks 2009 that relates to sales tax. The article says that some Sales Tax reports are not displaying correctly. This affects the Sales Tax Liability and Sales Tax Revenue reports. If you work with sales tax in QuickBooks these are […]
Is there a problem with the QuickBooks 2009 R9 update? The update was released to Manual Update in late November, and was released to Automatic Update just recently. Ever since the start of the Automatic Update came out, a very large number of messages about problems started popping up in the Intuit Community Forum. As […]
It is an unfortunate part of doing business, but sometimes you find that you have to put a customer on credit hold. In QuickBooks it can be difficult to prevent your order entry staff from creating an invoice for a customer who you have placed on hold. Today I’ll talk a bit about ways to manage […]