QuickBooks 2022 All-in-One For Dummies

 
 
Standards Information Network (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 3. November 2021
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  • 640 Seiten
 
E-Book | PDF mit Adobe-DRM | Systemvoraussetzungen
978-1-119-81722-2 (ISBN)
 
The soup-to-nuts QuickBooks reference that will make your small business life so much simpler!

QuickBooks makes it quick to do your books, and QuickBooks 2022 All-in-One For Dummies makes it easy. The leading small business accounting software will become your best friend, helping you cut costs (no more expensive financial services) and save time, with all your accounting and payroll info in one place. With this value-priced, bestselling reference, you've got access to 8 mini-books that give you the answers you need to make running a small business that much more manageable.

Inside, you'll discover the key features of QuickBooks, plus refresh your memory on double-entry bookkeeping and all the other basics of small business accounting. This jargon-free guide shows you, step-by-step, how to plan your perfect budget, simplify tax returns, manage inventory, create invoices, track costs, generate reports, and accurately check off every other financial task that comes across your desk!



Get the most out of QuickBooks 2022, including all the latest features and updates
Sharpen your finance and accounting know-how with a friendly rundown of the must-knows
Keep yourself in business with a solid budget, a world-class business plan, and clean payroll
Take the headache out of tax time with QuickTime's automated tax preparation

QuickBooks All-in-One 2022 For Dummies is the trusted go-to that will save you time and allow you to focus on the business of running your small business!
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John Wiley & Sons Inc
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978-1-119-81722-2 (9781119817222)

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Stephen L. Nelson, CPA, MBA, is a Certified Public Accountant in Redmond, Washington where he provides accounting, business advisory and tax planning and preparation services to small businesses. He has authored over 100 books about how to use technology to manage personal and business finances.
  • Intro
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Table of Contents
  • Introduction
  • About This Book
  • Foolish Assumptions
  • Icons Used in This Book
  • Beyond the Book
  • Where to Go from Here
  • Book 1 An Accounting Primer
  • Chapter 1 Principles of Accounting
  • The Purpose of Accounting
  • The big picture
  • Managers, investors, and entrepreneurs
  • External creditors
  • Government agencies
  • Business form generation
  • Reviewing the Common Financial Statements
  • The income statement
  • Balance sheet
  • Statement of cash flows
  • Other accounting statements
  • Putting it all together
  • The Philosophy of Accounting
  • Revenue principle
  • Expense principle
  • Matching principle
  • Cost principle
  • Objectivity principle
  • Continuity assumption
  • Unit-of-measure assumption
  • Separate-entity assumption
  • A Few Words about Tax Accounting
  • Chapter 2 Double-Entry Bookkeeping
  • The Fiddle-Faddle Method of Accounting
  • How Double-Entry Bookkeeping Works
  • The accounting model
  • Talking mechanics
  • Almost a Real-Life Example
  • Recording rent expense
  • Recording wages expense
  • Recording supplies expense
  • Recording sales revenue
  • Recording cost of goods sold
  • Recording the payoff of accounts payable
  • Recording the payoff of a loan
  • Calculating account balance
  • Using T-account analysis results
  • A Few Words about How QuickBooks Works
  • Chapter 3 Special Accounting Problems
  • Working with Accounts Receivable
  • Recording a sale
  • Recording a payment
  • Estimating bad-debt expense
  • Removing uncollectible accounts receivable
  • Recording Accounts Payable Transactions
  • Recording a bill
  • Paying a bill
  • Taking some other accounts payable pointers
  • Inventory Accounting
  • Dealing with obsolete inventory
  • Disposing of obsolete inventory
  • Dealing with inventory shrinkage
  • Accounting for Fixed Assets
  • Purchasing a fixed asset
  • Dealing with depreciation
  • Disposing of a fixed asset
  • Recognizing Liabilities
  • Borrowing money
  • Making a loan payment
  • Accruing liabilities
  • Closing Out Revenue and Expense Accounts
  • The traditional close
  • The QuickBooks close
  • One More Thing . . .
  • Book 2 Getting Ready to Use QuickBooks
  • Chapter 1 Setting Up QuickBooks
  • Planning Your New QuickBooks System
  • What accounting does
  • What accounting systems do
  • What QuickBooks does
  • And now for the bad news
  • Installing QuickBooks
  • Dealing with the Presetup Jitters
  • Preparing for setup
  • Seeing what happens during setup
  • Running the QuickBooks Setup Wizard
  • Getting the big welcome
  • Supplying company information
  • Customizing QuickBooks
  • Setting your start date
  • Reviewing the suggested chart of accounts
  • Adding your information to the company file
  • Customers, vendors, and employees
  • Services and inventory items you sell
  • Business bank accounts
  • Identifying the Starting Trial Balance
  • A simple example to start
  • A real-life example to finish
  • Chapter 2 Loading the Master File Lists
  • Setting Up the Chart of Accounts List
  • Setting Up the Item List
  • Working with the Price Level List
  • Using Sales Tax Codes
  • Setting Up a Payroll Item List
  • Setting Up Classes
  • Setting Up a Customer List
  • Setting Up the Vendor List
  • Setting Up a Fixed Assets List
  • Setting Up a Price Level List
  • Setting Up a Billing Rate Level List
  • Setting Up Your Employees
  • Setting Up an Other Names List
  • Setting Up the Profile Lists
  • Chapter 3 Fine-Tuning QuickBooks
  • Accessing the Preferences Settings
  • Setting the Accounting Preferences
  • Using account numbers
  • Setting general accounting options
  • Setting the Bills Preferences
  • Setting the Calendar Preferences
  • Setting the Checking Preferences
  • Changing the Desktop View
  • Setting Finance Charge Calculation Rules
  • Setting General Preferences
  • Controlling Integrated Applications
  • Controlling Inventory
  • Controlling How Jobs and Estimates Work
  • Dealing with Multiple Currencies
  • Starting Integrated Payment Processing
  • Controlling How Payroll Works
  • Telling QuickBooks How Reminders Should Work
  • Specifying Reports & Graphs Preferences
  • Setting Sales & Customers Preferences
  • Specifying How Sales Are Taxed
  • Setting the Search Preferences
  • Setting the Send Forms Preferences
  • Fine-Tuning the Service Connection
  • Controlling Spell Checking
  • Controlling How 1099 Tax Reporting Works
  • Setting Time & Expenses Preferences
  • Book 3 Bookkeeping Chores
  • Chapter 1 Invoicing Customers
  • Choosing an Invoice Form
  • Customizing an Invoice Form
  • Choosing a template to customize
  • Reviewing the Additional Customization options
  • Moving on to Basic Customization
  • Working with the Layout Designer tool
  • Working with the web-based Forms Customization tool
  • Invoicing a Customer
  • Billing for Time
  • Using a weekly time sheet
  • Timing single activities
  • Including billable time on an invoice
  • Printing Invoices
  • Emailing Invoices
  • Recording Sales Receipts
  • Recording Credit Memos
  • Receiving Customer Payments
  • Assessing Finance Charges
  • Setting up finance-charge rules
  • Calculating finance charges
  • Using Odds and Ends on the Customers Menu
  • Chapter 2 Paying Vendors
  • Creating a Purchase Order
  • Creating a real purchase order
  • Using some purchase order tips and tricks
  • Recording the Receipt of Items
  • Simultaneously Recording the Receipt and the Bill
  • Entering a Bill
  • If you haven't previously recorded an item receipt
  • If you have previously recorded an item receipt
  • Paying Bills
  • Reviewing the Other Vendor Menu Commands
  • Vendor Center
  • Sales Tax menu commands
  • Inventory Activities menu commands
  • Print/E-file 1099s
  • Item List
  • Chapter 3 Tracking Inventory and Items
  • Looking at Your Item List
  • Using the Item Code column
  • Using the Item List window
  • Using inventory reports
  • Adding Items to the Item List
  • Adding an item: Basic steps
  • Adding a service item
  • Adding an inventory part
  • Adding a noninventory part
  • Adding an other-charge item
  • Adding a subtotal item
  • Adding a group item
  • Adding a discount item
  • Adding a payment item
  • Adding a sales tax item
  • Setting up a sales tax group
  • Adding custom fields to items
  • Editing Items
  • Adjusting physical counts and inventory values
  • Adjusting prices and price levels
  • Using the Change Item Prices command
  • Using price levels
  • Enabling advanced pricing
  • Managing Inventory in a Manufacturing Firm
  • Handling manufactured inventory the simple way
  • Performing inventory accounting in QuickBooks
  • Managing multiple inventory locations
  • Chapter 4 Managing Cash and Bank Accounts
  • Writing Checks
  • Recording and printing a check
  • Customizing the check form
  • Making Bank Deposits
  • Transferring Money between Bank Accounts
  • Working with the Register
  • Recording register transactions
  • Using Register window commands and buttons
  • Using Edit Menu Commands
  • Reconciling the Bank Account
  • Reviewing the Other Banking Commands
  • Order Checks & Envelopes command
  • Enter Credit Card Charges command
  • Bank Feeds command
  • Loan Manager command
  • Other Names list
  • Chapter 5 Paying Employees
  • Setting Up Payroll
  • Signing up for a payroll service
  • Setting up employees
  • Setting up year-to-date amounts
  • Checking your payroll setup data
  • Scheduling Payroll Runs
  • Paying Employees
  • Editing and Voiding Paychecks
  • Paying Payroll Liabilities
  • Book 4 Accounting Chores
  • Chapter 1 For Accountants Only
  • Working with QuickBooks Journal Entries
  • Recording a journal entry
  • Reversing a journal entry
  • Editing journal entries
  • Updating Company Information
  • Working with Memorized Transactions
  • Reviewing the Accountant & Taxes Reports
  • Creating an Accountant's Copy of the QuickBooks Data File
  • Creating an accountant's copy
  • Handling the accountant's copy manually
  • Sending the accountant's copy electronically
  • Using an accountant's copy
  • Reusing an accountant's copy
  • Exporting client changes
  • Importing accountant's changes
  • Canceling accountant's changes
  • Troubleshooting accountant's copy transfers
  • Using the Client Data Review Commands
  • Chapter 2 Preparing Financial Statements and Reports
  • Some Wise Words Up Front
  • Producing a Report
  • Working with the Report Window
  • Working with Report window buttons
  • Using the Report window controls
  • Modifying a Report
  • Using the Display tab
  • Using the Filters tab
  • Using the Header/Footer tab
  • Formatting fonts and numbers
  • Processing Multiple Reports
  • A Few Words about Document Retention
  • Chapter 3 Preparing a Budget
  • Reviewing Common Budgeting Tactics
  • Top-line budgeting
  • Zero-based budgeting
  • Benchmarking
  • Putting it all together
  • Taking a Practical Approach to Budgeting
  • Using the Set Up Budgets Window
  • Creating a new budget
  • Working with an existing budget
  • Managing with a Budget
  • Some Wrap-Up Comments on Budgeting
  • Chapter 4 Using Activity-Based Costing
  • Reviewing Traditional Overhead Allocation
  • Understanding How ABC Works
  • The ABC product-line income statement
  • ABC in a small firm
  • Implementing a Simple ABC System
  • Seeing How QuickBooks Supports ABC
  • Turning On Class Tracking
  • Using Classes for ABC
  • Setting up your classes
  • Classifying revenue amounts
  • Classifying expense amounts
  • Making after-the-fact classifications
  • Producing ABC reports
  • Chapter 5 Setting Up Project and Job Costing Systems
  • Setting Up a QuickBooks Job
  • Tracking Job or Project Costs
  • Job Cost Reporting
  • Using Job Estimates
  • Progress Billing
  • Book 5 Financial Management
  • Chapter 1 Ratio Analysis
  • Some Caveats about Ratio Analysis
  • Liquidity Ratios
  • Current ratio
  • Acid-test ratio
  • Leverage Ratios
  • Debt ratio
  • Debt equity ratio
  • Times interest earned ratio
  • Fixed-charges coverage ratio
  • Activity Ratios
  • Inventory turnover ratio
  • Days of inventory ratio
  • Average collection period ratio
  • Fixed-asset turnover ratio
  • Total-assets turnover ratio
  • Profitability Ratios
  • Gross margin percentage
  • Operating income/sales
  • Profit margin percentage
  • Return on assets
  • Return on equity
  • Chapter 2 Economic Value Added Analysis
  • Introducing the Logic of EVA
  • Seeing EVA in Action
  • An example of EVA
  • Another example of EVA
  • Reviewing Some Important Points about EVA
  • Using EVA When Your Business Has Debt
  • The first example of the modified EVA formula
  • Another EVA with debt example
  • Presenting Two Final Pointers
  • And Now, a Word to My Critics
  • Chapter 3 Capital Budgeting in a Nutshell
  • Introducing the Theory of Capital Budgeting
  • The big thing is the return
  • One little thing is maturity
  • Another little thing is risk
  • The bottom line
  • Calculating the Rate of Return on Capital
  • Calculating the investment amount
  • Estimating the net cash flows
  • Calculating the return
  • Measuring Liquidity
  • Thinking about Risk
  • What Does All This Have to Do with QuickBooks?
  • Book 6 Business Plans
  • Chapter 1 Profit-Volume-Cost Analysis
  • Seeing How Profit-Volume-Cost Analysis Works
  • Calculating Break-Even Points
  • Using Real QuickBooks Data for Profit-Volume-Cost Analysis
  • Sales revenue
  • Gross margin percentage
  • Fixed costs
  • Recognizing the Downside of the Profit-Volume-Cost Model
  • Using the Profit-Volume-Cost Analysis Workbook
  • Collecting your inputs
  • Understanding the Break-Even Analysis Forecast
  • Understanding the Profit-Volume Forecast
  • Looking at the profit-volume-cost charts
  • Chapter 2 Creating a Business Plan Forecast
  • Reviewing Financial Statements and Ratios
  • Using the Business Plan Workbook
  • Understanding the Workbook Calculations
  • Forecasting inputs
  • Balance Sheet
  • Common Size Balance Sheet
  • Income Statement
  • Common Size Income Statement
  • Cash Flow Statement
  • Financial Ratios Table
  • Customizing the Starter Workbook
  • Changing the number of periods
  • Performing ratio analysis on existing financial statements
  • Calculating taxes for a current net loss before taxes
  • Combining this workbook with other workbooks
  • Chapter 3 Writing a Business Plan
  • What the Term "Business Plan" Means
  • A Few Words about Strategic Plans
  • Cost strategies
  • Differentiated products or services strategies
  • Focus strategies
  • Look, Ma: No Strategy
  • Two comments about tactics
  • Six final strategy pointers
  • A White-Paper Business Plan
  • A New-Venture Plan
  • Is the new venture's product or service feasible?
  • Does the market want the product or service?
  • Can the product or service be profitably sold?
  • Is the return on the venture adequate for prospective investors?
  • Can existing management run the business?
  • Some final thoughts
  • Book 7 Care and Maintenance
  • Chapter 1 Administering QuickBooks
  • Keeping Your Data Confidential
  • Using Windows security
  • Using QuickBooks security
  • Using QuickBooks in a Multiuser Environment
  • Setting up additional QuickBooks users
  • Changing user rights in Enterprise Solutions
  • Changing user rights in QuickBooks Pro and Premier
  • Using Audit Trails
  • Enabling Simultaneous Multiuser Access
  • Maintaining Good Accounting Controls
  • Chapter 2 Protecting Your Data
  • Backing Up the QuickBooks Data File
  • Backing-up basics
  • What about online backup?
  • Some backup tactics
  • Restoring a QuickBooks Data File
  • Condensing the QuickBooks Company Files
  • Cleanup basics
  • Some cleanup and archiving strategies
  • Chapter 3 Troubleshooting
  • Using the QuickBooks Help File and This Book
  • Browsing Intuit's Product-Support Website
  • Checking Another Vendor's Product-Support Website
  • Tapping into Intuit's Online and Expert Communities
  • When All Else Fails . . .
  • Book 8 Appendixes
  • A A Crash Course in Excel
  • Starting Excel
  • Stopping Excel
  • Explaining Excel's Workbooks
  • Putting Text, Numbers, and Formulas in Cells
  • Writing Formulas
  • Scrolling through Big Workbooks
  • Copying and Cutting Cell Contents
  • Copying cell contents
  • Moving cell contents
  • Moving and copying formulas
  • Formatting Cell Contents
  • Recognizing That Functions Are Simply Formulas
  • Saving and Opening Workbooks
  • Saving a workbook
  • Opening a workbook
  • Printing Excel Workbooks
  • One Other Thing to Know
  • Appendix B Government Web Resources for Businesses
  • Bureau of Economic Analysis
  • Finding information at the BEA website
  • Downloading a BEA publication
  • Uncompressing a BEA publication
  • Using a BEA publication
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • Finding information at the BLS website
  • Using BLS information
  • Census Bureau
  • Finding information at the Census Bureau website
  • Using the Census Bureau's publications
  • Using the Census Bureau search engine
  • Using the Census Bureau Subjects index
  • Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Finding information through EDGAR
  • Searching the EDGAR database
  • Federal Reserve
  • Finding information at the Federal Reserve website
  • Using the Federal Reserve website's information
  • Government Publishing Office
  • Information available at the GPO website
  • Searching the GPO database
  • Internal Revenue Service
  • Appendix C Glossary of Accounting and Financial Terms
  • Index
  • EULA

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