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Get up and running with QuickBooks Online so you can manage business finances in the cloud, anywhere you go. Bonnie Biafore shows business managers who are new to QuickBooks and old hands making the leap to the online edition how to pay bills on time, collect the money earned, and run reports to see how the company is performing. Plus, discover how to set up customers, vendors, products, and services; record transactions; reconcile bank statements; and pay sales tax.
Hi, I'm Bonnie Biafore. Welcome to Up and Running with QuickBooks Online. QuickBooks Online helps you track and manage your company's finances. You can record the bills you have to pay and create customer invoices for what they owe you. Then the software can help you pay your bills on time and collect all the money you've earned. You can download bank transactions and reconcile your bank accounts so you know exactly how much cash you have in the bank.
And you can run reports to see how your company's doing. I don't cover every feature in the software. Instead, I focus on the features you'll turn to most often. With those records in place, you can review your financial results and run reports to see how you can do even better. Maybe you've just started a new company and you're ready to track your finances with QuickBooks Online. Maybe you're an old hand with a QuickBooks desktop program making the leap to the online edition. Either way, I'll guide you through the basics of keeping your books with QuickBooks Online.
So without further ado, let's get started with Up and Running with QuickBooks Online.
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