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How Many Transactions Can QuickBooks Really Handle?

Posted October 25, 2012 by Wyn Solutions  |  2 comments
QuickBooks , QuickBooks Enterprise , Tips Tricks & How-Tos

THIS ARTICLE on the QuickBooks support site states: "QuickBooks can handle a maximum of 2 billion transactions. Typically, the maximum is limited more by your computer's hard disk space than by QuickBooks."  The support article also shows list limitations, and then goes on to provide a means of approximating data file... [Details]


QuickBooks 2013 New Features (Pro & Premier 2013 and Enterprise v13.0)

Posted October 16, 2012 by Wyn Solutions
General Product Info & Announcements , QuickBooks , QuickBooks Enterprise , Tips Tricks & How-Tos

Intuit released their 2013 versions of the QuickBooks software a few weeks ago.  This article gives our opinion on who should upgrade, discusses the new features you may want to stay away from, and highlights those features that you'll definitely want to take a look at as soon as possible.  This article covers QuickBooks Enterprise, QuickBooks Premier,... [Details]


Google Apps: Enterprise-Class Email, Calendar, Docs, and More

Posted August 30, 2012 by Wyn Solutions
General Product Info & Announcements , Google Apps , Tips Tricks & How-Tos

In the past, the vast majority of small and large companies have looked to Microsoft Exchange and Outlook to provide email and calendaring for the organization, but more recently, Google has attempted to revolutionize this space with Google Apps. The product has evolved very quickly and has an enormous amount... [Details]


Google Apps and the New Method CRM Gmail Gadget

Posted August 07, 2012 by Wyn Solutions
General Product Info & Announcements , Google Apps , Method CRM , Tips Tricks & How-Tos

We have set up many customers on Google Apps and also use it in our company for email, calendaring, document collaboration, and much more.  Its a robust collaboration tool that can be used in small and large companies alike.  With many businesses utilizing Google Apps for email, calendaring, document collaboration, and... [Details]




Why QuickBooks Data File Analysis and Data File Check Ups are Important

Posted March 01, 2012 by Wyn Solutions  |  1 comment
QuickBooks , QuickBooks Enterprise , Tips Tricks & How-Tos

Like most databases, QuickBooks data files need periodic maintenance performed to avoid corruption of the data, and to ensure optimal processing of transactions and reports.  On newer engagements, we often find QuickBooks datafiles in dire need of maintenance and on the brink of irreversable corruption in the file.  Some of the tell-tale... [Details]



Receiving a Refund from a Vendor in QuickBooks (with Video Tutorial)

Posted January 24, 2012 by Wyn Solutions  |  25 comments
QuickBooks , QuickBooks Enterprise , Tips Tricks & How-Tos

A frequently asked question: How do I record a refund received from a vendor in QuickBooks? I deposited this refund into my bank account... The Problem: The deposit window can be used to record of any funds received for deposit including refunds, but doesn't include an item column for inventory and units on hand tracking purposes, and doesn't include a customer / job column for job costing purposes. Also, if you've previously entered a bill credit to account for the inventory, making an entry in the deposit window using the associated expense account will not be applied against the vendor account, leaving the credit on the account unapplied. The Solutions: (Skip to the bottom of this page for a video tutorial) Option 1 - If you're not using QuickBooks to track job costing, AND aren't using items to track on hand quantities for inventory tracking purposes, AND are on the cash basis of accounting for reporting purposes, just use the deposit window to record the refund. Note the vendor name in the "Received From" column and use the expense account that was used on the original bill or check. If you plan to use this option, be sure you understand the reporting implications or check with your accountant if needed. Click here to Contact Us if you think we could help too. Option 2 - If you do use QuickBooks to track job costing, are using items to track on hand quantities for inventory tracking purposes, or are using the accrual basis of accounting for reporting purposes, follow these steps to record the refund: