Beaton Accounting Newsletter

Monthly Newsletter Vol. 2, Issue 10. October 2011

Classes or Types? When to Use Them

As a parent, you know your children are precious — and as a parent, you also know just how different your children can be. One needs your constant attention, and the other prefers their space.

Jobs and clients can be the same. One may be very hands-on while another might operate on autopilot, bringing in the money reliably every month.

The big question is this: how can you separate these clients in your system?

It's simple. Use classes.

Classes are used to identify the individuality of each jobs — because some jobs simply need more attention than others.

To learn more about classes, check out our latest newsletter!

Then give me a call for a free one hour consultation!

Tom Beaton

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Classes or Types? When to Use Them

QuickBooks' standard reports are critical to understanding your company's past, present, and future. But the program also offers innovative tools that can make them significantly more insightful and comprehensive.

QuickBooks offers two simple conventions that let you identify related data: classes and types. Classes are used in transactions. Types are assigned to individual customers, vendors, and jobs…
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