Beaton Accounting Newsletter

Monthly Newsletter Vol 3, Issue 12, December 2012

Ready QuickBooks for 2013

For a lot of the accounting world QuickBooks is at the basis of everyday life and in the success of it. So just like life and time, QuickBooks needs to continue moving to keep up with the world and maintain the user-friendliness and technology level we’ve come to expect.

To keep QuickBooks working best for you, there are things you can do to ensure that going into 2013 will be a quick and painless transition. Each passing year we tell ourselves “out with the old and in with the new” and this applies to QuickBooks as well.

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Tom Beaton

Featured Article:

Say Good-Bye to 2012 and Ready
QuickBooks for 2013

We hope you’ll be ringing out a successful financial year at month’s end. In any case, here’s what you should know about preparing for 2013.

End of the year. QuickBooks has been hard at work for the past 11+ months, recording and tracking and storing all of that financial data that you’ve entered so faithfully.

But when you turn the calendar page and make a new start January 1, your accounting software could use some closure on the year that’s just passed. Here are some actions you can take to ring out the old and ring in the new. There’s more you can do (we can help you with the advanced activities) but we’ll just hit the highlights to continue reading

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