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oslofish
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      01-04-2005, 07:11 AM
Hello

First of all, I am no accountant, but have been asked by my employer to
do some basic bookkeeping chores. Basically what he wants me to do is
enter the data (from bills and receipts) to track expenses and revenues
for his small-sized company.

I have a copy of Quickbooks Premier Edition 2004, 2 bags full of
invoices, receipts and paid bills from 2004 and an employer telling me
he wants me to record all expenses from 2004 in QB. I purchased a copy
of "Quickbooks - All-in-one-desk reference for Dummies" and have played
around with the program for weeks now, getting more and more frustrated
by the day.

Bottom line is, how can I enter allready paid-for bills and old
receipts into Quickbooks?

Any help is appreciated!

Thanks...


 
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      01-05-2005, 05:12 PM
It's simple to use quickbooks. As you have mentioned that you are
running a small seized company, you can enter all the paid bills
through Write Check option from the Banking Navigator. For the Invoices
firstly, enter them through Invoices option from Customer Navigator and
receive their payments from Receive Payments option under Customer
Navigator.

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Mike Block-Tax Cut CPA
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      01-05-2005, 05:13 PM
There is no barring in entering old transactions. For sales receipt go
to customers and select 'Sales Receipt'. Enter the sales detail and
in the bottom of the receipt select 'Deposit to" and type the name
of the bank or cash depending upon each case. For Purchases got to
Vendors and select 'Enter Bills'. After putting the details go to
Pay Bills and select the transaction to which such payment relates. For
expenses made during 2004 go to Write Checks in the banking section.

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