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Mark Wiley

Hi guys, I have a question that I need some suggestions with. I work in a
CPA office and we have a client who runs quickbooks for their daily
operations. We also have the company set up at the office for payroll
processing, and the owners personal transactions. The client has decided to
dso everything in house so we are looking for the easiest way to merge the
company's files, without creating a mess. The client has set a date of July
31 to have the system up and running so time is of the essence, Any
suggestions would be appreciated.
 
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Karl Irvin

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Mark Wiley said:
Hi guys, I have a question that I need some suggestions with. I work in a
CPA office and we have a client who runs quickbooks for their daily
operations. We also have the company set up at the office for payroll
processing, and the owners personal transactions. The client has decided
to
dso everything in house so we are looking for the easiest way to merge the
company's files, without creating a mess. The client has set a date of
July
31 to have the system up and running so time is of the essence, Any
suggestions would be appreciated.
Does the clients file have everything in it except payroll and the owners
personal transactions in it?

How do you combine the data to do tax returns?
 
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Mark Wiley

In answer to your qestions:

(1) The company file we have ha the payroll files, and the owners draw
transactions.This is on QB 2005. The client has all other payable and
receivables on account and that is on QB 2001(I may have forgot to include
this in my original posts. They are upgrading their QB from 2001 to 2005. At
year end we take the two files create wps and make adj. add the two balances
together and enter them on the tax return.

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Mark Wiley
Accountant
Oneonta, NY 13820
 

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