Manage your business and make sound decisions with the help of QuickBooks
Quickbooks is a user-friendly accounting software program that can analyze data to help you make smart decisions for a small- or medium-sized business. However, few books explain how to maximize the features of QuickBooks reports for management purposes-until now. Author Conrad Carlberg guides you through the most beneficial ways to use and adapt QuickBooks reports by taking the summary data and placing it into a context that helps manage a business.
By avoiding aiming the coverage to a specific version of QuickBooks, this book is a timeless resource that clearly explains how to bring financial data together in order to help make wise business decisions.
Quickly get started converting QuickBooks accounting data into results that help you make informed business decisions and manage your business.
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Learn how to bring financial data together to help influence your business decisions
You have the data.
Now make it work for you
If you're using QuickBooks to manage your business finances, you have volumes of valuable data available. Are you using it to make better business decisions?
QuickBooks reports are fine—as far as they go. But what if QuickBooks data could help you decide whether to continue or discontinue a line of business . . . whether a product line or business segment is performing up to expectations . . . whether projected cash flow is sustainable . . . whether the sources and uses of working capital are appropriate for your business goals?
It can—and here's how.
Set filters to gather only records that are relevant to what you want to know
Export reports to Excel without the outmoded functions, unnecessary cell formats, and referencing traps that can make them useless
Move data directly into and out of the QuickBooks company file using the Intuit-supplied SDK
Export reports to text files for use in Word, Excel, and XML processing engines
Chart financials using Excel tools that are not available in QuickBooks
Learn how QuickBooks' average costing method affects your profitability
Conrad Carlberg holds a PhD in statistics. He has operated a consulting firm for 15 years, and has been a business computing columnist for the Denver Business Journal. He is the author of Excel Sales Forecasting For Dummies (Wiley) as well as a number of other books on business analysis.
Technical editor William "Bill" Murphy has over 30 years of financial and teaching experience. He is a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor, as well as a QuickBooks Point-of-Sales and QuickBooks Enterprise ProAdvisor. Bill's consulting firm, RRR, Ltd. has been helping businesses with QuickBooks set-up, use, and problem resolution since 1989.
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Descripción Wiley, 2009. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 1. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0470543140