Setting Up Users in QuickBooks

Setting Up Users in QuickBooks If you plan to have multiple employees using QuickBooks, you can limit their access to specific areas. Controlling access to your QuickBooks company file is easy when you’re a one-person accounting department. You simply use one password to protect your data. But when you add new employees to the mix, […]

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Contracting Or Hiring Employees? What You Need To Consider

There comes a time when every successful business proprietor must establish whether to hire an employee or independent contractor, especially when the business shows growth. Bear in mind that the proper classification of a worker as an independent contractor or employee is essential. Furthermore, the determination of somebody operating as an employee versus contractor can […]

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Setting Up User Access in QuickBooks

Setting Up User Access in QuickBooks Will multiple employees be working with your QuickBooks company file? You’ll need to define their permission levels. If you ever did your bookkeeping manually, you probably didn’t allow every employee to see every sales form and account register and payroll stub. Most likely, you established a system that allowed […]

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Setting Up Employees in Xero

Setting Up Employees in Xero Preparing Xero to process your payroll requires time and attention to detail. Employees mean success. The fact that you’ve been able to hire a staff at your small business indicates that your products and/or services are in demand, and you can’t handle all of the necessary work by yourself. It […]

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Minimum Hourly Wage Changes for 2014

2014 State Minimum Hourly Wage Changes and What You Need To Do: As you prepare for your first payroll of 2014, Dailey Bookkeeping Services would like to make you aware of state minimum hourly wage changes that were announced as of late November 2013 that will take effect on January 1, 2014 unless otherwise noted: Arizona, […]

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