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  1. busterw
    10-31-2013 08:40 PM
    Is there a way to completely clear all transactions that have been entered to G/L accounts?
    I have been 'learning' the system and accidentially updated an invoice and a credit memo.
    I would like to start with a clean chart if possible instead of making journal entries to zero out the accounts. I will probably delete the COA set up by QB and use my own account numbers. My guess is you can not delete an account with activity or a balance.
  2. Youneek
    01-12-2011 04:45 PM
    Hi Lisa,
    I am trying to print the Donor Contribution Summary and I am trying to type a two line message in the footer and there is not enough room. Do you know how I can add two lines of text to each page?
    08-18-2010 07:36 PM
    Hi Lisa, I'd like to explore strategic partnering ideas with you. Maybe we could start with a screen-share demo of our product and go from there? Thanks... Dan (619) 605-6318
  4. flagship
    07-17-2010 02:29 PM

    Are you aware that the following link in your signature block doesn't lead to any information about your least it didn't for me. I was just looking, curious to see what kinds of presentations you give, but I don't even find you in the speaker's list on that page.

    This is just a FYI...

    Mark Wilsdorf
    Flagship Technologies, Inc.
    QuickBooks™ Add-Ons and Solutions You Can Use
  5. donnavoytko
    07-14-2010 04:33 PM
    You gave this answer when someone asked you how to clean up the Pay Sales Tax Window that had never been maintained. This was your answer
    "If the "pay sales tax" function was not used, you can still fix it. The payments should be coded to Sales tax payable and in the customer:job field, you need to enter the vendor to whom the tax payments are made.

    Then when you go to pay sales tax, you should see all the tax due forever and you should see credits that come from the payments. You can offset them to create a zero dollar "payment" and clean up the sales tax.

    You'll probably want to go through this period by period and make any needed adjustments in each period.

    I'm assuming the QB books have never tied with the tax return and that it's OK to go back and change prior periods, but you may want to consult with their tax pro."
    My question is this . . how do you offset them to create a zero dollar "payment" and clean up the sales tax. The answer to that would save my day.
  6. Shannon Tucker
    01-15-2010 01:02 PM
    Shannon Tucker
    Lisa, fyi, I finally got around to moving the share button today. Thanks for the tip and let me know if any other suggestions for improvement.

  7. Shannon Tucker
    10-21-2009 01:34 PM
    Shannon Tucker
    Lisa, one other thing...What would you think if we added subforums for QuickBooks Online, QuickBooks for Mac, and QuickBooks Canadian? I don't really support those editions, but there seems to be a lot of twittering about online and mac versions. What do you think?
  8. Shannon Tucker
    10-21-2009 01:25 PM
    Shannon Tucker
    Hmm, I'll check out that share button thing. Thanks!
  9. Shannon Tucker
    10-20-2009 03:32 PM
    Shannon Tucker
    Lisa, I banned that guy PLANKTON who was always being rude to people on the forums. Don't know if he was a troll or just a jerk but I banned him and deleted his posts. fyi, Shannon
  10. flexmom
    10-18-2009 05:42 PM
    Hi Lisa,
    You seem very knowledgeable about QB and I thought I would ask you a question that you probably know very easily.
    Simply put, what is the best way to record monthly tuition for a small private school? Currently, from what I can see (only 2nd wk on the job) the whole yr's tuition is invoiced in July. Monthly the payments come in at 1/10th of the amount (Sept-June). The biggest problem I currently see is that when I run a P&L, it appears there is a HUGE get the point.
    I've done some research and seem to have come up with a few key terms - recurring sales, deferred revenue, etc.
    What is the best way for this Accrual based company to recognize revenue correctly and enhance the reports being generated to properly reflect the happenings?
    Thanks much!

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