I have used Quickbooks for quite a few years. I’d say with Mes ‘Rents’ business, it has been close to 25 years. I have been using it, sort of, for my business but I didn’t really pay much attention to it. I don’t technically have a bank account for my business so I figured why worry about it?
Well, the good news is that business has picked up. I need to pay attention to these things better, now. The bad news is that my Quickbooks was so wonky that I had to just cancel my Quickbooks subscription and resubscribe, starting over. That’s okay because I was able to get everything back to “balanced.” I can match up QB with Square and PayPal so that gives me even more depth in my “accounting.” This is not a paid endorsement.
So, I’m kind of late writing this post because I have worked on this since yesterday. I apologize for that. It is what it is. I’m still working.
What is your experience with Quickbooks, Dear Reader? Do you use it or another accounting software package? Let me know!
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“QuickBooks Self-Employed users find an average of $4,340 in potential tax savings per year.” – Intuit (makers of Quickbooks)