QuickBooks Sales Receipts are you using them? Should you be? You know how important it is to obtain receipts for the expenses you incur. You need to record them, analyze their impact on your cash flow, and claim some of them on your income taxes.
Your customers, too, expect to receive forms documenting purchases they've made from you. When they pay you immediately for goods or services, you'll give them a sales receipt, rather than invoicing them for future remittance. Not only will your customers have a record of the transaction but you will, too.
QuickBooks supports the creation and tracking of sales receipts. It manages the mechanics of this important task incredibly well. It eliminates the need to enter receipt data twice, once on a paper copy for your customer and again in your accounting system. This QuickBooks feature not only minimizes errors, but saves time and lessens the possibility of disputes down the road.
On May 31, 2018, Intuit will discontinue support for all 2015 versions of QuickBooks Pro, Premier, Enterprise, Accountant and Mac. You can continue to use these solutions, of course, but Intuit live technical support and add-on services like payroll, credit card processing, online banking and bill-pay will no longer be accessible. SBS will continue to support all versions but recommend that you upgrade when you can to avoid any disruption in services and support.