Our Quickbooks Beginner Course video helps make small business accounting easy. It will help you to Set up the program Organize your finances Help you reduce your expenses Organize key Financial Reports Help with your payroll Be ready at Tax Time Whether you are using Quick Books, Quickbooks 2011, Quickbooks Pro, Quickbooks for Mac, Quickbooks Premier, Quickbooks 2010, or Quickbooks Enterprise our tutorial can help. It's the best HOW TO QUICKBOOKS Course of its kind!
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Properly maintaining business records for bookkeeping double entry systems is a controversial portion of this tutorial. In accounting we have the concept of original documentation, and what is actually admissible in either a review, an audit, or a taxation proceeding. Given the fact that with electronic means and desktop publishing software, it is very easy to either create or alter electronic documents, under most circumstances they are not considered evidence. As such, one of the main jobs of any owner, manager, or bookkeeper is to collect and retain original documentation for the financial records for a business. Whether it is bank statements, credit card statements, petty cash receipts, payroll records, or any other piece of physical evidence pertaining to your entities accounting, original documents must be kept in their original paper format whenever possible. If you are audited and asked to bring in information, if it is not original, you run the risk of either failing the audit or having your deductions disallowed.