Ever have one of those frustrating moments when you can’t figure out how to do something in QuickBooks? You know it’s possible, you might’ve even done it before, but you just can’t get it to work today?
Or maybe you know there must be a better way to do things, but you just don’t know what it is?
The old adage is true—you just don’t know what you don’t know!
These QuickBooks forums offer a great resource to learn more about how to use QuickBooks (even when you already know a lot), solve problems you’re having, and even get a bit of business savvy thrown in.
Full disclosure here: I’ve hosted this live, online chat show in some way, shape or format with friend and colleague Woody Adams since 2010.
Each Thursday from 6-7p ET, we host guests and talk about everything QuickBooks Online, Firm of the Future and apps—including features of new releases, training (where to get it and why), and how to do stuff in QuickBooks.
The audience has generally been QuickBooks ProAdvisors and others in the industry, but there are a ton of tips useful for any QuickBooks user. Check out our Tips page, with product comparisons, a set-up cheat sheet and more. Our Archives contain some great stuff—like Attaching Docs and Adding Clients to Wholesale Billing, Source versus Target in QBO and more.
Remember, the live show runs Thursdays from 6-7p ET. Grab a glass of wine and join us!
For lack of a better title, I call this Woody’s Video Page.
It’s the work of Woody Adams, a delightful utilitarian with a great (and dry!) sense of humor.
There are a ton of excellent resources and how-to videos on this site, including basic information like QuickBooks Online Best Practices and What You Need to Know, Wholesale Billing, and QuickBooks Self Employed. These free resources are available for anyone needing a little how-to help with QuickBooks.
Intuit’s support page is probably one of the best support sites out there.
With users, experts, and Intuit employees jumping in to answer questions, you might very well wind up with more than one solution to your problem—which means you’re more likely to find one that fits your situation perfectly!
I also happen to own the Between Wall and Main Street Facebook Group, and my friend Seth David administrates the group with me. This Facebook group’s tagline says it all: Wall Street advice for Main Street Business.
Members include many bookkeepers, accountants, executive assistants and small business owners, and our stated purpose includes:
Conversations range over topics like how to stay on top of email without going batty, the benefits of hiring 1099 as opposed to W2 employees, software advice, and more.
You’ll need to ask for permission to join, but since I own the group, I’d love to have you!
Intuit has a zillion blogs out there, each with a different audience and great information.
Phew… So many great resources out there. I hope these get you the fix you need.
And if not, drop me a line and I’ll see if I can help, or post your own resources in the Comments section!