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QB Payments® | Intuit's Merchant Services
Taking credit card payments from customers has never been easier - QuickBooks Online has built-in merchant services. Learn to swipe credit cards, take online payments, and automate monthly billing with QuickBooks Payments.
Reconciling in QBO
Reconciliation is how you confirm that your QuickBooks Online checking accounts, savings accounts, credit cards, and loan balances are correct. If you don’t reconcile correctly every month, your reports will be wrong!
QBO Across Borders: Comparing USA & Canada
QuickBooks Online is used internationally for small business accounting, but Intuit’s software isn’t exactly the same in all countries. How are they different? We’ll compare and contrast the user experience and feature sets in the US vs. Canadian versions.
Credit Cards in Business and QBO
Business owners love credit cards to manage cash flow, but they are risky to use as a funding source. Learn to manage them in QuickBooks Online, especially corporate credit cards with subcards. We’ll also consider modern “fintech” alternatives.
Vacation Rental Bookkeeping
AirBnb and VRBO have transformed the travel industry. Now you can make money by renting your home to families for vacations, or even rent just one room in your home to travelers. But how do you track that income and the associated expenses to make sure it’s worth the effort?