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How to enter a nontaxable income

I received a tax refund and I need to know how I enter that into the quickbooks program?

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  • jljonesiii May 11, 2010

    have you tried to create another income slot titled non-tax income?

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At this point I'm thinking that's the best option. I hope it doesn't create a problem come next tax time.

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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My business is 6 months old I need to know how to enter the history of the company I have been keeping the books by hand


I would recommend these steps.
1. Go back to the bank statement you received from your bank back to the point where you want to start your company history
2. Set up accounts that fit your type of business or pick from one of the template business accounts they provide. Typically this is automatically done when you first set up quickbooks
3. Open the Quickbooks check register and start entering all the expenses and deposits you made for the past 6 months exactly like you would enter them in a check book register. It's easy but can be time consuming.
That's all there is to Quickbooks. It's a great software program that will show you monthly P&L and I recommend you take the time to set up company budgets so you can know exactly what it cost to run your business. Budgets are under <Company> then <Planning and Budgets> depending on the version you have.

Hope this helps.

Sep 29, 2013 | Intuit Computers & Internet

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Error -6123, 0


I would suggest a re-install first.

However it is an older version of the program so you may want to get a newer one.

That would allow you to IMPORT your older data and keep up with the relevant tax informayion

Nov 15, 2011 | Intuit QuickBooks Pro 2007 Full Version...

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Windows can't open quickbooks pro 2002. To open file, windows needs to know what program created it. How do I find the program to open it?


Are you receiving QB Program error or QB Data Error? What does error message say?

If your getting program error, get most recent patch at: http://sharedldfp.intuit.com/pub/quickbooks/2002/

If your getting data error, need more specific info. or try visiting: http://www.blocktax.com/quickbooks-errors.htm

Jan 24, 2010 | Intuit QuickBooks Pro 2002 (260102) for PC

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I am new to the program. Having trouble receiving $ from people and then using the program to deposit the $ then showing the $ has been accounted for


Are you receiving $ by:
a) entering "Sales Receipts" (or)
b) entering "Invoices"

You may want to request the FREE
"3 Step Picture Guide" for getting started with QuickBooks - available at:
http://www.accountingdirectors.com/training.aspx

Jan 02, 2010 | Intuit QuickBooks Pro 2007 Full Version...

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Cannot open Quik Books 2007


Windows XP:
  1. Uninstall QuickBooks, Microsoft .NET Framework, and Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable:
    1. Close QuickBooks.
    2. Click the Windows Start button and select Run.
    3. Enter control in the Open field and click OK.
    4. Double-click Add or Remove Programs.
    5. Right-click your QuickBooks program version and click Change/Remove.
    6. Follow the instructions to Uninstall QuickBooks.
    7. Repeat steps d through f to uninstall Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable.
    8. Repeat steps d through f to uninstall Microsoft .NET Framework for your version of QuickBooks:
      • QuickBooks 2008 and 8.0 and later:Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
      • QuickBooks 2007 and 7.0 and earlier:Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1
  2. Rename the QuickBooks program folder:
    1. Right-click the Windows Start button and select Explore.
    2. Browse to C:\Program Files\Intuit.
    3. Right-click the QuickBooks folder for the version you just uninstalled (for example, QuickBooks 2008) and select Rename.
    4. Enter OLD_ at the beginning of the folder name and press Enter (for example, OLD_QuickBooks2008).
  3. Insert the QuickBooks CD in your CD drive, and follow the instructions to install the program.
  4. Open QuickBooks.

Jul 09, 2009 | Intuit QuickBooks Pro 2007 Full Version...

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Posting progress payments


If you are paying your sales tax by invoice date - the payments will not affect your liablity. ie you owe the whole amount of sales tax as of the date of the invoice. If you are paying sales tax as of the time of payment. You will owe sales tax at the time you receive payment.
Since you are using progress invoicing, the sales tax would be come due at the time of the invoice. If you are just receiving payments, you would receive payments (as you would with any customer, and not invoice until time of completion. You would just need to make sure that your preference for sales tax due date is set to Invoice date, not time of payment.

Feb 04, 2009 | Intuit QuickBooks Pro 2007 Full Version...

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Year end reports count sales receipts and deposits twice


The income is registered in the sales receipt. The money received is in an account called "undeposited funds". When you make a deposit you tranfer from undeposited funds to the bank account. See deposit help in QuickBooks

Jan 01, 2009 | Intuit QuickBooks Simple Start 2008 Plus...

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Credit memo's


Hi Marli...

First I cannot answer your question specifically (what you have to do in Quickbooks) because my use of Quickbooks is further back in time. On the other hand (I assume) you are trying to do this to suppress income (give credits back to your customers) prior to filing a return. Your "accounting" problem (not quickbooks) is the account you are putting them in....cost of sales?? or elsewhere...refund? Think that through and you have your answer I suspect.

Oct 10, 2007 | Intuit QuickBooks: Pro 2005 for PC

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