No matter what the nature of your business, it is important to keep accurate books. Without accurate and detailed business records, it will be difficult to attract the funding you need because business records are generally the first thing potential lenders and investors want to see. Also when tax season is upon you inaccurate or disorganized records and receipts can also make it difficult to file your taxes, or you may even find yourself trouble the Internal Revenue Service.
QuickBooks also integrates well with Microsoft Excel, making it easy to import data from other sources and use it in QuickBooks.
QuickBooks allows business owners to scan and upload their signatures and use those signatures to prepare the checks for the business. This automated process is much simpler and easier than writing hundreds of checks by hand each month.
QuickBooks, on the other hand, is designed to be intuitive and easy to understand, even for business owners who lack an accounting or financial background.
QuickBooks provides a number of ready-to-use templates business owners can use to create invoices, spreadsheets, charts and business plans. The ability to customize invoices can be particularly useful, and business owners not only can add their company logo but detailed information about each line item as well. That makes it easier for customers to reconcile their invoices and pay them on time.