A St. Albert business owner approached us with bookkeeping headaches. She had a store front in St. Albert as well as in another town. It didn’t take long to discover that the books were being kept in two separate QuickBooks desktop data files — for one business. No wonder she had headaches! We took the data from both QB files and merged them into one master QB file. To accommodate for the different locations, we created classes. This allowed the business owner to see how each location was performing on the income statement. This project involved exporting years of historical data and creating a new QB file so that the business owner could now see the whole picture. No more Advil needed.
We are a Sturgeon County based company serving small businesses throughout Alberta. From Grande Prairie and Fort McMurray to Edmonton, we have you covered via remote services. Location is not an issue.
We provide accounting solutions anywhere in Alberta.
How to create a customer invoice in QuickBooks Online Canadian version. Specifically
How to create a customer in QuickBooks Online Canadian version. Specifically tailored