Updating sales tax rates in quickbooks
In Quick Books you can collect and remit sales tax on behalf of governmental authorities.
To do so, you need to establish sales tax items and codes. Do not forget to register with the department of taxation for the state(s) you will be selling in.
To see if the taxing authority has special guidelines to follow, call their sales tax department; my experience is they are quite helpful and can direct you to the needed documentation.
Sales tax items are used to identify specific rates charged to your customers and the tax authority vendor to which you remit the sales tax.
Select the ones you want and click the Import Transactions button (Figure 10).
Figure 10: Importing transactions from Square Looking at the top portion of an imported transaction (Figure 11), you see that: to synchronize your desktop database with the web-based product, which I generally try to avoid using on my computer system.
It only works with the 20 versions of Quick Books Desktop (for Windows Editions only, Quick Books for Mac is not currently supported).
The Square integration for Quick Books Desktop is available for .99 annually, with a 30-day free trial.You'll be able to ask questions about accountancy, tax and audit or chat with the community and help others. You should see an Import Transactions option in the upper right.It works best for a small business with relatively low volume.Square Register POS: As I pointed out in my prior article, this is a simple retail POS system, and it won’t be competing with full-fledged Quick Books POS systems, but many small businesses don’t need that.