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II. Accounting with QuickBooks > 12. Managing Bank Accounts, Credit Cards, and ...

Chapter 12. Managing Bank Accounts, Credit Cards, and Petty Cash

You’ve opened your mail, plucked out your customers’ payments, and deposited them in your bank account (see Chapter 9). Your bills and customer refund checks are paid (see Chapter 10). Now, you can sit back and relax knowing that most of the transactions in your bank and credit card accounts are accounted for. What’s left?

Some stray transactions might pop up—an insurance claim check to deposit, restocking your petty cash drawer, or a fee from your bank for a customer’s bounced check, to name a few. Plus, running a business typically means that money moves between accounts—from interest-bearing accounts to checking accounts or from merchant credit card accounts to your savings. If you come across a financial transaction in business, you can enter it in QuickBooks, whether you prefer the guidance of dialog boxes or the speed of an account register window.


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