Intuit QuickBooks 2019 For MAC
1. Track Sales & Income
You can record a sale from services or products in QuickBooks for Mac by creating a sales receipt or an invoice. If your customer pays you at the time that you provide the goods or service, create a sales receipt. However, if your customer prefers to be billed, you will create an invoice instead. Both sales forms can be emailed to your customer directly from QuickBooks so that you don’t have to print and mail them.
2. Track Bills & Expenses
Similar to QuickBooks Online, there are several ways to keep track of your bills and expenses in QuickBooks for Mac. You can download your transactions, enter bills manually, or import expenses from a spreadsheet.
Listed below are three common ways to stay on top of your expenses:
- Connect your bank and credit card accounts so that transactions automatically download into QuickBooks for Mac
- Manually enter all vendor bills and print checks directly from QuickBooks for Mac
- Import billing details from an Excel spreadsheet into QuickBooks for Mac
3. Track Inventory
QuickBooks for Mac will keep track of all product purchases and sales. This means that you can create a purchase order and send it to your supplier. When the goods arrive, you can mark them as received against the original purchase order.
As you sell items in inventory, QuickBooks will automatically reduce your quantity on hand. In addition, when you reach the minimum order quantity, you will receive an alert to remind you to place an order. Several detailed reports are available for you to run and gain insight into your purchases and sales by product, customer, and many other options.
4. Run Payroll
If you have employees, you can turn on the Intuit Payroll services from within QuickBooks for Mac. Payroll processing in QuickBooks for Mac starts at $29 per month and includes:
- Payroll check calculations
- Pay via check or direct deposit
- W-2s for employees
- Payroll tax forms and filing
5. Accept Online Payments
Similar to QuickBooks Online, you can accept online payments from your customers with QuickBooks for Mac. When you enable the Intuit Payments feature, it will put a “Pay Now” button on all invoices that you email to customers. They can pay the invoice right away using a debit card or credit card or enter their bank account information. Turning this feature on requires you to click a button or two. There are two plans to choose from when you sign up for Intuit Payments.