Tag Archives: Bank Rules

A Review of QuickBooks Hosted

So far in my blog posts, I’ve only mentioned QuickBooks Hosted in passing. But this week, after my not-so-illustrious adventures with CashBook Online, I thought I’d give QuickBooks Hosted a run for its money. And I’m glad to say, I’m … Continue reading

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A Month’s Bookkeeping in Less Than Five Minutes

So I got a call last week from someone who’d been following my blog and was keen to get advice about whether cloud accounting was going to work well for her business, or not. What surprised me about this conversation … Continue reading

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Resolving Teething Problems in LiveAccounts

Just  a quick update to my last post, in which I had a few teething problems with LiveAccounts. After a couple of helpful emails for tech support, I can offer you the following pearls of wisdom: Creating allocation rules Apparently … Continue reading

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Reviewing MYOB LiveAccounts — The Next Gripping Instalment

It’s a weird day up here in the Blue Mountains. Sun then rain then mist then sun. The snails continue their crusade against my strawberry patch, whatever the weather. Anyway, it was a perfect afternoon for getting some more work done in LiveAccounts. Last time … Continue reading

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More on Bank Feeds and Rules

Happy New Year everyone! I’m back at my desk after a delightful and carefree summer break. And back at my whole cloud accounting/Xero/MYOB experiment. Today I log onto Xero. I’m interested to see what my stuff looks like because I … Continue reading

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Hello free time, goodbye data-entry

One of the differences between  cloud accounting  and regular desktop accounting software is that you can: a) create bank feeds so that your transactions appear automatically in your accounts, without you or your bookkeeper having to enter anything, AND b) … Continue reading

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