Credit Union$ and Bank$

By |August 24th, 2016|

I’m not sure about you all, but when I opened my very first savings account at the ripe old age of fourteen, I had my account at the same credit union my parents had accounts in. It made sense at the time since as a fourteen-year-old, I just wanted to spend the twenty bucks I […]

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Banking is Dating

By |August 17th, 2016|

Banking, as defined by a dictionary, is the act of business being conducted through the services offered by a bank. Seems quite simple and straight forward! It also seems straight forward that the bank and or credit union holds your money safely, you can use when you need to, and maybe you’ll get a little […]

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Tax Deadlines!

By |August 10th, 2016|

Deadlines.

There’s never a day without a deadline of some sort. Whether it’s paying for your car insurance, signing up for healthcare, paying your taxes, picking up your kid on time from soccer practice, etc., there’s always something to be done by a certain time. We here at Accounting Outside the Box totally understand it can […]

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Newbies Switch to QBO

By |August 5th, 2016|

Some people start out with QuickBooks Desktop while others go directly to QuickBooks Online and there’s nothing wrong with that at all! People choose whichever one they want based off their needs, but it can be quite a switch going from one to the other, especially if you’re a newbie to the two programs.

One of […]

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For Newbies

By |July 26th, 2016|

Before coming to the greatness that is Accounting Outside the Box, I had very little interaction with QuickBooks, desktop and online. Basically all I had to do was learn a crash course in how to accept customer payments via credit card and print off the receipt for them to sign. Easy enough after the first […]

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