Are you either an accounting professional or a QuickBooks small-to-medium sized business end user? And are you confused by how to use QuickBooks with more than one currency and stop the flow of red ink?
How about self-paced deep drive training on multicurrency in QuickBooks from the master?
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Are you in “Excel hell” trying to track sales or expenses in other currencies? Are you using QuickBooks Desktop? Are you confused by how to use QuickBooks with more than one currency? Do you need to stop the flow of red ink?
Not knowing how QuickBooks Desktop tracks foreign currency transactions means a lot of work at year-end trying to detangle the mess of meaningless QuickBooks data. Foreign currency is often ignored until it’s too late and then the company is out of business.
This book covers what tech support, knowledge base articles, and YouTube videos don’t: how to create custom reports that give you the exact information you need, where and why workarounds might be required (and how to employ them), and how to use Multicurrency the way QuickBooks was designed to be used.
End users can set up and use Multicurrency properly for their companies, and not wait until after year-end to find out what areas of the business need attention or new strategies. They can communicate with foreign customers and vendors in their own currencies as needed, and QuickBooks can keep track of gains and losses behind the scenes automatically.
Then goods and services can be priced properly to avoid losses, even when exchange rates fluctuate. This is the business owner’s Standard Operating Procedure manual for all things foreign currency in QuickBooks Desktop.
Accounting professionals can grow their practices by using this book as their own Standard Operating Procedure manual, to guide them in taking on and servicing a new tier of larger, international clients.