Yes, it will convert from QuickBooks Desktop into QuickBooks Online Plus plan. Make sure you have
You can record tips (gratuities) directly to Sales Receipt form.
- To enable Tips in QBO:
From the homepage dashboard, click Gear icon at the top.
Select Account and Settings under Your Company.
Choose “Tips (Gratuity)” under Sales form content.
“Who’s receiving these tips?” a screen will open. Select the correct account (income or liability).
For Income, select “Just me”. This means you’re recording tips earned by you.
For liability, select “My team”. This means you’re recording tips earned by your employees/contractors to be distributed later.
The default Tips account can be changed from (Just me to My team or vice versa) from Gear Account/Settings under the Advanced tab. Change Tips account from the Chart of Accounts.
Tips can also enabled from inside the GoPayment POS App.
Currently, Tips feature is only available on Sales Receipts (not on Invoices).
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In QuickBooks Online, it’s only one entity is allowed per subscription. For a second (or additional) entity, you will need to purchase a different subscription. But you can switch between the multiple entities under one user ID.
Note: There is no option to create multiple companies from one paid subscription in QBO like in QuickBooks Desktop versions.
To add a second (or additional) company in QBO:
You can log on to both with one ID if you do the following:
- Go to http://quickbooks.intuit.com/pricing
- Click Buy Now under the version you want.
- Click “Already have an Intuit account from TurboTax, Mint or Quickbooks? Sign In.” (See screenshot below for “Sign In” link reference)
- Enter your login information (email address or User ID) and follow the on-screen prompts to set up the second company.
And then to log-in to your account ( http://qbo.intuit.com / ), you will have the option to select your companies.
Once you’re signed in, click the Top Gear icon to Switch Company.
You can select “Multiple accounts” to report in Box 7 on the 1099Misc. You should see that option with the Prepare 1099s under Accounts #2 tab (see screenshot).
(From the left dashboard > Expenses > Vendors > Click Prepare 1099s at the top right right corner > Continue your 1099s > Go to #2 Accounts > Under Box 7, select Multiple accounts from the Chart of Accounts).
You can also refer to this article for more information:
QBB is a file extension for a backup file format used by Quickbooks desktop.
There is no way to directly import QBB file to QuickBooks Online (QBO).
You will need QuickBooks desktop version program to restore this backup company file. Here is more information on how to restore a backup company file in QB desktop version:
You can then import from the QB program itself (a QBW file) to QuickBooks Online (QBO). If you need to download a 30-day free trial program, see the link below.
Here is a helpful article that should walk you through the conversion from QBDT to QBO process:
Currently, there’s no process of importing transactions from Mint.com directly to QuickBooks Online (QBO), nor can it export information from QBO to Mint. If its all bank transactions, then you may be able to export from Mint as a CSV (comma-separated values) file. But it’s the same thing as importing directly from your bank account.
When you first connect your account, QuickBooks typically downloads up to the last 90 days of transactions.
You can import the bank feed prior to 90 days (or for missing transactions) using the following two methods:
1) Web Connect (QBO format):
(Some banks offer to download QBO format. You will need to check with your bank).
2) Excel (CSV format):
Here is how to send customers clients batch reminders by email on past due invoices in QuickBooks Online:
From the left dashboard > Click Sales tab > Select All Sales > Click Unpaid Last 365 Days (Overdue) Money Bar > Optional: Go to middle Gear at the far right, click “Show more” link and add “Email” column. This is to ensure you’ve email address for customers. > Select “Select All” checkbox (left of Batch actions) > Choose Batch actions drop-down and select “batch Reminders” > Done. It will send customers batch reminders by email.
Currently, there is no option to send reminders automatically when the invoices are due.
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To view or print the previous bank reconciliation report:
1. From the left Dashboard, select Reports.
2. Go to “For my accountant” section and select Reconciliation Reports.
3. Select Account. Select Report period.
4. Select “Statement Ending Date”.
5. Click “View Report” under Action column.
6. Click Print icon to print the report.