If you run a schedule-based business, you know your calendar is one of the top three tools in your tool box to keep your business up and running.
Whether you’re a photographer, event manager, hair stylist, a lawyer or a Pilates instructor, when your calendar is full, you’re likely thinking things are tip-top. And while a packed schedule can be a good barometer for a healthy business, getting paid on time is what matters. In fact, cash flow is the number-one stressor for Canadian small business owners, with 32 per cent saying it’s the main worry keeping them up at night. As the old saying goes, cash flow is king.
To help entrepreneurs like you save time invoicing and ensure you’re being paid accurately and on time for your hard work, QuickBooks and Google partnered to bring you Invoice with Google Calendar. With Invoice, you can pull event details directly from your Google Calendar right into a QuickBooks invoice, letting you send it faster, and ultimately get your hard-earned cash into your bank account faster.
Why use Invoice with Google Calendar?
- Saves you time: No more time spent on double entries. You can easily import details from Calendar to create and send invoices instantly – all within the QuickBooks invoice section.
- Gets you paid for the time you work: Maximize your billing potential, and don’t sweat trying to find all the hours you worked by digging through your emails and calendar.
- Improves the accuracy of your invoices: It automatically finds and summarizes your invoiceable hours, or you can do it manually. Whatever you prefer.
Don’t fall into the common trap of delaying sending invoices because of tedious manual entry. Now, you can have Google and QuickBooks make that process simple and painless. Just connect Invoice with Google Calendar to QuickBooks and get those invoices out the door in seconds.
Ready to get started? This video will help you set up Google Calendar in QuickBooks. You can also check out Invoice with Google Calendar for yourself, or read more about how your business can benefit from the integration, here.