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Is QB good to use for hoa? We have dues to deposit and expenses. no profits?

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Re: Is QB good to use for hoa? We have dues to deposit and expenses. no profits?

Hello there, debbiejonz.


QuickBooks Online (QBO) uses a standard method of accounting. However, you can set up the Chart of Accounts based on your preferred method. To be sure with the whole setup, I suggest reaching out to your accountant for more expert advice.


We also have a place were you can get insights from a pro-advisor or specialist. They can share some tips on what's the best way to set this up in QuickBooks.


Here are the instructions on how to get in touch with them: 

  1. Go to the Find an Accountant: QuickBooks ProAdvisor page.
  2. Tick the box on the expertise you need under the Find an expert in: section.
  3. Enter a city or zip code in the field provided, then click on Search.
  4. You can now see the lists of certified proadvisor and simply click on the envelope icon if you want to message them.
  5. Enter your message, your name, email, and phone number.
  6. Click on Send message when finished.

Here's another way to get there:


Additionally, I encourage you check out the following resources including video tutorials that will help you learn more about QBO features and functions:

Should you need more help with QuickBooks, feel free to get back to me and I'd be glad to assist you further.

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