I have always purchased one Desktop Version of Quickbooks. I then have a separate file for various different companies with their own tax ID numbers and accounts. One file is to invoice and receive payments for rent for the building that several businesses are located in and the Owner (my boss) owns under a business that is solely for this purpose, renting out offices in the building; maintaining the building; paying bills for the building, etc. Another file is for our Architectural Company. I invoice clients; receive payments (online!!); pay bills; process payroll; etc. through this file. I would like to have the initial file I talked about (the building) be able to invoice and accept online payments for rent through QB just like the Architectural file. When I tried to do this it brought all of the information from the Architect invoices into the Building file because I was signed in as the same "Company" file. Is what I want to do possible? IF so, how do I accomplish this?
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My first payroll of February 2019 illustrates a change in the way Sick/Personal time is illustrated on paystubs. For example, the old paystub showed this way: Earned YTD Used Sick / Personal 1.30 11.75 Now it shows this way: Sick / Personal Accrued Used Available Current 1.54 0.00 39.09 YTD 177.52 11.75 I am not sure what the "YTD Accrued" is illustrating....
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