Can I Reprint Multiple Checks in Quickbooks?

Photoxpress_6041881There’s a reason why Quickbooks is the world’s #1 accounting software for small businesses: because it’s versatile and easy enough for anyone to use, regardless of whether or not you have professional accounting experience. But many users wonder if there’s an option to print multiple checks within Quickbooks. There IS an option to print multiple checks, although it’s somewhat hidden. If you are struggling to print multiple checks within Quickbooks, keep reading for a step-by-step walkthrough.

To reprint multiple checks, fire up your Quickbooks software and access the Banking menu at the top of the screen. This is your “go-to” menu for all banking-related tasks. Whether you need to print a single check or several, tasks such as these are typically done from the Banking menu. After accessing the Baking menu, choose “Use Register,” at which point you should see a drop-down menu with all of your bank accounts listed. Scroll through the list and choose the bank account associated with the check that you wish to reprint. Click “OK” to pull you the register for the selected bank account.

With the bank account register viewable, find and select the check that you wish to reprint. We’ve talked about this before on the blog, but it’s worth mentioning again that pressing the letter “T” will change the number of a check to “Print.” So if you haven’t done so already, go ahead and press “T” on your keyboard after selecting the appropriate check.

Next, click the “Record” option at the bottom right corner of the register, followed by “Yes” when prompted to record the changes. Assuming you followed the steps mentioned above, the check should now be visible in the “Print Queue.” You may then access File > Print Forms > Print Checks > choose the checks and click “OK.” Lastly, verify it’s the correct check and the printer and click “Print. Sorry if you were expecting more, but that’s all it takes to print multiple check in Quickbooks!

Of course, you can reprint single checks in just a few easy steps as well. This is done by accessing Banking > Write Checks > click the “Find” button > search for the check that you wish to reprint > double-click the check > and click “Print.

Did this tutorial work for you? Let us know in the comments section below!

Intuit and OnDeck Launch $100 Million Lending Fund

cash_money_dollars_1055596_hQuickbooks maker Intuit has teamed up OnDeck to launch a $100 million lending fund for small businesses.

According to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), there are approximately 27.9 million small businesses operating in the U.S. Unfortunately, though, many of these startups struggle to succeed to due to a lack of funding. Without capital, small business owners will have an uphill battle as they try to stay afloat. But Intuit and OnDeck is hoping to make the process a little easier for small business owners by setting up a $100 million lending fund.

The new lending fund will allow small businesses to use the Quickbooks Online accounting platform to apply for loans. So instead of venturing out to various banks in an attempt to find the best loan at the lowest rate, small business owners can simply apply for loans through their Quickbooks Line account. It’s as easy as a few clicks of the mouse, which is sure to attract some small business owners to the platform.

Known as the Financing Line of Credit, the new fund will be ran by Intuit’s customer data while OnDeck’s technology will help power it.  The two companies say the lending fund will offer improves financing options for small business owners with established credit.

Here’s a short list of some of the features of Intuit and Ondeck’s new Financing Line of Credit:

  • Low interest rates, APRs ranging from just 8.9% to 19.9%
  • Small business owners may obtain funds just one day after their application has been approved, allowing them to focus on other aspects of running and growing their business.
  • Applications for Financing Line of Credit are simple and straightforward.

This new product is all about empowering small businesses to leverage the power of their own data so that they can take advantage of better financing options. Small businesses rely on financing to power their growth, to invest in new employees, new equipment, and new opportunities,” said Dan Wernikoff, executive vice president and general manager of Intuit’s Small Business Group “We’re excited to continue working with OnDeck to fuel more small business success.”

What do you think of Intuit’s new Financing Line of Credit?

Intuit Launched New Product for On-Demand Workers

Quickbooks maker 4230508918_0056a13c30_zIntuit has launched a new product for on-demand workers.

Intuit’s “Workforce” is designed to help companies recruit, manage and optimize on-demand workers. According to a press release published by Alex Chriss, the country’s on-demand workforce is expected to grow to 11%. With so many new people entering this type of work, it only makes sense for Intuit to capitalize on the trend by launching a new product.

The rapid growth of the on-demand economy is reshaping the U.S. labor market, with on-demand workers expected to grow to 11 percent of the nation’s 66 million U.S. independent contractors,” said Alex Chriss, vice president and general manager of Self-Employed Solutions at Intuit. “This massive growth brings new complexity in worker management, payments and tax distribution. QuickBooks Self-Employed and our new Intuit Workforce work together to make it easier for both workers and companies to collaborate, share data and efficiently meet their respective compliance requirements.

So, how exactly does Workforce work? Being that Intuit just recently announced the product, we still don’t have the full details. However, the company’s press release provides an overview of Workforce. The product will offer an API which companies can use to accept, export and modify data, in addition to communicating through email and instant messaging. Workforce is also designed to assist companies with running background checks, create training courses, and handle the legwork associated with legal paperwork.

I guess you could say that Workforce is kind of like the Swiss Army Knife for companies that hire on-demand workers. From managing workers to payroll, communication, training and more, it does it all.

Of course, Workforce isn’t meant to be used in place of Quickbooks. While Workforce is more than capable of handling the aforementioned tasks listed above,  it lacks the versatility and accounting power of Quickbooks. Intuit recommends that on-demand workers use Quickbooks Self-Employed, which is designed specifically to handle the otherwise complicated accounting for self-employed workers.

So, how much does Intuit Workforce cost? You might be surprised to learn that it’s being offered for free, with no strings attached. If you own and/or operate a company that manages on-demand workers, you should take advantage of Intuit’s latest product by downloading Workforce once the software is released.

Intuit Releases Data for Small Business Revenue

Photoxpress_4756472Quickbooks maker Intuit has released its latest round of data on small business revenue, and while the market slowed slightly in July, it’s trending upwards.

According to the US Census Bureau,  there are nearly 28 million small businesses operating in the US. The government defines a “small business” as having fewer than 500 employees. Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for small businesses to fail within the first few years of launching. In fact, studies have shown that more than half of all small businesses will close up whop within five years — and the numbers continue to decline from there.

But Intuit’s data paints a different picture of US small businesses. According to the company, employment within the small business sector increased 0.05% in the month July, creating approximately 10,000 new jobs for Americans. Granted, that’s slower than the growth rate of 1% from July of last year, but it’s still a positive gain, and any gain is good.

Intuit also revealed that small business workers experienced a wage increase, with the average worker receiving approximately $2,825 in July, which is up $3 from June. Again, $3 isn’t a huge amount by any means, but it signals positive growth for US small businesses. Assuming this trend continues, small business workers will likely receive even higher pay/compensation.

The average small business worker clocked 109.7 hours in July, which translates into about 25 hours per week. This was just slightly more than the average amount of time worked in June, which was 24 hours and some change.

So, what’s causing the uptick in small business revenue? This is something that Intuit did not elaborate on in its report. However, there are several plausible factors that are likely playing a role in this trend. For starters, unemployment numbers have dropped to one of the lowest levels in nearly a decade, attesting to a positive turnaround for the once-struggling US job market. With more Americans now able to find work, small businesses have an easier time turning a profit.

Another factor that’s playing a role in the US small business market is the recent emphasis on reshoring jobs. “Reshoring” refers to the action of bringing jobs from overseas back to the US. Rather than opening new factories in foreign countries, manufacturers are creating factories here in the US; thus, improving the job market in the process.


Intuit Becomes Official Sponsor For Aston Villa

intuit-qbQuickbooks maker Intuit has announced an official sponsorship with the Aston Villa football club.

This is somewhat surprising news considering the fact that Dafabet has sponsored Aston Villa for the past two years. But it appears the Witton, Birmingham-based Premier League football club is taking a different direction, as Intuit will now be the official sponsor for the next two years.

Details of the Intuit-Aston Villa sponsorship remain largely unknown at this time. However, media reports indicate that it’s a “£3 million” deal, which is a bit vague. It’s believed that the Baggies — whom Intuit sponsored last year — earned roughly £1.5 million from the sponsorship. Therefore, a £3 million deal sounds pretty accurate, although we’ve yet to hear an official statement regarding how much exactly Intuit is paying Aston Villa for the sponsorship.

Soon after the sponsorship was announced, Aston Villa Football Club Chief Commercial Officer Charlie Wijeratna released a statement, saying his company is delighted to welcome Quickbooks as a “principle sponsor.”

We are delighted to welcome Intuit QuickBooks as our principal sponsor. We are proud to have on our shirt next season a major US brand that has ambition to grow in Europe and Asia,” said Aston Villa Football Club Chief Commercial Officer, Charlie Wijeratna. “I know the team here at Aston Villa will be working hard to combine the marketing capability of QuickBooks with the Aston Villa brand and the reach of the Premier League. We hope and expect it to be the start of a great relationship that will enhance both brands significantly.”

News of this sponsorship signals heavy marketing efforts on behalf of Intuit to target small business owners and entrepreneurs on the other side of the pond. While Quickbooks is undoubtedly the leading small business accounting software here in the U.S., it’s not quite as well known over in the U.K. Of course, there’s no better way to change this than by sponsoring a league for the country’s leading sport: football. This new sponsorship with Aston Villa will increase Intuit’s visibility in the U.K., generating greater brand recognition while drawing tons of new customers to its products and services.

Intuit Launches PayPal Integration App

paypal-012Quickbooks maker Intuit has launched a new app that allows users to sync their PayPal and Quickbooks Online accounts together. Dubbed Sync With PayPal (for obvious reasons), it’s intended to streamline the activities of Quickbooks Online users, allowing them to automatically update their accounting information with data harvested from their PayPal accounts.

PayPal remains the world’s largest and most popular online payment processor, boasting more than 165 million active users as of the first quarter of 2015, according to Of course, there’s good reason for this trend: PayPal is simple, easy to use, accepted at thousands of different stores, and it’s free to receive money. It only makes sense for Intuit to leverage the power of PayPal by integrating it into Quickbooks Online.

It’s estimated that nearly 1 out of every 4 Quickbooks users also uses PayPal. Up until now, these users have been forced to manually transfer PayPal data to their Quickbooks account. While this wasn’t necessarily difficult, it was still time consuming and tedious, whic his why Intuit has taken steps to simplify the process with its Sync With PayPal app.

Roughly 25% of Intuit Quickbooks users use PayPal and now they can use an app to import PayPal sales and transaction data directly into QuickBooks Online in real time. It’s called Sync with PayPal.

Sync With PayPal is currently only available to Quickooks Online users in the U.S. However, Intuit said it has plans to launch the app in the U.K., Australia and Canada by the end of the year. The app uses Intuit’s API capabilities to include both PayPal and Square as payment processing sources.

Say goodbye to manual entry and hello to more time in your day with Sync with PayPalTM for Intuit QuickBooks Online. The Sync with PayPal app for QuickBooks Online is free and getting started is easy. How you choose to spend the hours you’ll save – on your business, your family, or yourself – is up to you,” wrote Intuit.

What do you think of Intuit’s new PayPal app?

Intuit Now Servicing 80% of US Small Businesses

cr-07bIntuit remains the undisputed leader of accounting and financial services for small business owners. According to a recent report, it services approximately 80% of all small businesses in the U.S., which is far more than any other financial software provider.

The Small Business Administration (SBA) estimates there to be some 27.9 million small businesses operating in the U.S. — a number that’s expected to grow even higher in the years to come. Running a successful small business isn’t an easy task, as many entrepreneurs struggle to keep up with their revenue and expenses. Intuit aims to make this process a little easier with its wide range of software and services like Quickbooks Online, Quickbooks Desktop, etc.

In a recent interview, Jim McGinnis, Vice President of the Accountants and Advisors Group at Intuit, gave some insight into two key markets targeted by Quickbooks: the 400,000 accountants who work directly with small business owners to help them with their finances, and the five million or so small business owners who are currently using the Quickbooks software. Even so, this means roughly 15 million small businesses are not using Quickbooks, meaning there’s plenty of room for Intuit to grow even larger and more dominant.

Quickbooks has launched a new tool to help reach these 15 million small business owners — Quickbooks Online Self Employed. Located at, it’s optimized specifically to meet the unique needs of self-employed workers.

But Intuit’s services aren’t limited strictly to the U.S. As noted by Nikhil Arora, India as a prime market for Intuit, as it attracted 100,000 new Quickbooks users just last quarter. This means Intuit now has a total of 841,000 paying Quickbooks users worldwide — an impressive number to say the least!

 “The rapid year-on-year traction that Intuit QuickBooks has experienced in India is indeed very encouraging. Intuit is the world leader in cloud financial management solutions, available in over 124 countries. Last quarter we added 100,000 new QuickBooks subscribers and now we have 841,000 paying subscribers worldwide,” said Nikhil Arora, Vice President and Managing Director of Intuit India, in a recent press release. “Our vision is to become the operating system behind Indian small business success by delivering powerful solutions on the cloud. We will continue to work on empowering small businesses in their journey to success. Today we serve one out of five practicing chartered accountants in India and by 2020 we are looking at one in four small businesses to be using Intuit products and services.”

Intuit Wants To Help Developers Create Apps

smartphone-01The mobile app marketplace continues to grow with each passing year, presenting new opportunities for developers. As small business owners and entrepreneurs look towards the cloud for solutions, there’s an inherit void to be filled with apps. Well, Quickbooks maker Intuit is hoping to fill this void by helping to educate developers on how to create apps.

In a recent report published by Intuit, the company found that approximately 600 million small businesses operate in the cloud. The Application of Small Businesses found that the average small business spends $630 per year on software solutions, and that they are willing to spend even more money in the following years. But the most interesting take away from this report is that nearly half of all small business owners rely on their smartphone as their primary device to run their business. That’s a pretty substantial amount considering the fact that there are more than 600 million small businesses that utilize the cloud.

This research provides concrete evidence of why developers should pay attention to the small business opportunity, and how they can go about creating game-changing apps,” said Avi Golan, vice president and general manager of the Intuit Developer Group. “We believe that developers hold the key to unlocking the true potential of the small business cloud. That’s why we’ve turned QuickBooks Online into an open platform with best-in-class developer tools and a dynamic apps store.:

So, how does Intuit plan to help developers build apps for small businesses? As you may already know, Intuit offers the single most popular cloud-based business management solution. With more than one million customers, Quickbooks Online leads the pack in terms of popularity. But Intuit isn’t stopping there, as the company recently launched a new portal on its website to help developers.

You can learn more about the Intuit’s initiative to help developers create apps for small businesses by visiting Here, developers can sign up for an account to explore Quickbooks Online tools and API. Some of the topics covered in the portal include software-as-a-service (Saas), simple apps, sandbox, PaaS, payments API, Azure, security, and more. Feel free to clink on the link previously mentioned to browse through Intuit’s developer center.

What do you think of Intuit’s new plan to help developers? Let us know in the comments section below!

Intuit Acquires SF Startup Playbook HR

intuit01Intuit has acquired San Francisco-based startup Playbook HR for an undisclosed amount. This is just one of many recent acquisitions made by Intuit, bolstering its portfolio of services and products. So, what does the Quickbooks maker plan to do with Playbook HR?

Playbook HR is a StartX accelerator company that offers services for hiring and managing independent contractors. As more and more small businesses seek independent contractors, there’s a growing need for services such as those offered by Playbook HR. Of course, it only makes sense for Intuit to acquire Playbook HR given its focus on accounting and business management software.

According to a recent report published by CareerBuilder, there are an estimated 10 million self-employed jobs in the United States. Granted, this number has declined in the past few years, but millions of Americans continue to work for themselves without the constraints of a parent company. And with analysts expecting this number to grow in the upcoming years, the need for self-employment management software is apparent.

Intuit Vice President and General Manager Alex Chriss cited the growth of on-demand services as being a challenge for both contractors and marketplaces. What exactly is an “on-demand” service? Well, one example is the surge of new transportation services like Uber and Lyft. Rather than calling a taxi, individuals in need of transportation can fire up an app on their smartphone to locate an Uber or Lyft driver. These companies use independent contractors as their drivers, employing tens of thousands of hard-working men and women in dozens of countries throughout the world.

The rapid growth of the on-demand economy has created new compliance challenges for both contractors and marketplaces,” said Alex Chriss, Vice President and General Manager. “Our mission is to serve both sides of this economy. We want to make it easier for independent contractors to manage their finances and pay their taxes, and we also want to make it possible for on-demand marketplaces to manage their growing rosters of independent contractors and help them stay within the compliance guidelines.”

  • Other recent acquisitions Intuit has made in recent years includes the following:
  • Cloud-based payroll service provider Acrede
  • Cloud-based bookkeeping software Invicto
  • Small business appointment scheduling software Full State
  • Data consulting firm Level Up Analytics
  • Small business marketing and customer communications software DemandForce

Intuit Partners With Uber To Make Tax Time Easier

Photoxpress_4771182Intuit, maker of Quickbooks accounting software, has partnered with Uber to make tax time a little easier for independent contractors. Under this new partnership, drivers for Uber will have access to both free and premium Quickbooks services, allowing them to streamline their accounting processes. To learn more about this partnership and what it means for Uber, keep reading.

If this is your first time hearing about Uber, let me give you a brief explanation of the service. Originally launched in 2009, Uber is a transportation service that connects independent drivers with people in need of a ride. When a user needs a ride, for instance, he or she can open the Uber app on their smartphone to find a certified driver in the area. To put the popularity of Uber into perspective, the company currently operates in 53 countries and 200 cities throughout the world, generating an estimated $40 billion in annual revenue.

But independent contractors face, such as Uber drivers, face a unique challenge at tax time: they must determine exactly how much money they’ve earned (gross revenue), subtracted by their business-related expenses. Uber drivers don’t have income tax withheld like other professionals, so it’s their responsibility to handle their accounting. Thankfully. Intuit has stepped up to the plate to lend a helping hand.

So, how does Intuit plan on helping? Uber drivers will be given free access to the new QuickBooks Online Self-Employed software, and they will have the option to send their data from QuickBooks Online Self-Employed to TurboTax Online, streamlining the process of doing their taxes.

Uber is giving hundreds of thousands of individuals a new and exciting way to earn income and many will encounter a new set of tax obligations. We’ve set out to empower people working in the on-demand economy by giving them easy to use tools for managing business revenue and expenses,” said Alex Chriss, vice president and general managers of Self-Employed Solutions at Intuit. “By partnering with Uber, we’re able to offer a tailor-made solution that simplifies tax time, and provides clear visibility into their income throughout the year.”

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