quickbooks help, Accounting Basics

I need the answers to the following questions in Quickbooks 2012,

1-write dividend checks,
2- sell fixed assets,
3-update the asset tracking report,
4-pay sales taxes and payroll tax liabilities,
5-do adjusting entries for expired rent,
6- interest accrued on loans (as well as making installment payments on those loans)
7-accumulated depreciation of assets. We also need to know how to
8-record dividend revenue,
9-pay employees (including paying them for overtime) and
10- issue company stock.
Posted Date: 12/15/2012 2:09:35 AM | Location : United States







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