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Monthly Archives: June 2011

News Flash – California Statewide Sales and Use Tax Rate to Decrease by 1% on July 1, 2011

California Statewide Sales and Use Tax Rate
to Decrease by 1% on July 1, 2011
Statewide Base Tax Rate Decreases from 8.25% to 7.25%

Effective July 1, 2011, the one percent sales and use tax rate increase that was approved with the state budget and effective April 1, 2009, will expire lowering the statewide base tax rate from 8.25 percent to 7.25 percent. In areas where there are voter-approved district taxes, the total tax rate related to sales and purchases will be the statewide base tax rate of 7.25 percent plus the applicable district tax. (See the California Sales and Use Tax Rates by County and City or the table below.)

For More Information

  • For a current listing of the California City and County Sales and Use Tax Rates visit (www.boe.ca.gov/sutax/pam71.htm);
  • See Publication 71, California City and County Sales and Use Tax Rates;
  • View the entire Special Notice at the BOE’s website;
  • Call the Taxpayer Information Section at (800) 400-7115 (TTY: 711) 800-735-2929.

Please note, if legislative action occurs which results in an extension of the 8.25% statewide base tax rate, updated tax rate information will be immediately available on the California City and County Sales and Use Tax Rates page of the BOE’s website.

California City and County Sales and Use Tax Rates

 


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How to Download Old Versions of QuickBooks

I have my license and product number but somehow I lost my Cd and I want to download QuickBooks Pro 2008 into another computer. How can I do that? Please advise. Thank you.
We have many QuickBooks downloads on our Download QuickBooks page. You will need your license and product number to install them, though. If you have QuickBooks running on another computer, you can get get them by pressing F2 or by going to Help > About QuickBooks.

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How to Pay a Credit Card Bill in QuickBooks

Hi again, Ruth. The Credit Card thing is kind of nutty now, too. I went in to BANKING as you suggested and posted all the individual things I purchased with the credit card. That was great! Now, though, how do I post that I paid the credit card bill without double-posting the expense?
Thanks.
If you paid the bill via EFT/ACH, I recommend making a transfer from your checking account to your credit card account in Banking > Transfer Funds. If you paid with a check, use your credit card account as the Expense account. This will reduce the balance on the credit card to the remaining balance owed.

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How to Get Rid of Sales Receipts to be Printed in QuickBooks

Hi Ruth. When I opened QuickBooks today, there was an alert telling me I had Sales Receipts to Print…WOW! There are a lot of them. How do I get rid of all those Sales Receipts that it wants me to now print? Thank you!
The easiest way to get rid of sales receipts marked to print is to go to File > Print Forms, select Sales Receipts, and print to a pdf. To make this stop happening, uncheck the To be printed box at the bottom of the next sales receipt you create. QuickBooks defaults to whatever was last selected so if you ever want to print a sales receipt you’ll need to check it again or print it individually as you create it.

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