As most of you are extremely busy running your business, we have compiled a quick list of the most important recent updates to Ivy and how they can best help run your business.
The main reason a business should hire a bookkeeper is to produce accurate key figures needed to make better financial decisions and ultimately increase the design firm’s bottom line.
Interior design is a unique challenge, especially when it comes to accounting, but the geniuses behind Ivy/Houzz Pro have figured it out, and the best part is that it integrates with QuickBooks® Online (QBO).
Melio, “The Simplest Way to Pay Vendors & Contractors” connects seamlessly with QBO to make vendor payments seamless.
Whether you’re new to the Ivy / Houzz Pro integration or have been using it for years, it’s likely that you have experienced an issue or two. So what are the common mistakes that can cause issues with the sync and lead to a bookkeeping nightmare?
According to the CDTFA there are many different scenarios in which you should (or shouldn’t) charge sales tax on shipping charges to your client.
You’re planning to integrate your Ivy or Houzz Pro account with your QuickBooks account. You’re probably asking what the first steps are and what to do (or not do) once you’ve connected? We’re going to share with you some great tips to ensure you have a smooth integration!
Are you an interior designer who manages your own books? While it may seem like a cost-effective solution, it can actually lead to costly mistakes. In this blog post, we will discuss the reasons why you should stop what you’re doing and outsource your bookkeeping to Logistis for Designers. By doing so, you can eliminate stress, save time, and ensure accurate financial records for your growing business.
You’re busy building proposals, sending them out to clients, and building invoices from those approved proposals. In this post, we’ll dive into the easiest way you can track your unpaid and unsent proposals in Houzz Pro.
We are often asked by our clients if they should connect their Houzz Pro account to their QuickBooks online account. What are the benefits and drawbacks of doing this, and ultimately will it help streamline your business and improve productivity?