One of the greatest things about Quickbooks Online is that Intuit is always improving existing features and creating new ones to help you do more and spend less time doing it. In its latest release, Quickbooks has added some great new features that we wanted to share with you today.

Simplify credit card payments with a new workflow

Quickbooks has added a new workflow that simplifies recording paying down a credit card in QuickBooks Online Accountant and QuickBooks Online. To use this new workflow tap the “+New” button and select “Pay down a credit card” under “Other” or from the expense list under “New transaction” and select “Pay down a credit card.”

Stay Compliant With Sales Tax Filing

If your company is currently using the Manual Sales Tax experience, you’ll notice Intuit has updated the Taxes tab in QuickBooks Online to make it easier to find the most important information when collecting and filing sales tax. They’ve also created a list of verified tax agencies to be matched with your existing tax rates.

Save Time With The Profit And Loss Report Enhancement

Intuit has added a column to profit and loss reports in QuickBooks Online Accountant, so now you only have to run one report to compare current financials to the previous year-to-date financials. To do this, you just need to select the new “Previous year-to-date” comparison option.

Establish And Manage Your Chase Bank Account

Intuit has worked with Chase to ensure that accountants, bookkeepers, and others are now allowed to connect to Chase through QuickBooks using their own username and password. Primary account holders have the ability to enable read capabilities for delegated users such as their accountant or bookkeeper.

Identify Opportunities With The Revenue Streams Dashboard Report

In QuickBooks Online Advanced you can now quickly visualize revenue trends to see where you are bringing in the most, allowing you to identify patterns and opportunities. There are a number of customization options including accrual versus cash, defined fiscal year, date range, and other key variables You can create the dashboard that focuses on the revenue streams you care about most.