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QuickBooks Integration with eBay

    QuickBooks Integration with Ebay

    eBay is a world-renowned place where people go for shopping, selling, and providing. No matter whether you are buying anything new or refurbished one that is simple or luxurious, rare, or common if it is available anywhere in the world, it is definitely on eBay.

    Hence, integrating eBay with QuickBooks can double its benefits and benefit the users significantly.

    To be precise, when you integrate eBay with QuickBooks, it initiates the automated entry of data, saving hundreds of hours in a day.

    This in turn augments business processes, boosts productivity, and takes your organization to a whole new level.

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    Why Integrate eBay with QuickBooks

    Integrating eBay with QuickBooks has many benefits, some of which turn the tables for your business.

    Here are the top reasons why you need to integrate eBay with QuickBooks.

    • Saves money and time, by allocating data between QuickBooks and eBay
    • Associates numerous sales channels to QuickBooks to ensure the stock-levels are updated
    • Reduce manual data entry that mostly leads to human error issues
    • Automatically post eBay sales data in the accounting system without any data entry
    • Track sales tax easily and precisely
    • Record sales receipts/invoices in QuickBooks
    • Sync, manage and track eBay inventory
    • Accurate, timely, and organized accounting

    The above-mentioned reasons are why you need to integrate eBay with QuickBooks and boost your business processes significantly. It will aid in a flourishing business.

    Steps for Integrate eBay with QuickBooks

    Step 1: Go to your QuickBooks account

    Step 2: Click the Sales Button, and the Sales Transaction window opens

    Step 3: Click the tab that says ‘New Transactions’. Select the option Invoice from the drop-down

    Step 4: The invoice screen will open.

    Step 5: Choose a customer. Select ‘Due on receipt’ from the Terms drop-down. Add the Invoice date

    Step 6: Select an option like ‘Sales’ from the Product and Services drop-down

    Step 7: Add the relevant description in the box on the right side.

    Step 8: Add Quantity, Rate, and Amount.

    Step 9: Click Save and Continue on the bottom- right side of the window.

    Step 10: Go to the Dashboard. Click the invoice, select the eBay sales, and click Receive Payment.

    Step 11: Hit Save and Continue at the bottom right of the window. It will receive the payment and then it will go into the paid section of the Dashboard.

    Step 12: Process complete.

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    Conclusion :

    If at any point you feel you are unable to complete the task with the above steps, do not hesitate to give us a ring at our toll-free QuickBooks technical support number.