Selling products on Amazon is a popular option for an online business. But while setting up your Amazon store might be relatively fun and easy, keeping track of your revenue as an Amazon seller can be tricky. As an accountant, I strongly recommend QuickBooks Online for small business bookkeeping. However, when you first set up your books, the default chart of accounts has many categories that aren't relevant for Amazon sellers. But the good news is I'm going to share an easy way to deal with this.
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