Intuit to Discontinue Support for QuickBooks 2016

Intuit to Discontinue Support for QuickBooks 2016

As happens each year, Intuit (the creators of QuickBooks) will retire an older version of their software. As of May 31, 2019, QuickBooks Desktop 2016 will be discontinued, and all current users will need to upgrade to Intuit’s newer 2019 software if they need to use...
Bank Import vs Reconciliation

Bank Import vs Reconciliation

Are you an entrepreneur using QuickBooks Online and assuming that the import to QuickBooks from your bank means that your accounts are reconciled? I’ve worked with some people in the last couple months who’ve wanted to offload their bookkeeping and when I...
3  Common Sales Tax Mistakes Businesses Make

3 Common Sales Tax Mistakes Businesses Make

Business owners often have a lot to think about. From weighing bright ideas and establishing systems for growth, to juggling clients, regulations, and inventory, it can be both an exciting and stressful time for small business owners. With all the many...
How to Switch from QuickBooks Desktop to Online

How to Switch from QuickBooks Desktop to Online

Whether you’re upgrading to QuickBooks Online to prevent losing your information to the sunsetting of an older desktop application, or just seeking to take advantage of cloud access QuickBooks Online has to offer, transferring your data from one version to another can...
Payroll Support to End for QuickBooks 2015

Payroll Support to End for QuickBooks 2015

Per Intuit’s (the creators of QuickBooks) yearly tradition to retire an older version of their QuickBooks software, Intuit has announced that on May 31, 2018, QuickBooks Desktop 2015 will be discontinued, and as such all current 2015 users are advised to upgrade to...

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