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QuickBooks Tips Blog

QuickBooks Online vs QuickBooks Desktop - Pros and Cons

Posted by Richard Haralson on Nov 21, 2014 7:00:00 AM

I’ll be the first to say I am all for new features and new products to help me become more efficient. However, QuickBooks Online (QBO) is a Trojan horse, not the White Knight Intuit says it is. I want to present a few bottlenecks of QBO and expose the surprise inside you won’t read about on the front page of Intuit’s big push.

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Topics: QuickBooks, QuickBooks Versions, QuickBooks Consultant

Look Under QuickBooks' Hood Now, Don't Go Nuts Later

Posted by Joe Mazur on Nov 14, 2014 7:00:00 AM

Performing some routine maintenance on your QuickBooks company file might save some major time and loads of money down the road.  Ignoring pesky corrupt file warnings and incomplete rebuild errors might mean there is a deep rooted issue that can really screw you at any given time.  QuickBooks has been around for 20 years now and dozens of versions, releases, updates, etc. have been rolled out.  A QuickBooks Enterprise technician told me that it's like taking care of your car.  Routine maintenance is great, but every 100,000 miles a few extra steps are needed for keeping the car healthy, and this is the same for QuickBooks.

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Topics: QuickBooks Versions, QuickBooks Best Practices, Small Business Consulting

QuickBooks: Which Version or Product To Buy

Posted by Alex Viau on Feb 3, 2014 7:00:00 AM

Before purchasing QuickBooks a lot of folks pose the question 'Well, which version should I
get?' or 'What's the best version of QuickBooks I can buy?'. This question is not as easy as saying if you can afford it purchase the most expensive one as for most people QuickBooks Pro (the cheapest option over a 3 year period) is the perfect solution for most small business out there. However, there are some subtle differences that come into play between all of the versions that might make one over the other a worthwhile venture for your business.

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Topics: QuickBooks Versions, QuickBooks Help