One QuickBooks Online account for multiple small businesses

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A client wants to upgrade his bookkeeping system to QuickBooks Online but was resistant to opening a separate QuickBooks account for each of his small companies. Through a fast screen share, I was able to show him how I use my own QuickBooks account to run several businesses that each report to a separate tax […]

Which version of QuickBooks is right for your business?

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Sometimes it is actually useful or necessary to provide a long explanation to a simple answer. I find that is often the case when recommending an accounting system to a small business owner. The best answer for most small businesses is simple and clear. The explanation is often far more complicated. The takeaway: Most small […]

New pricing for QuickBooks Online

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QuickBooks Online will have new higher pricing for new accounts effective March 9. Current pricing is listed at http://quickbooks.intuit.com/online/compare/. Monthly rates for new customers: Retail through a ProAdvisor Simple Start (previously $9.95) $12.95 $6.50 Essentials – includes bill pay and 3 users (previously $19.95) $26.95 $13.50 Plus – includes inventory tracking, class tracking, expense by customer, […]

Adoption of modern small business accounting systems is stalled

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Results of a new research report published in CPA Trendlines, conducted by accounting technology consultancy Software Advice, confirm what I already suspected: the mass migration of small business accounting systems from desktop to cloud is not going as predicted. Small business clients are raising objections and remain unconvinced of the benefits or switching. The objections […]