Intuit QuickBooks Accountant 2015
- Includes 2015 Pro and Premier Editions
- Tools to help you find and fix client errors quickly
- Enter or reclassify hundreds of transactions all at once
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Software that will help you save time and provide better service to your clients.
Product detailsPlatform:PC Disc
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 5.4 x 0.7 x 7.5 inches; 4 Ounces
- Item model number : 424444
- Date First Available : September 22, 2014
- Manufacturer : Intuit
- ASIN : B00MCLGAK4
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This is the best version for a small business or anyone that does accounting for more than one business. But you need only if there is no reasonable alternative.
Intuit's competition is coming from the likes of xero and Freshbooks (cloud solutions). No business owner or their accountant in their right mind wants their financial data, details of all transactions, customers, prices paid, etc in the cloud with no way to prove security. Intuit do all they can to force you into their own cloud, or to backup into the cloud. They clearly don't get the needs of accountants, business owners or understand privacy. Or alternatively, perhaps they do understand the value of owning your data and they do all they can to force you to hand it over.
Still missing: Features to *easily* track when use tax is owed on a purchase. This should be as simple as checking a box when entering a transaction. Yes there are ways to track it, but something needed by every business in most states shouldn't be so difficult or non-obvious.
If I had to guess they are making the program less user friendly to push people to their inferior but more expensive online platform. Intuit is a very big company but it would be nice if they tried to be a good one as well.
Once I had opened the QB2015 door, and was airborne, I was first impressed by the intuitive ease when going through some of the processes that had obviously been reworked. I created new companies from older company files in very short time, and succeeded in cleaning up the Chart of Accounts, adding new vendors, clients, forms, and adding such facility as QIF to IIF conversions. I previously used a 3rd party app with bad documentation for such tasks. When QB took care of this simple task, I was able to download from several banks directly into QB, rather than downloading to CSV, excel or PDF and doing a bit of real time data entry from the keyboard.
From this non-accountant, who has done the job himself, FIVE STARS FOR THIS RELEASE! Now I can have some comfort, while, at the same time, taking some online sessions with Lynda.com. I always liked her anyway. Many good hours spend online in cram courses!