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  • Lewis hamilton

    QuickBooks Online

    In 2014, Intuit reported a major turning point for QuickBooks products. For the first time, more new customers chose QuickBooks Online over other QuickBooks versions.

    Since then, QuickBooks Online has grown to over 1 million subscribers, signaling that small businesses are growing more confident hosting their accounting solutions in the cloud.

    Pricing: Available through a monthly subscription that includes the cost for support, automatic data backups, and upgrades.

    QuickBooks cloud hosting is designed for small-business users and comes in four packages: Simple Start, Essentials, Plus, and Advanced.

    Accounts payable and accounts receivable: Monitor and manage income and expenses.

    Billing and invoicing: Send unlimited estimates and invoices. Essentials and Plus also offer recurring invoices.

    Expense management: Track and process work-related expenses such as travel and supplies.

    Financial reporting: Simple Start has over 20 prebuilt reports, Essentials has over 40, and Plus has over 60 (includes sales and tax reports).

    Also, you can try other QB solutions like QuickBooks 2020 and QuickBooks for Mac.
    I hope this information helps!
    Regards,
    Lewis

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