October, 2011

QuickBooks OnLine Bank Transactions Download & HSBC Problem

This may be old news for you current global HSBC bank users, that is, trying to download your bank transactions into QuickBooks. For you new or those of you deciding to bank with HSBC, here’s a flash! DON’T!! Even though this current client is located in Vancouver, BC Canada, this is a problem for HSBC clients globally. It wasn’t hard to find people in a number of other...

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QuickBooks and Fishbowl Inventory: The Canadian Problem

Although Fishbowl Inventory is a great product for the U.S. client base, that can not be said for the Canadian QuickBooks users. After playing around with Fishbowl’s demo model, I would recommend it if you are a U.S. client but the problem that the Canadian user will find, is that it does NOT have MULTI-CURRENCY. So you Canadian Inventory users, if you deal with U.S. Customers, or see...

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What’s New In QuickBooks Advanced Inventory 2012?

If some of you have been using QuickBooks Premier or Pro and would like to stay with the Intuit family, then maybe you should have a look at QuickBooks Enterprise Solution Version 12.0 for 2012 – Advanced Inventory. Yes Enterprise Solutions is costly, since it currently retails in US dollars for $3,000 for a five user package, or if you are an existing Pro, Premier, Online or Enterprise...

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QuickBooks News Updates on Third Party Add-ons

I’m not going to go into the whole details at this time on the following QuickBooks Add-ons, but suffice to say I will mention where you can have a look for yourself. If you are a company that has outgrown the QuickBooks Inventory module or it just doesn’t live up to your needs, you might want to check out Fishbowl Inventory. This is a product that integrates with QuickBooks and also...

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See Why You Should Switch to QuickBooks Merchant Service

That’s the message for you retail merchants to look into, as Intuit Canada is offering some sweet incentives to switch. The catch, is that the offer expires on November 30, 2011. Here are some of the details before I give you the link. Free set-up – that’s a $75 savings Your monthly minimum fees are waived for 2 months, another $39.80 savings. No annual fees No contracts You...

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