Monday, 4 December 2017

How to Overcome Complications of the QuickBooks Accountant’s Copy

Many a time, you may face complications using QuickBooks Accountant’s copy and there is also chances data loss. There are several good ways that you can use during any adversity and achieve optimal advantages of QuickBooks Accountant’s copy.

Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Choose from Different Server Types for QuickBooks Hosting

The most initial crucial decisions that any small business enterprise may need to take while hosting QuickBooks in a cloud is to select from different server types.
There are three types of servers on which you can get QuickBooks hosting: Dedicated Server, Virtual Private Server (VPS) and Cloud Server.

These three different server types have different functions, features and capacity. Depending on your business needs you can select any of them.
Well, before you select the most appropriate server, it is wise to carefully do analysis, such as:
·         The objectives behind using a server

·         Use server to – share QuickBooks files, backup vital data or remote access your QuickBooks
·         Do you want to access QuickBooks from any device you want, etc
To make your analysis easier, let’s look at different QuickBooks servers and understand different functionalities and usabilities of these servers in this blog post.

Tuesday, 31 October 2017

How QuickBooks Desktop is better than QuickBooks Online

Let’s have a quick glimpse on how QuickBooks Desktop is better than QuickBooks Online
In recent few years, Intuit has been promoting QuickBooks Online. And, due to this one question that worries many accountants is: “Is Intuit going to phase out the desktop editions?”
The answer to this question is “No.”
QuickBooks Desktop version helps the user to download the software and access it any time from systems within the premises. The user does not need any internet connection to work on the software since all the crucial data and files are stored on the hard drive of the computer. 

Consultants and Pro Advisors of QuickBooks always recommend QuickBooks Desktop version after examining the client’s requirement and have avoided suggesting QuickBooks Online (QBO).
And, with recent technological advancements there has been a gradual development of hosted QuickBooks as well.
QuickBooks Desktop is much more user-friendly than QuickBooks Online. For an entrepreneur who has just started a new small or medium-sized business or running a small to medium-sized business, QuickBooks Desktop delivers the most upbeat accounting solution, and that too with an ease of use.

Tuesday, 24 October 2017

QuickBooks Desktop vs. Online

There are still many QuickBooks users out there using some version of QuickBooks Desktop.  However, an ever-increasing number of new QuickBooks users are going with QuickBooks Online.  Small business owners seem to be drawn to many of the features that QuickBooks Online offers.

We are prepared to service our clients using QuickBooks Desktop or QuickBooks Online.  Intuit is certainly shifting focus to promotion of the online solutions available with QuickBooks Online.  For 2017, all versions of Desktop received the same features across the board with a focus on improvement to search and reporting.  In the past, Pro, Premier, Accountant, and Enterprise would usually each have unique, updated features to promote.  To date, QuickBooks Desktop has been around longer and it continues to be more powerful than QuickBooks Online as a stand-alone product.

Tuesday, 17 October 2017

QuickBooks Accountant’s Copy | Techarex Networks

QuickBooks Accountant’s Copy is a great concept. These days, there are elegant and efficient ways to coordinate your work with your CPA, tax adviser or bookkeeper. If your CPA asks you for an Accountant Copy, I recommend you to push back. Luckily, very few CPAs ask for an Accountant Copy. 

QuickBooks Premier on the QuickBooks Account’s Copy. It is a feature in all desktop versions of QuickBooks that allows you to keep working on QuickBooks, while your accountant can make edits to the historical data.
Typically, it is used at tax time to let your CPA work on the previous year, while you can keep on working on the current year. QuickBooks includes a feature that lets a client send a special copy of their data to an accounting professional, called the Accountant’s Copy. QuickBooks Accountant copy lets the accounting professional make adjustments to the client file while allowing the client to continue working with their original file.
Some people love this feature, while some use different approach to work with their client’s data.