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Intuit launching an Uber for Bookkeeping?

QuickBooks has recently started a test on their main pricing page to gauge interest in bookkeeping services. It is a high likelihood that Intuit may be offering bookkeeping services as an add-on to a QuickBooks subscription in the near future. According to the new feature, potential clients would be able to access a live bookkeeper… read more »

How to merge multiple QuickBooks data files with Classes

QuickBooks does not have an in-built functionality to merge QuickBooks data files together. In fact, it is quite a challenging task because QuickBooks has very strict rules for names i.e. a Customer name in one file cannot be the same as a Vendor name in another file. Perhaps, the biggest issue in merging file is… read more »

How to convert QuickBooks Canada to QuickBooks UK

There could be several reasons why switching from one QuickBooks nationality to the other would be required. Sometimes it could be because businesses have operations in different countries or sometimes it simply is because the bookkeeper chose to use that particular version of QuickBooks. One common issue that businesses with operations in different countries face… read more »

How to Optimize a QuickBooks file size for improved speed and performance

QuickBooks data files larger than 1 GB need to be optimized every 6-12 months to ensure they run at peak performance. The computer system contains a lot of files and each file has a specific location and function. When QuickBooks fails to function properly, a message saying ‘QuickBooks is unable to start’ or ‘QuickBooks slow… read more »

What is a SuperCondense? Can US and Canadian files be SuperCondensed?

An overgrown QuickBooks data file can, without a doubt, negatively impact the performance of the file, where you will experience sluggishness, frequent crashes, delays in saving transactions, delays in running reports, and the like. This normally brought on by continued use of QuickBooks’ accumulation of non-financial data in the data file such as report settings,… read more »

How to convert from DacEasy to QuickBooks

One important aspect for a smooth-sailing business is to ensure that your accounting software is continuing to meet business needs. If you’re experiencing rapid business growth, or it’s time to reimagine your accounting software due to slow but steady growth, you may be considering the transition from Sage DacEasy to QuickBooks. Why Switch to QuickBooks… read more »

Overcoming the 14,500 List Limit in QuickBooks

The max number of Items including inventory items is 14,500 for QuickBooks Pro and Premier. And it’s over 100,000 for Enterprise. Lists in QB are objects/structures like your items list, class list, chart of accounts, and your names lists. There are many other minor lists like your terms, templates, payment methods and so on. Each… read more »

How to SuperCondense a QuickBooks UK Data File

The SuperCondense service is an advanced version of the Condense feature available in QuickBooks. You will get a fully usable data file with a reduced file size and all historical data. If the size of a Quickbooks data file grows too large, it can negatively affect the performance of the file. You will experience sluggishness,… read more »

How to SuperCondense a Canadian QuickBooks file

The SuperCondense service is an advanced version of the Condense feature available in QuickBooks. You will get a fully usable data file with a reduced file size and all historical data. The best way to define “too big” is to say a file that a file is too big when it starts to get sluggish… read more »

E-Tech Data Migration Services for QuickBooks

An important part of the migration process is to specify the accounts to migrate transactions to. It’s a good idea to plan this mapping before you migrate data. For example, the accounts where you post transactions for: ⦁ The sale of items or services to customers ⦁ The purchase of items or services from vendors… read more »

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