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Using Quickbooks Online vs. the Desktop Version

Quickbooks is one of the most popular software programs among business owners these days. Owners of large companies, small business, and every business type in between can benefit from having access to Quickbooks software. It is great for tracking expenses, transactions, profits, and all other financial aspects of a business. Not to mention, business owners everywhere agree that it is an extremely easy program to use. There are two main types of Quickbooks software: the online version and the desktop version. There are several important differences with each that are important for business owners to be aware of.

Quickbooks Online

These days, Quickbooks online is becoming an increasingly popular option for business owners to use because it can be synced with merchant accounts to keep information constantly updated. This saves business owners the time and hassle of having to download transaction records and enter them into the system manually. Furthermore, growing businesses tend to enjoy the online version of Quickbooks because of the fact that up to 25 different authorized users can be logged into the program at once. This is great for larger businesses with employees that need access to the account at any given time. Finally, Quickbooks online comes with free live support at any time in addition to free upgrades.

Quickbooks Desktop Version

For smaller business that do not necessarily need all of the bells and whistles of the online edition, the more affordable desktop version may suffice. While this version does not allow for the easy syncing between merchant accounts and Quickbooks software, businesses with fewer credit card processing transactions to input can do so manually without hassle. Furthermore, the desktop version of Quickbooks does not allow for multiple authorized users to be logged in at the same time, as the software is installed on just one computer. Still, this can be a great option for smaller businesses.

Overall, there are many differences between Quickbooks online and desktop versions. Both are great options for any business owner looking to keep better track of the company’s expenses, profits, credit card processing, and all other financial aspects of running the business.


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