Tracks income in real-time
Intuit has announced QuickBooks for Mac 2014, an update to the company's small-business accounting software. The update promises a simplified setup process, and a new homepage, which provides an overview of a company's finances without having to generate a report. A customizable left-hand toolbar should make it easier to get to data and transactions.
Few feature details available so far
Intuit has revealed QuickBooks for Mac 2013, the next major update of the company's small business accounting software. Relatively few changes to the app have been detailed, but Intuit does say 2013 will simplify a number of common tasks, such as invoicing, reconciling accounts, and adding contacts. A new online payment service will be offered through Intuit, and users will be able to attach documents to items such as contracts, proposals, and receipts.
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Due September 26th
Intuit has announced QuickBooks for Mac 2012, the next edition of its business accounting software. The 2012 upgrade is said to include over 50 new features, such as better search options, which let people use keywords to find amounts, dates, contacts and transactions. Filters can be used to narrow results, and search criteria can be saved for later recall.
New version adds mullti-user support
MacNN has reviewed QuickBooks 2011, focusing on the upgrade from 2010 and how it compares to its Windows counterpart. The 2011 edition enables multi-user access, with User Permissions for administrating the accounts of multiple workers. It also adds mileage tracking and reports, along with a more Mac-like interface.
Gains multi-user support
Intuit has unveiled QuickBooks 2011 for Mac, the next version of its small-business accountancy software. New in the upgrade is the concept of multiple user accounts, which allows up to five workers to view or edit content at the same time. Associated with the feature are user permissions, which can restrict people to a selection of eight different program areas. To mitigate mistakes in group work, the app has been given iChat integration.
App missing online banking, cross-compatibility
MacNN has reviewed QuickBooks 2010, the latest Mac edition of Intuit's Windows-based accounting software. A variety of upgrades have been made, including a New Company Setup Assistant, processing for debit and credit card payments, and sync with Address Book. Some improvement areas include search, and better invoicing, estimates and purchase orders.
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Intuit unveils QuickBooks 2010 for Mac
Intuit has unveiled Quickbooks for Mac 2010 with built-in credit card processing, access to the company's new payroll service and several enhancements designed to improve ease of use. Also included is My Time, a new standalone application for time tracking and billing.
Intuit corrects registration issues, report filter
Intuit has released the QuickBooks 2009 for Mac R8.2 patch, adding Snow Leopard support to the small-business financial software. The update also fixes a series of problems including an issue that prevented customer product codes from completing registration, along with errors that appeared during importation of IIF files with large customer lists. The release also improves stability with print previews or or application of report filters in the Vendor Phone list report.
GoPayment iPhone app
Intuit has released GoPayment, its newest iPhone app to complement users GoPayment Merchant accounts. The application allows users to process credit card payments as soon as a job is completed. The software additionally sends electronic receipts via e-mail and text message. Users can also review transaction history online and synchronize the information with their QuickBooks application.
QuickBooks 2006 lawsuit
The Garden City Group has filed a Notice of Class Action Settlement, based on a case alleging that Intuit's QuickBooks 2006 software can cause the loss or damage of important data. As a result of Create-A-Card v. Intuit Inc., affected QuickBooks users may thus be eligible to claim an award. The settlement proposes reimbursement of both monetary recovery as well as a free upgrade to QuickBooks Pro 2007.
QuickBooks Online Safari
Intuit has announced that its QuickBooks Online accounting tools are now available on Apple's Safari browser, while new editing capabilities have been added to the iPhone version. The web-based application can be used to create invoices, pay bills or track expenses from any computer connected to the Internet. Users can generate and customize a variety of reports, then print or e-mail the documents as needed.
Intuit Online Payroll
Intuit has announced plans to extend its web-based Online Payroll service to Mac users, with support for Safari and integration with QuickBooks for Mac. Earnings, payroll taxes and deductions are all automatically calculated after entering an employee's hours, with options to either print paychecks from a local printer or pay via Direct Deposit.