QuickBooks 2015 – Check out What’s New!

QuickBooks 2015 – Check out What’s New!

QuickBooks 2015 has been announced and there are some great new features!  Accountants will really love the new Accountant Toolbox!  If you are a member of the paid ProAdvisor Program, you can login and download QuickBooks Accountant Desktop 2015 now.  

Join me for “What’s New in QuickBooks 2015 for You” at the Intuit Virtual Conference from 10:30 – 11:30 am Pacific time on September 22 and again on September 23 from 4:30 – 5:30 pm Pacific time.– details and register here:  http://www.quickbooksvcon.com/

In the meantime, you can check out highlights of What’s New in 2015 here:

·         QuickBooks Pro 2015: http://content.webcollage.net/quickbooks-tours/product-content-page?wcpid=quickbooks-1388420590651

·         QuickBooks Premier 2015: http://content.webcollage.net/quickbooks-tours/product-content-page?wcpid=quickbooks-1387823039324

·         QuickBooks for Mac 2015http://content.webcollage.net/quickbooks-tours/product-content-page?wcpid=quickbooks-1407438484464

2 thoughts on “QuickBooks 2015 – Check out What’s New!

  1. Michael Jonas

    Hi,
    Been using QB since the DOS days, beta tested for QBW and QB for Mac.
    This has been an ongoing request over the last several years when beta testing:

    Why the feature has not been implemented or responded by the development team is beyond me… So here it goes again:

    I make a purchase, pay by debit/credit or electronic funds transfer

    I need to enter the transaction into the check register

    In the field for check number I change from the check number to “debit card”

    Why doesn’t QB create a list of payment options within the checkbook register is unbelievable in these days of going PAPERLESS!

    Even in the Pay Bills Window, the option to assign “my own check number” exists, so again, the user can write “debit card”, “electronic transfer”, etc, but these method of payments cannot be memorized so the redundancy of always having to indicate how the bill is paid is archaic! Anyone on the development team reading these posts, kindly pay attention.

    Thank You!

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