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Brad Smith, Intuit CEO, QuickBooks Connect keynote video speech

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks, QuickBooks Online by on February 19, 2018 0 Comments
Brad Smith, Intuit CEO, QuickBooks Connect keynote video speech

JP Mangalindan, Yahoo Tech correspondent, Tweeted this about the Brad Smith, Intuit CEO, QuickBooks Connect keynote: Old-school accountants will be ‘struggling in 5 years’ because of A.I. finance.yahoo.com/news/intuit-ce…via @YahooFinance</h4>   I shared it from my Tax-Cut-CPA Twitter account, adding:  Thanks JP, for a terrific post on the Brad Smith QuickBooks Connect keynote. His outstanding @Intuit team is working […]

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Must I reconcile my checking account? NO!

Filed in Accounting, Business, Intuit QuickBooks, Xero by on February 9, 2018 0 Comments
Must I reconcile my checking account? NO!

Harriet Gatter answered YES to, Must I reconcile my checking account?, but I now say NO!” We laugh at “Do it yourself brain surgery.” DO IT YOURSELF BOOKKEEPING IS FAR WORSE. Intuit (QuickBooks) often encourages DIY bookkeeping, but its CEO recently said, “If a small business works with an accountant, their odds of success go […]

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Typical accountant, after a very difficult challenge

Filed in Accounting, Business, Jokes by on February 9, 2018 0 Comments
Typical accountant, after a very difficult challenge

This is a supposed typical accountant, after a very difficult challenge. Thanks to Ric Payne (Facebook) and Cheney.

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Some new Live Oak neighbors are too friendly

Filed in Florida, Intuit QuickBooks, Jokes by on February 4, 2018 0 Comments
Some new Live Oak neighbors are too friendly

Some of our new Live Oak (FL) neighbors are too friendly. There also must be some bird dive bomber schools nearby. Their graduates did all this in just over one hour, during a Library history seminar no less. I promise that my next few posts will be all about incredible new QuickBooks features. By the […]

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Guatemala Was Incredible Before QuickBooks Online Was Amazing

Guatemala Was Incredible Before QuickBooks Online Was Amazing

Guatemala was incredible before QuickBooks Online was amazing. I have long been proud of my long time QuickBooks assistant, Yolanda Perez. She came from Guatemala the hard way. Books, like Indian Givers fill me with wonder (I will not get paid if you click this link or borrow my well-worn copy in Live Oak, FL). These new […]

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QuickBooks Desktop vs. QuickBooks Online, Intuit Desktop vs Online User & Revenue Charts, Part 2

QuickBooks Desktop vs. QuickBooks Online, Intuit Desktop vs Online User & Revenue Charts, Part 2

Accountants have long debated QuickBooks Desktop vs. QuickBooks Online. Please first click my prior post on this QuickBooks Desktop vs. QuickBooks Online, Users and Revenue, Part 1 of many. The related new Intuit charts below, for its upcoming annual stockholder meeting, further clearly show Intuit gradually abandoning Desktop products. QUICKBOOKS ONLINE NON-US USERS VS QUICKBOOKS […]

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No posts until 1/1/18 – Must do Hurricane Irma Extension tax returns

Filed in Accounting, Business by on January 24, 2018 0 Comments
No posts until 1/1/18 – Must do Hurricane Irma Extension tax returns

No posts until 1/1/18 – Must do (finish) a few Hurricane Irma Extension tax returns

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Is Intuit falling behind? No, but this may inspire a new effort

Filed in Accounting, Business by on January 23, 2018 0 Comments
Is Intuit falling behind? No, but this may inspire a new effort

“Is Intuit falling behind?” I almost always say NO, but this may inspire a new effort. These terrific new Microsoft 365 Education licenses, training and computers might give someone at Intuit new inspiration. Intuit international QuickBooks Online sales are its fastest growing area. However, IBM and Apple trained captive generations of computer students, with discounted […]

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Professional accountants, Xero and Intuit, REVERSED, I am now very anti-Xero and Pro-Intuit

Professional accountants, Xero and Intuit, REVERSED, I am now very anti-Xero and Pro-Intuit

As I PARTLY detailed, in my BestQuickBooksCPA website, I had a very long and amazingly close insider relationship with two Intuit CPAs and their top assistants. Here are only a few things they wrote to me: Former Intuit CEO Steve Bennett: Keep raising hell when Intuit does something wrong! Intuit CEO Brad Smith, after Steve […]

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QuickBooks Desktop vs. QuickBooks Online, Users and Revenue, Part 1 of many

QuickBooks Desktop vs. QuickBooks Online, Users and Revenue, Part 1 of many

Professional accountants have long debated using QuickBooks Desktop vs. QuickBooks Online. Here are Users and Revenue I will soon show you the most authoritative INSIDER way to decide between QuickBooks Desktop vs. QuickBooks Online, but Users and Revenue, from official quarterly Intuit Fact Sheets below, conclusively show Intuit’s direction to date. There were 1,201 thousand […]

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