Archive for April, 2010
We may have had only one QuickBooks Payroll Server Crash between January and April. However, this QuickBooks payroll server crash exposed a ridiculously fault-INtolerant design in the Accountant Edition – master payroll that QuickBooks ProAdvisors use with their Accountant Edition – Accountant Copy programs for client payroll tax returns.
I never expected to talk about QuickBooks Online Offline. However, a recent QuickBooks Online Offline event left QuickBooks Online users Offline for many hours. Should you trust these two-faced Intuit executives when they acknowledge QuickBooks Online Offline is a weak product, but never fix it? Perhaps the incompetence and penny-pinching surrounding QuickBooks Online Offline, and the terrible QuickBooks Online Offline usability and quality, relate to why Intuit is now trying to kill or takeover all the QuickBooks desktop online hosting companies.
https://www.ssbbartgroup.com/blog/2010/02/25/current-state-of-us-accessibility-standards-%E2%80%93-ada/ ADA Related Cases While the Rehabilitation Act compels the Federal Government to offer accessible EIT, it is not applicable to the private sector. All accessibility-related legal action taken in the private sector allege violations of the ADA. As outlined below, several cases have provided further evidence that websites and other IT systems are covered […]
<spanline-height:140%”>According to a new Congressional Budget Office analysis, if Obamacare is not repealed by 2016, nearly 4 million Americans – the vast majority of them middle class – will pay more than $1,000 each in penalties per year if they don’t get government approved insurance. The cost of this insurance will be far higher, so […]
Everything I hear about the QuickBooks hosting mistakes makes them worse. I hate writing about QuickBooks hosting mistakes, but private conversations and emails with our QuickBooks friends left me no choice. See New QuickBooks Hosting (or the lower right index) for htttp:/www.QuickBooks-Blog.com/ posts on this.
Please do not waste your time and money with QuickBooks Phishing Emails. These QuickBooks Phishing Emails may appear to come from Intuit. They are often more realistic than the silly one below. Send suspicious QuickBooks Phishing Emails to SPOOF@Intuit.com.