Problem with QuickBooks Online Accountant Link to Quickbooks Self Employed and Much More

A bookkeeper had a problem when she tried using a QuickBooks Online Accountant link to QuickBooks Self Employed and made the client a wholesale client.

When she first did it he got access to her books and she could not delete him as a team member or set him up as a user in his own account. Intuit helped her eventually fix it, thought he was still a master administrator.

MUCH MORE: This led me to say that the free QuickBooks Online Accountant (#QBOA) uses client-server links to QuickBooks Self Employed (#QBSE) and QuickBooks Online (#QBO). It makes QBSE and QBO run much faster and securely, even if the internet goes down. QBOA has a practice manager and links to QuickBooks Desktop (Pro, Premier & Enterprise) and other programs. It also has an Accountant Toolbox, including Reclassify Transactions, for many way to work even faster and more accurately. You can even use QBOA to add QuickBooks preferred apps (add-ons) to any QBSE and QBO client. These apps include the Intuit Tsheets program for timekeeping (free if you refer a client a year). You get a 20% discount on preferred apps, with one bill. That lets us provide completely FREE accounting to new app users.

Please note that even non-professional accountants should always use the free QBOA to run QBSE and QBO. All QuickBooks users are really accountants, which is all that Intuit asks. Also note that QBSE grew from 180,000 users to 490,000(!) USERS IN ONE YEAR! Equally important, there are 20 million more potential QBSE users. Intuit will announce further QBSE and QBO growth on May 22, as part of 9 month fiscal year results.

All this is partly why I began a LinkedIn group for QuickBooks Self Employed. It is small now, but should soon grow like QBSE itself. Simply Connect to Mike Block CPA on LinkedIn, for help with any QuickBooks problem. After all, I gave thousands of QuickBooks answers in the early years of QuickBooks, partly as the first non-Intuit employee to moderate Intuit’s QuickBooks blog. I also won two QuickBooks Top Tester (pre-release) awards, served on initial Intuit Advisory Councils, was featured in several news stories about QuickBooks and more.

You are unlikely to go wrong when Brad Smith (Intuit CEO) wrote, “You’re fantastic Mike! Absolutely Fantastic! You also are unlikely to need to question my independence when my protests were largely why (according to CNET) former Intuit CEO Steve Bennett cancelled a big payroll tax table hike and later wrote, “Keep raising hell if Intuit does something wrong.”

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