Intuit Helps Accounting Professionals Stand Out in the Cloud
Intuit Inc. made it even easier for accounting professionals to stand out in the Cloud, announcing the commercial availability of QuickBooks Online Accountant, the addition of several Cloud-based solutions to the QuickBooks ProAdvisor Program, and the integration between its online accounting and tax solutions. The news was shared during the keynote address at the Sleeter Group's Accounting Solutions Conference.
- All clients in one place: Manage all QuickBooks Online clients without logging out. Client list includes automatic display of client contact information for easy editing and smooth transitioning between clients' companies.
- Online client company files: Manage your firm's finances from anywhere using QuickBooks Online company file.
- Worry-free snapshot reconciliation: Easily see the status of all accounts in order to troubleshoot, easily detect changes, and undo prior reconciliations if needed.
- Reclassify transactions in batch: Find transactions that have an incorrect account or class and reclassify them all in one step, throughout the year, saving time and improving accuracy at year-end.
- Batch invoice write off: Specify and write off a group of invoices instead of one at a time.
- Locate missing transactions: Find voided and deleted transactions by amount, user, and date.
- View reports: Compare balance sheet and profit and loss statements to prior year and prior month. Analyze six- and twelve-month income and expense trends and compare actual to planned.
- Free online accounting solutions: QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Online Accountant are bundled and available at no cost to ProAdvisors.
- Free online tax returns: ProAdvisors now receive five free 1040 returns and a ten percent discount on all Intuit Tax Online tax return bundles.
- Free online payroll solutions: One year of Intuit Online Payroll for Accountants or Intuit Full Service Payroll for one client at no cost.
- Discounted online apps: ProAdvisors receive additional discounts on apps created by third-party developers that are specifically designed to meet the needs of accounting professionals and those of your clients.
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