What's new in QuickBooks 2010, from Intuit Academy

Intuit Academy has provided AccountingWEB readers with their new 2010 guide to new features in QuickBooks. In addition to learning about new features, you'll learn how to help your clients save money and how to grow your practice with QuickBooks 2010.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section 1: Help Me and My Clients Save Time with QuickBooks 2010

Client Data Review Feature – New Tools for 2010!

New! Intuit Statement Writer 2010

New! QuickBooks Document Management

New! Add/Edit Multiple List Entries

New! Favorites Menu

Report Center – Improved for 2010!

Bank Reconciliation – Improved for 2010!

New! Pay Bills Filtering

New! Custom Fields – (QuickBooks Enterprise 10.0 Only)

Inventory Assemblies – Improved in QuickBooks Enterprise

New! Card Scan

Online Banking – Improved for 2010!

Section 2: Help Me And My Clients Save Money with QuickBooks 2010

Company Snapshot – Improved for 2010!

New! Forms Customization

Installation – Improved For 2010!

Clean Up Company Data Utility – Improved For 2010!

New! Electronically Print Check Signatures

Section 3: Help Me Grow My Practice with QuickBooks 2010

QuickBooks ProAdvisor Membership

Offering Profitable Payroll Services For Your Clients

Recommend Outsourcing at a Fraction of the Cost

Recommend A Payroll Solution When Your Client Prepares Payroll and Payroll Filings

Recommend A Payroll Solution When You Help Your Clients With Payroll

Benefitting From Intuit Payment Solutions

Which QuickBooks Product is Best For My Client?

Remote Access – Access Clients’ Data Anytime, Anywhere

Appendix – Converting FSD Documents to ISW 2010 Documents

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