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As an advanced QuickBooks Certified Professional Advisor and a member of the Intuit Speaker and Writers Network, I frequently get asked by my customers if they should upgrade. While I generally encourage use of a supported version, I always tell my customers to look at what's new before they decide. With QuickBooks v2012 there are a lot of good reasons to consider upgrading.
If you have never used QuickBooks, now is the time to get your business finances organized and make reporting quick and easy.
Do you have a system for managing leads? With QuickBooks v2012 you do. Capture the information on new leads and avoid this potential new business falling through the cracks. You can create to dos to follow up and grow your business. While it does not have the power of a full blown CRM or Practice Management Solution, the functionality you need to get started is here. Best of all, it's included at no extra charge.
My favorite new feature is the improved link to excel. For a long time you could create a report in QuickBooks and send it to excel for additional customization, but you had to redo the customization each time. The improvements with QuickBooks 2012 let you make your customizations in excel and save them. When the information changes in QuickBooks, refresh the excel spreadsheet and the new data appears.
There are many other new features in QuickBooks v2012. If you have inventory, the Advanced Inventory capability that can be added on to QuickBooks Enterprise edition merit a close look. Even if you don't want or need the advanced inventory add-on, there are many new features including the new inventory center that will make working with QuickBooks faster and easier.
QuickBooks v2012 is worth a look!
Time & Cents Consultants, LLC
I don't have a smart phone (my phone is pretty dumb). So my Kindle replaces a lot of the functionality a smartphone user has. I can check Twitter, Facebook, email, and play games on it. I don't like laptops. Most tablets are too expensive for what I want to do. The Kindle Fire is the perfect balance for me when it comes to replacing they functionality of those type of things. I still prefer my regular Kindle for reading, but I use my Fire for reading PDFs (I own a lot of roleplaying games in PDF formats with complicated layouts that don't convert nicely to mobi format), watching movies (mostly courtesy my Amazon Prime account), and as a virtual assistant when I am working on my computer and don't want to have to keep clicking back and forth between different tabs on my screen. I can have my research materials or reference sites up on my Kindle and continue to work normally on my computer.