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Jim Frame
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Cheapskate.

I'd resent that, if the evidence in favor weren't so overwhelming.

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Norm Larson
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I found the Quickbooks on-line a little to simple for what we needed as we were moving off of the Quickbooks Enterprise platform because it went subscription.  No change is fun, but, we changed to Quickbook Premier and it is solid and we usually run at least two stations at a time on it.  Sage is also fairly full featured and my guess is that QB on-line will not do everything that you want.  Premier can be had reasonably without subscription.  My 2¢

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FL/GA PLS.
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We've used medlin.com software for 30 years. Cheap and works perfect.

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R.J. Schneider
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button pushers      😆 

 

EXPENSES

 

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TXSurveyor
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Why not just use Quickbooks and let your CPA fix what’s not right for your company? I’ve never understood why professionals that are constantly under scrutiny and the general public that  “believes” they can do our job better chooses to do another professionals work to save money.

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