Category: Program Updates

QuickBooks 2020 R14 Released

| May 5, 2022

Intuit has released QuickBooks 2020 R14 for the desktop, with only one significant change. This update should be available via automatic updates. You can also go to the QuickBooks Update site to download the patch. QuickBooks 2020 R14 and Microsoft Internet Explorer QuickBooks Desktop has used a built-in version of Microsoft Internet Explorer for many functions […]

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QuickBooks 2022 R4 Released

| March 24, 2022

Intuit has released QuickBooks 2022 R4, primarily a bug fix update. From what I can see I believe that all the fixes relate to the accounts payable approval workflow that was introduced in the initial release of QuickBooks Enterprise V22. So if you are using QuickBooks Pro or Premier, this release won’t do much for you. […]

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QuickBooks 2019 Discontinuation Scheduled

| January 6, 2022

Once again it is time for Intuit to announce that they are discontinuing an older version of QuickBooks. If you are using QuickBooks 2019 then you won’t be able to use certain services and features after May 31, 2022. This is particularly important when you consider that Intuit announced that starting with QuickBooks 2022, the desktop version will […]

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Introducing QuickBooks 2022 Desktop

| September 28, 2021 | 1 Comment

Intuit has announced the QuickBooks 2022 desktop version (for the US). Here’s my quick impressions of what is new, and changed, for this year. This is just a quick summary with some opinion thrown in. I’ve not had a chance to actually play with all of these features in detail. Please note that I’m talking […]

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QuickBooks Desktop Will Be Subscription Only

| September 9, 2021

It should be no surprise that Intuit announced that QuickBooks Desktop will be subscription only by the end of this year. No more one-time purchases of a license. To get any QuickBooks Desktop product you will have to pay for an annual subscription. This is something that I predicted would occur, although it came about a […]

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