QuickBooks was one of the first accounting software solutions in the industry, and it has remained one of the most widely used accounting programs since its introduction in 1983. Its user-friendly interface and useful features make it a great choice for businesses of all sizes.
There are two versions of QuickBooks: online and desktop. You probably don’t need both, so here are some things to consider when you’re choosing between them:
- How many people need to access it? If lots of people need to access the program, you might be better off with QuickBooks Online. Depending on your pricing plan, you can have up to 25 users who can access the program simultaneously. With QuickBooks Desktop, you have to pay for additional users, and they can only access the program one at a time.
- Do you need to access it from different locations? Some people enjoy that they can use QuickBooks Desktop without relying on a strong internet connection, but if you need to access your financial information in different places or on another device, QuickBooks Online is the better option for you.
- Do you need more advanced features? QuickBooks Online may be easier to use for beginners, but it doesn’t have the advanced capabilities of QuickBooks Desktop. If you have a medium-sized or larger business, chances are you have more complex accounting that requires more developed accounting tools.
Once you decide which QuickBooks option is best for your business, you need to learn how to use it. Here at Balanced Bookkeeping of NC, we are a certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor that provides training in the program for you or your in-house bookkeeper. You can count on personalized training that will answer your questions and take your business’ concerns into consideration. Give us a call today to learn more!