By Roman H. Kepczyk
Quantum of Paperless
In the United States, QuickBooks is the most dominant small business accounting product on the market and will be the application that the majority of the firm’s clients use. Therefore, it is obvious that the firm must become proficient with supporting QuickBooks.
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Unfortunately, one of the biggest wastes of time is when firms support too many older versions of the software, which often leads to incompatibilities that can corrupt the database and make it unusable for clients. Fixing these errors creates lost time that is seldom charged to clients and instead impacts the profitability on these jobs. Firms have found that it is significantly more productive to support no more than the three most recent versions and to either require the client to update their software or include the cost within the monthly service fee.
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