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R. Michael O'Hanlan
QuickBooks ProAdvisor at a consultancy
I used Excel. Excel says it's a spreadsheet program but you can use it as a database program, too (which is what QuickBooks is, it's just a bunch of databases that are tied together). One time I was doing something, and I didn't check all of my formulas correctly, and I miscalculated, and I gave a wrong number to a client, and it was embarrassing. Thank God it wasn't costly, and that was when it said to me I need something better. Then I founded a not-for-profit company, and because I was getting grants I needed to keep track of them so I could report to the people giving me grants. Excel was not acceptable for that, so I got QuickBooks. View full review »
LisaSwan
President
I have used Intuit QuickBooks Desktop Pro in the past, but it did not have the more robust features that I needed for my business. The Pro version is a good starting point for a small business that has simple accounting needs, but it does not have as much reporting or tracking capabilities as the Premier version. View full review »
Paula Byrd
IRS Registered e-File Provider / Tax Preparer & Consultant at a consultancy with self employed
I also use QuickBooks Online, as well as prior versions. View full review »
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Chaunce Dickerson
Purchasing Analyst
We used another software, an industry specific accounting software. It was very good at what it was for, but most people did not understand how to use it. Therefore, we moved to a quicker, more popular and usable solution, which ended up being QuickBooks. View full review »
Moses Wambugu
GUIDER at a tech services company
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