QuickBooks Desktop

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  • Developer Intuit Inc
  • Version 2010 R17
  • License Shareware
  • Language en

Even with small businesses, using efficient software for bookkeeping is necessary. QuickBooks Desktop is an accounting software to create invoices and track sales and expenses. This is the QuickBooks 2021 download page.

Key features

  • Financial operations: QuickBooks allows its users to carry out sales and expenses, billing, invoicing; manage payrolls, generate reports, print checks, customer and vendor address book and more, all tax ready.
  • Integrated tools: You can customize your accounting solutions with a variety of tools including time tracking, inventory management, cloud accounting, and payment processing.
  • Interface: QuickBooks's interface is well organized and pretty clear. There are several colored menus to simplify its use and see all your business finances in one place. Both beginners and experts can handle it without any problem.

How does QuickBooks Desktop work?

QuickBooks works as a full-featured accounting assistant that can manage all your invoices, organize your payments, bills, expenses, take care of your cash flow, and more.

Is QuickBooks free?

This is a 30-day free trial version. After it expires you can purchase the QuickBooks Simple Start license for $12.50/month or subscribe to more advanced versions, such as Essentials ($25/month), Plus ($40/month) or Advanced ($90/month). Check out the QuickBooks pricing. You can also add QuickBooks payroll option to pay your team and access HR.

Minimum requirements

  • OS: Windows 8.1, 10
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz processor
  • RAM: At least 4GB
  • Disk space: 1 GB
  • Display: optimized for 1280×768 screen resolution or higher

Other systems

The service is cross-platform, so you can also use it on your mobile device and synchronize the data. You can also use QuickBooks online that runs on a cloud-based platform. To decide what’s best for you: QuickBooks online vs desktop, visit its online version page.

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