INTUIT’s 2014 edition of its Quickbooks software for accountants offers improved e-mail functionality for invoices and estimates.
Users will be able to attach multiple invoices and estimates to the same email, while the software’s batch transactions function has been broadened to include the ability to copy and paste in hundreds of bills, invoices, cheques, direct debits, credit card transactions from Excel.
The client data review utility now also allows accountants to reclassify transactions that were posted to the wrong bank account, while income can also be tracked in real-time as it comes in.
Intuit Quickbooks 2014 project manager Sarah Gibson said: “We understand that small business owners’ and accountants’ greatest asset is their time, so we’ve observed them using Quickbooks and taken steps to eliminate time-wasting procedures.”
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