Still running QuickBooks 2008 or earlier?

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quickbooks_pro_2008Any business owner that is running QuickBooks 2008 or earlier, an important message from Intuit Canada.

AS OF MAY 31, 2011
live technical support and business services
will be discontinued for QuickBooks 2008

Throughout March and April, we’ll be contacting QuickBooks 2008 customers to prepare them for this change.

Why We Discontinue Support for Older Versions
By reducing the costs to maintain older product releases, we can continue to keep our products affordable, while not compromising on our level of service. For more information on Intuit’s Discontinuation Policy, click here.

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Juliet Aurora

About the Author:

Juliet Aurora is the President and CEO of AIS Solutions. She has been in the Accounting and Finance space for more years than she will ever admit. When she isn’t acting as the Sensei for her team of Bookkeeper Kninjas, you will find her working tirelessly to advocate the accreditation of bookkeeping in Canada. Her vision is for AIS Solutions to become the standard against which all other bookkeepers and bookkeeping firms are measured. Juliet can be contacted by email or by calling 1 888 575 5385.

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  1. Rekibul  October 13, 2012

    This is a great article! One other thing to note is that there are many third party appiciatlons (eg payroll, e-commerce etc.) that only integrate with the desktop versions of QuickBooks and not QuickBooks Online. The reason for this is that only the desktop products of QuickBooks include the legacy IIF import which is less time consuming for developers to integrate with as well as there are many more users currently on the QuickBooks desktop products. Hopefully, with the recent addition of the Intuit Anywhere platform it will make it easier for other software companies to integrate with QuickBooks Online but only time will tell.


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