QuickBooks Basic 2004

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  • Financial management system for businesses
  • Import data from popular office software
  • Tools for invoicing, paying bills and tracking expenses
  • Easily create forms and reports
  • Simple guides for most common business procedures

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QuickBooks Basic 2004
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QuickBooks Basic 2004

5 Comments For This Post

  1. Laura Bubna Says:

    Quickbooks has simplified my business. I worried about being able to keep books for my internet business, but Quickbooks has been fabulous!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Prospective purchasers of this product would do well to read the customer reviews of Quickbooks Pro 2004 before making their purchase, as many of the same issues should apply.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. B. America Says:

    The last time I experiences bad software like this was in 1993. Second, the nag ware is equal in annoyance as getting locked into a web site that keeps spawning new pages when you attempt to close one. It makes this program a painful and frustrating experience.

    (…)

    My opinion, why even bother to expose yourself to this potential mess. If you have read this “opinion” and still decide to buy this software, only blame yourself when you want to fling your PC across the room.

    Look at all the prior write ups and ask yourself “why am I going to be any different?”
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. Steve Says:

    I used to like Quickbooks, but all it seems to be now is a cash cow for Intuit. My Quickbooks 2002 works just fine, but it will stop working next year so that I have to buy a new version with absolutely no new features we need. You can’t use the payroll function without paying a fortune for periodic updates of the tax tables (even if your state doesn’t have an income tax, or if yours doesn’t change.

    It’s a good example of a company rapidly killing the goose which lays the golden egg. If there’s a viable alternative out there, I’ll buy it in a minute.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. Clementine Churchill Says:

    The CD that I got from Amazon did not work – would not install despite trying everything – caused some endless loop. I called Intuit and ultimately got connected to someone in India. After spelling my shipping address at least 8 times, received a new disk 2 days later (despite address being mangled).

    Installed software and called the 800 number to get a “registration number.” This is a ruse by some so-called “customer support” person who obviously has past experience selling used cars, since it was just a charade to try to strong-arm me to sign up for payroll and support services. Entire conversation was offensive, and he ultimately said to me, snidely, “Well, I certainly HOPE you don’t get AUDITED.” Lucky for him we were separated by a phone line….

    Havent’ used the software enough to tell if I like it, but it was recommended by our accountant in order to save money on tax prep, so I’m sure it will do what it needs to do.

    Was entirely offended by Intuit and would avoid their products in the future.

    Rating: 2 / 5

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