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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by RELIABLELAWNMAN, Mar 8, 2012.
Has anyone experienced any problems with QB Pro 2012? Need to upgrade....
Thanks in advance.
Anyone know the difference between 2012 and 2011? I have 2011 and was wondering if its worth upgrading?
I upgrade my Quickbooks every 3 or 4 years. They make minor improvements year to year, but I don't think they justify the investment every year. I just upgraded to 2012 from 2009. It's nice, but if I had 2011 I don't think I would bother since you probably have most of the nicer improvements already.
I also upgraded from 2009 to 2012, but only because I had to. I use QB payroll and I could not continue w/o upgrading. No problems w/ the upgrade. The upgrade does have "calendar" ( a to do scheduler) which '09 did not have.
We are locked into annual renewals since we use payroll. Otherwise the changes are a little each year. I'd expect to notice the difference if you jump several years, but generally the changes are small. The biggest thing I noticed is that now they have the online and mobile apps which allow remote access from PCs and iphones/ipads, etc. This can be bought alone for 99 or you can get it with a bunch of other features and a yearly subscription for 249 in what they call a plus version.
If you subscribe to payroll, Iniut will send you the latest version. If you don't there is not much difference from 2011 to 2012. I do like the calender in 2012 but I would not pay for an upgrade just for that.
same here. I upgraded from 2009 only because I had to, and won't upgrade again until I have to. No issues yet.
I hear that 2012 has a feature that you can attach document with each persons account. I think that would be nice so all that persons document can be found at one place.
I usally upgrade ever 2 years and I just did in 2011.
Not that I can see in 2012. You can import excel files and add notes, but to add a word doc not hat I can see in the Canadian version of 2012.