September is one of the most special and most awaited months for QuickBooks users as, during this month, Intuit releases a new versions QB every year.
Intuit has been following the tradition of releasing a new version of QB in September from a very long period of time and the same thing happened in 2019 as well. Recently, Intuit released the latest QuickBooks 2020 which is an improved and enhanced version of the QB 2019.
The QuickBooks 2020 release added many new feature and additions to all the three editions Pro, Premier, and Enterprise. Every year, there is a certain section of QB on which Intuit focuses while working on the latest version. For example, in QuickBooks 2019 version, intuit focused on overhauling the already available features while in QB 2020, the focus shifted to quick payment and fast work.
Throughout the years, the team at Intuit keeps on working on the new version by analyzing; what users are demanding? What pro advisors are saying? What are the flaws coming out during the test process? On the basis of all these things, Intuit starts working on the improvements and features of the new version.
So, in this blog post, we will go through a detailed comparison of the last three versions of QB: 2020, 2019 and 2020. This will help you to know the journey of Intuit from 2018 to 2019 in terms of new additions and improvements in QuickBooks.
First of all, we will go through the new additions of each version
Now, let’s look at the improvement in each versio
The QuickBooks 2020 is being considered as one of the best releases by Intuit as it contains various improvements and features which will help both SMEs and accountants to improve the speed of their accounting operation and simplify the payment system. The choice of whether to upgrade to a new version or stick to the older version is a matter of personal preference.