- Wednesday, 01 July 2009
Here we are - 2009 already half over. To us in the accounting world that is six months of data a business has accumulated. What if your client decides they want to switch to QuickBooks® now instead of waiting for the new version to come out in the Fall? To top it off, you get dizzy from all the data that’s kept on an Excel spreadsheet separate from their accounting system. How do you merge it so it will make sense in QuickBooks and all of your financial information will be in one place? First off, decide how much of this data is important to your client. If it’s an absolute necessity to bring the over the history, there are tools that can help you merge data from Excel to QuickBooks. Log onto http://marketplace.intuit.com/v2/f-data-synchronization/software-solutions.aspx and look at your choices to bring over mass data into QuickBooks from another QuickBooks file, Microsoft Excel and or other applications that data may be kept in.Read more...