Intuit says it's going to slowly transition its QuickBooks offline users to the company's online version of the popular accounting app. The change won't happen fast but small businesses using the older version should prepare.
Ed Lieber is a staff writer for Small Business Trends. He is a journalist and marketing copywriter with 20 years of experience writing, editing and managing for both print and digital vehicles.
Ed also writes a pseudonymous blog about organized crime in America and has authored a Kindle best-seller.
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