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Old 03-24-2016, 08:41 PM
peerlessm peerlessm is offline
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Discontinuing IPN for Quickbooks Mac

Intuit is discontinuing IPN for Quickbooks for Mac on 5/31. This is the killer feature of the application for me. They give users one choice, which is switch to Quickbooks online. Unfortunately, the online system is not even as complete as Quickbooks for Mac. I can't make an invoice that works with my logo.

This is incredibly disappointing, as not only did I upgrade to QB2016 in the fall, but now I have to pay the much higher QB Online fees for a less good app. I feel like Intuit doesn't respect its Mac user base and find this move to be a slap in the face, where they profit from taking away options, while forcing users to have a less good product.

Does anyone know any better options out there?
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Old 03-25-2016, 05:13 AM
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IPN is replaced by e-invoice
google for it in addition to reading this article
http://www.intuitiveaccountant.com/t.../#.VvUPGeZLVnA
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Old 03-25-2016, 11:32 AM
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E-invoice doesn't work on Mac. It seems intuit only cares for its Windows customers and has left its mac customers with no desktop options as of 5/31.
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