Starting with QuickBooks 2011 and Enterprise Solutions, Intuit has announced a variety of service changes. They are: New terms for exchanging Accountant’s Copy files using Intuit’s secure servers QuickBooks Email will disappear unless you’re an active subscriber to another Intuit supported service, such as QuickBooks payroll QuickBooks Attached Documents replaces Document Management Intuit Data Protect […]
Beginning with QuickBooks 2011 and Enterprise Solutions 11.0, accountants and their clients that need to exchange Accountant’s Copy files via Intuit’s secure servers will incur a fee of $9.95 per year. Users can continue to exchange files using email other than QuickBooks Email or using a physical device, such as a USB drive. Users of […]
The Accountant’s Copy file in QuickBooks is an easy way for a company to transfer data to a third-party, such as an accountant. In an article on our blog, we’ve described how a company can easily transfer an Accountant’s Copy export file (.QBX) to us using Intuit’s secure servers. This file could be delivered via […]
Sometimes, a client working with an Accountant’s Copy import file (.qby) may encounter a problem when attempting to import an accountant’s changes. In QuickBooks 2009, the import process will successfully import those changes and transactions that can be made, leaving those changes or transactions that produced an error condition. In earlier versions of QuickBooks, processing […]
To import an accountant’s work prepared in an Accountant’s Copy import file (.QBY), the first step is to receive and save the .QBY file on your computer. Given the small size of most .QBY files, this file is normally transmitted via email. For background, use of an Accountant’s Copy in QuickBooks is an easy way […]
The approach you use to return completed work to a client depends on which way you opted to work with the Accountant’s Copy export file (.QBX) file at the outset. Intuit does not provide electronic communications to transmit completed work to a client however you chose to work with the file initially. The simplest electronic […]
QuickBooks Pro, Premier, and Enterprise Solutions make use of the following file types: File Types for Common User Tasks: File Types for Backing Up, Importing/Exporting, and Exchanging Data: File Types for Working With An Accountant: The information contained in the tables in this article is also available as a downloadable PDF of QuickBooks file types.
Starting with the 2008 version, QuickBooks Pro, Premier, and Enterprise Solutions users can upload files to Intuit’s Accountant’s Copy File Transfer secure server. Accountant’s Copy1 files are encrypted, so even en route to the secure server they’re protected. From a user’s perspective, the entire process takes place from within QuickBooks. Best of all, it’s free! […]