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Suggested
retail price
QuickBooks Simple Start 2006 1 user $99.95*
QuickBooks Pro 2006 1 user
5 users
$199.95*
$749.95*
QuickBooks Pro 2006 for Mac 1 user $299.95*
QuickBooks Premier Edition 2006 1 user
5 users
$399.95*
$1,499.95*
QuickBooks Enterprise Solution 2006 5 users
10 users
$2,500.00*
$2,500.00*
Online Edition 3 users +CPA $19.95/month*
QuickBooks Basic Point of Sale 2006 1 user
5 users
$799.95*
$1,499.95*
QuickBooks Pro Point of Sale 2006 1 user
5 users
$1,049.95*
$1,749.95*
QuickBooks Pro Multi-store Point of Sale 2006 5 users
10 users
$1,399.95*
$2,099.95*
QuickBooks Premier Accountant Edition 2006 1 user
5 users
$499.95*
$1,499.95*
QuickBooks Enterprise Accountant Edition 2006 1 user $849.95*
QuickBooks Premier Contractor Edition 2006 1 user
5 users
$499.95*
$1,499.95*
QuickBooks Enterprise Contractor Edition 2006 5 users
10 users
$499.95 *
$1,499.95 *
QuickBooks Premier Manufacturing and Wholesale Edition 2006 1 user
5 users
$499.95*
$2,500.00*
QuickBooks Enterprise Manufacturing & Wholesale Edition 2006 5 users
10 users
$499.95*
$2,500.00*
QuickBooks Premier Nonprofit Edition 2006 1 user
5 users
$499.95*
$1,499.95*
QuickBooks Enterprise Nonprofit Edition 2006 5 users
10 users
$499.95*
$2,500.00*
QuickBooks Premier Professional Services Edition 2006 1 user
5 users
$499.95*
$1,499.95*
QuickBooks Enterprise Professional Services Edition 2006 5 users
10 users
$499.95*
$2,500.00*
QuickBooks Premier Retail Edition 2006 1 user
5 users
$499.95*
$1,499.95*
QuickBooks Enterprise Retail Edition 2006 5 users
10 users
$499.95*
$2,500.00*
QuickBooks Premier Wholesale Edition 2006 1 user
5 users
$499.95*
$1,499.95*
QuickBooks Enterprise Wholesale Edition 2006 5 users
10 users
$499.95*
$2,500.00*

* Does not include additional fees for add-on services such as payroll tax service, support, training or online banking.

PODCAST

What’s next for potential CPA licensure changes

A new model proposed by NASBA and the AICPA is designed with an eye on the future for newly licensed CPAs. The AICPA's Carl Mayes, CPA, provides background on the project and a look ahead to 2020.

VIDEO

What RPA is and how it works

Robotic process automation is like an Excel macro that can work on multiple applications, says Danielle Supkis Cheek, CPA. RPA can complete routine, repetitive tasks such as data entry, freeing up employee time from lower-level chores.