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QuickBooks Pro 2014 helps you manage your business easily and efficiently. Organize your finances all in one place, track money going in and out of your business, and spot areas where you can save.

  • Built for Mac OS - Looks and works like you'd expect
  • Create invoices, pay bills, and manage expenses
  • Gain insight into your business with over 100 reports
  • New tool lets you easily track mileage
  • New multi-user options offer simultaneous more...

What's New

Version 15.0.5 R6:
  • Accounts Payable - Fixed an issue that caused Bills entered to incorrectly affect an income account rather than the inventory asset account.
  • Banking - QuickBooks will now allow an Equity account to be chosen for Cash Back when recording a deposit.
  • Guide Me - Fixed an issue that caused the Hot Tip in the Guide Me pop up to be truncated.
  • Income Tracker - more...

Requirements

  • OS X 10.7.3 or later

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rojour Member IconReview+2
rojour
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Not much of a review, but I have been playing with this for some time this morning and other than the menu bar to have some new icons and being on the left side of the screen, every thing else looks and feels exactly as the 2013 version (not that it's good…).
So we are supposed to pay $200 (discounted) for what?

Am I missing something?

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Version 15.0.0 R01
Iceblink
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This is almost always the case, from year to year.
The Mac product (and perhaps all Intuit products) get superficial facelifts, and no REAL usability or functionality improvements. We always run with a QB copy for 3+ years, until they force an upgrade.

Turquoise Member IconReview+99
Turquoise
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I am also one of the many people who is using parallels basically to do my accounting on the Windows version of QB, since the Mac version s*cks and in Canada is online only.

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Version 15.0.0 R01
gaiamie Member IconReview+4
gaiamie
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I could not believe how Intuit, like Microsoft, keeps making an inferior version for Mac users. So many of my most basic features are gone, I try to open my check register and it freezes, over and over, there are many notes I took in checking out this software, which I REALLY wanted to like - so I can get rid of Parallels, but it is essentially worthless. I'm very frustrated, will be writing a letter to intuit.

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Version 14.0.4 R5
Misha
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Out of curiosity, what features are missing in QB 2013 for Mac vs Windows? (I ask because I'm not familiar with the Windows version.)

Hal Itosis
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@Misha:

Here are two links to answers for the 2012 version (and I doubt much has changed over the past few months). Seems as though Steve Jobs was quite powerless, where Intuit was concerned.

http://blog.betterbottomline.com/scott_gregory_quickbooks/2012/04/quickbooks-pc-vs-mac-why-the-pc-version-is-better.html

http://www.qblittlesquare.com/2010/08/openwininmac/

^ Note: last link says "2010" but has been updated for 2012.

-HI-

Macmikey Member IconComment+1
Macmikey
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When, oh when, will Quickbooks Mac be able to join a Windows Quickbooks multi-user system. I am sick of using sub-standard PC's to access a multiuser Windows version.

Called Intuit the other day asking this very question. Person on other end could not figure out what I was even asking for. This company is clueless from top down.

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Version 14.0.3 R4
Theguy Member IconComment+25
Theguy
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Just posting this here for later... the direct download link! http://bitly.com/UrWcqY

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Version 14.0.2 R3
Sleav Member IconReview+48
Sleav
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Wow. Once again Intuit rides to the rescue - with a flaming pitchfork. Here's a question: how many paid Apps on your Mac have announced that they won't run on Mountain Lion without a paid upgrade?

Answer: 1.

Intuit has just announced that Quickbooks 2011 will not run on Mountain Lion. No problem, as long as you don't mind that the upgrade price for Quickbooks 2012 is the same cost as buying the software new: $183.96.

It amazes me, just after you think Intuit can't be any more venal and disrespectful of its loyal Mac customers, it ups the ante yet another time.

Moneywell, here I come. Quickbooks, I hope you follow Quark's example of extreme corporate arrogance, and find yourselves with a market share slowly dwindling toward zero.

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Version 13.0.8 R9
Cowicide
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I have despised QuickBooks for Mac for many years. I would say good riddance, but Windows users are dopes and are willing to put up with it so it's still a standard app for many of them. Then again, maybe if we Mac users support a better alternative, we'll show the Windows users the way (like we've done many times before).

Filchescat Member IconReview+62
Filchescat
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Mountain Lion (OS 10.8) developers head's up: problems again with the new OS and this mainstay of Mac accounting - same as before with OS 10.7 a year ago; printing problems for at least invoices (app hangs); Intuit's response - wait until the public release of the OS like last time go away and leave us alone. OK.

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Version 13.0.8 R9
Moxiesozo Member IconComment+152
Moxiesozo
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Someone please post a URL for the direct download. I certainly don't wish to have a company like Intuit gather my personal information any more than necessary.

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Version 13.0.2 R4
Moxiesozo
+3

Answered my own question:

http://tinyurl.com/7gvzfxp

johnnywalker1211 Member IconReview+5
johnnywalker1211
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I have used other similar products, but none as well maintained and works well with my small business.

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Version 13.0.2 R4
Gary Member IconComment+17
Gary
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As far as I know, and I would love to be corrected, there is no “solution” for Canadian Mac users who also file taxes using the GIFI import feature to transfer profit & loss and balance sheet information automatically from QuickBooks to QuickTax Incorporated, other than running Windows versions of both QuickBooks 2003 (the last version known to me that does not require activation and cannot be remotely deactivated by Intuit) and QuickTax Incorporated for the specific tax year in a Parallels VM.

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Version 12.0
Geneonmac
+2

Have you evaluated MoneyWorks Gold? I switched after QB 2007 and NEVER LOOKED BACK. MoneyWorks Tech Support is in Canada, they speak ENGLISH and respond promptly! A welcome change from Intuit who only wants your money. Also, MW is cross platform (MAC AND Windows, and will provide your accountant with a FREE copy. Check it out.

Gary
+0

@Geneonmac What about taxes? Does TurboTax Business Incorporated import GIFI data from MoneyWorks Gold?

Geneonmac
+1

Gary:
Don't know the answer to your question. Suggest you contact either Grant Cowie (Cognito Systems - grant@cognito.co.nz or Al Hayward at Moneyworks Canada 800 818 6955 with your question. They're more qualified than I am. Good Luck!

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Amkassir
Version 14.0.5 R6
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Tal0n
Version 13.0.7 R8
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Aguila
Version 13.0.2 R4
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Downloads 63,613
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Type Business / Finance
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Date 19 May 2014
Platform Intel 64 / OS X
Price $199.96
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