QuickBooks
QuickBooks
18.0.6.3350

4.3

QuickBooks free download for Mac

QuickBooks

18.0.6.3350
06 November 2019

Financial management and accounting for small businesses.

Overview

QuickBooks 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 access to QuickBooks data

Note: the price shown reflects the "Essentials" monthly subscription. To view more pricing options, go here.

What's new in QuickBooks

Version 18.0.6.3350:
  • Stability update for Multiuser support
  • Includes the following from R7 update:
  • macOS 10.15 Catalina compatibility
  • Centers
  • Multi-User
  • Payroll
  • Round Trip with qbWin
  • Stability / Performance
  • Transactions
  • Utilities / Backup

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qb
25 October 2018

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I just read a post at MacInTouch that pointed out the following info about QuickBooks 2019 Mac. The poster refers to it as "Quickbook Desktop" - but I cannot confirm this from the Intuit info here. You have to scroll 60% of the way down to see the Mac section. Has anyone got a clue if QB Mac Desktop has returned from it announced grave??? https://community.intuit.com/articles/1764996-system-requirements-for-quickbooks-2019-and-enterprise-solutions-19-0 thx
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Version 17.2.27.682 R28
qb
25 October 2018
I just read a post at MacInTouch that pointed out the following info about QuickBooks 2019 Mac. The poster refers to it as "Quickbook Desktop" - but I cannot confirm this from the Intuit info here. You have to scroll 60% of the way down to see the Mac section. Has anyone got a clue if QB Mac Desktop has returned from it announced grave??? https://community.intuit.com/articles/1764996-system-requirements-for-quickbooks-2019-and-enterprise-solutions-19-0 thx
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Version 17.2.27.682 R28
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tno
tno
16 November 2018
Quickbooks for Mac 2019 desktop is shipping. At Costco, Amazon, Frys, eBay, etc. Compatible with Mojave 12.14. I'll be looking for a Black Friday deal less than $189. Intuit has had BF sales in the past, but didn't out their Mac version on sale.

30 day trials available for US and Canadian customers.

https://community.intuit.com/articles/1207255-quickbooks-desktop-trial-links

PS: QB for Mac 2016 with updates will work with Mojave as well.
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neartheredrocks
14 April 2017
Just for the record: The latest version of QuickBooks for Mac is "QuickBooks 2016 v17.1.13 R14" from February 2017, and it works very well with macOS 10.12 Sierra. After converting a QuickBooks for Windows company file into a Mac file and playing around with it for a while I am quite impressed how much QuickBooks for Mac has improved. It costs $220. However, the fact that his MacUpdate page is not being updated correctly probably means that Intuit still has the same displeasing general attitude towards its customer base as it always had in the past.
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Version 16.1.12.1564 R13
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tno
tno
16 November 2018
2019 is now available.. T30 day trial.

https://community.intuit.com/articles/1207255-quickbooks-desktop-trial-links
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monty-3
02 November 2016
Spent 30 minutes with Intuit simply trying to find out if there was an update to QB 2015 so it will work with Sierra (none listed on Macupdate). All they want to do is sell you the online version (monthly fee). Finally said I simply wanted the desktop version. The only option is to BUY the new version (2016--no QB 2017 for the Mac) at full price. They provide NO upgrade path, no updates to previous versions, no support at all. Tried this demo and it is real flaky with Sierra. Now I've got to find another accounting package for a small business (sole proprietor). Intuit has the worst Macintosh support of any company!
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Version 16.1.8.1528 R9
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mrsidoric
mrsidoric
14 November 2016
Highly recommend Checkmark's MultiLedger.
Have used it for over 20 years and found nothing better.
Spoiler alert: it is not cute but is powerful and wicked reliable. Developers are very responsive with regular updates.
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Mcr
Mcr
22 January 2017
The no upgrade path is true on the Windows product as well. Also, if you use QB to handle payroll, you are forced to upgrade at a minimum every 2 years..you are forced because after 2 years, the old version will not receive tax table updates, so you can't calculate withholding, etc.

Lastly, be warned, if you share your QB file with your accountant or anyone else who uses QB for Windows, there is NOT 100% feature compatibility between QB MAc and QB Windows, even of the same year. Backup and restoring QB files between Mac and Windows is not seamless...works fairly okay one direction from Mac to Windows, but Windows back to Mac can be challenging with respect to more advanced features.

In fact, I have a relative who is a CPA, for her Mac clients, she now pushes them to run QB Windows, either via BootCamp or Virtualized Windows, it simplifies life considerably.
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Filchescat
12 September 2016
AFTER ALL THESE YEARS . . . been using QuickBooks for Mac for a small sole proprietor business for many many years and I am now learning that Intuit will not be supporting Mac OS 10.12 Sierra. They force you to upgrade to 'version 16', which, like Adobe, forces you to store your docs in a cloud and PAY A MONTLY FEE. I confirmed with Intuit sales who of course kept pressuring me to sign up. Bad form Intuit - frankly speaking THIS SUCKS and you've lost a long time customer.
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Version 16.0.6.1508 R7
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Filchescat
Filchescat
12 September 2016
Going to respond to my own comment . . . A RAT! A RAT I say! Spent many hours trying to confirm with Intuit that in fact the Mac version of QuickBooks is being replaced by a cloud, monthly subscription debacle, a lå Adobe. Even spoke to a couple of alternate app publishers anxious to capitalize on Intuits faux pax. Then embedded deep in the hype within one of Intuit's pages is mention that Version 16 of the Mac desktop Quickbooks product WILL WORK ON SIERRA. I've built a Sierra testbed on a 2013 MacPro, booted, purchased and downloaded Quickbooks for Mac Desktop versions 16, installed it on Sierra and after updating itself during the install (one of the things it updated was Sierra compatibility). I can confirm it launches and utilizes at least it's built in test business. Next is to see if will work in the real world.
WHAT PISSES ME OFF is the waste of time and attempt to hype me into their monthly cloud version WITHOUT TELLING ME THAT Version 16 Mac Desktop version WILL WORK JUST FINE ON SIERRA - a really unprofessional, underhanded attempt to draw me into something that costs more and works less - all for Intuit's coffers. REALLY BAD FORM INTUIT - I hope others are able to see through your bullshit.
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Turquoise
29 September 2015
Canadians gets no mac desktop version, only online.
That shows how disdainful Intuit can be.
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Version 16.0.3.1460 R4
DougYork
03 June 2015
Just installed the Quick books 2015 on a Client's brand new virgin, Macbook Pro laptop.
The first thing we noticed was it crashed whenever we tried to run the programs backup feature or even configure the Backup. We even got this result when opening the sample company file that comes installed with the product. This is a BRAND NEW MAC PRO LAPTOP with all the update installed and no other software added. When my Client called Intuit for help, they immediately sold her a tech support subscription. The problem was not only left unresolved, but she is now encountering random crashes unrelated to the backup. tool.
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Version 16.0.3.1460 R4
Scrags
17 December 2014
Good to see they're refining this with fairly frequent updates. I check every one to see if they've implemented Bill Pay and when I see that they have, I'll buy it.
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Version 16.0.2.1422 R3
Mvasilakis
26 November 2014
THIS SOFTWARE LOSES DATA!!! Many people have tried to alert Intuit about this issue but it is falling of def ears. Intuit seems to believe that transactions cannot be lost and blames the user. I have lost countless hours this year re-entering transactions and re-reconciling! If you must use Quickbooks then get the Windows version. (It pains me to recommend this) The Mac version has a serious bug and Intuit is unwilling to admit the bug exists so don't expect a fix!
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Version 16.0.1.1384
rojour
04 October 2013
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
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Sell.com
Sell.com
04 April 2014
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.
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Turquoise
04 October 2013
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