Intuit recently announced that they will be offering an online version of Quicken for the iPhone and other mobile devices. Quicken for mobile devices will be released in January 2008 for the iPhone. It will be optimized for other mobile devices, including Blackberry devices, later on. The product is aimed at younger audiences and will cost $3/month. It is expected to be officially announced at Macworld Expo in January.
Employees cost significantly more than what they receive in salary. If you offer generous benefits, then they probably cost much more. Making your employees aware of this is a simple way to make them feel more valuable.
Spending some time reviewing and correcting your books in December makes it a lot easier to close them in early January and helps insure you get off to a good start in the new year. Here are some things to do:
We generally know who are biggest customers are and which customers pay us the most money. It is much more difficult, however, to know who our most profitable customers are. The end of the year is a good time to evaluate your customers and figure out which ones have earned you the most profit during the year. Because it is often difficult to break costs down on a customer-by-customer basis, using your financial data to determine which customers were the most profitable might be difficult or even futile. All the same, the financial data is the place to start.
QuickBooks classes enable you to essentially break your business down into a number of smaller businesses and look at complete profit & loss statements for each business. For example, you could break your business down by industry, location, product or service, or anything else that is meaningful for your particular business. This is a powerful feature of QuickBooks and one that I often recommend clients use.
Description : Parvez Anwar has discovered a vulnerability in various Intuit products, which can be exploited by malicious people to compromise a user's system. via Secunia
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A senior vice president of financial software company Intuit Inc. exercised options for 30,000 shares of common stock, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing. via Canadian Business Magazine
A national survey of 221 chief financial officers and senior comptrollers conducted by Grant Thornton LLP shows two-thirds said the U.S. economy will remain the same or improve for the remainder of 2007, while ... via Bizjournals
Intuit Inc. said Monday that it's buying Homestead Technologies Inc. for $170 million in a deal that will provide the financial management software maker with more online tools to sell to small businesses. via Forbes