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Multiple Companies, Quickbooks Online

We have been using Quickbooks Direct 2015 for Mac. We have three companies that we access using our Quickbooks Direct.  How do we do this with Quickbooks Online? We obviously don't want to purchase three subscriptions.

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Re: Multiple Companies, Quickbooks Online

QBO is one subscription one company

 

As they say follow the cash.

 

and before you switch, see if the functions you rely on are even in QBO, a non partisan comparison of QBO vs QB desktop 
http://onsale-apparel.com/Rustler/qbo-or-qbdt 

 

ProAdvisor

Re: Multiple Companies, Quickbooks Online

Hi there @PetersonAH:

 

Find a ProAdvisor to help you.  We have the ability to get you a multi-company discount IF you are the owner of all 3 businesses and you are moving to QBO with them all on the same day.  The ProAdvisor can help you with the conversion to QBO as well.  

 

I have a couple of businesses set up like this.  It makes it more affordable if you move to QBO with this setup.  You have to decide which company is the parent (usually the one you are in most often or the largest) and the others become like sub companies.  You will have one login for these too.  Pricing is locked in with that discount for 5 years (current pricing model).

 

lynda

ProAdvisor

Re: Multiple Companies, Quickbooks Online

Make sure you are the Master Administrator and be able to cancel the subscription anytime you want if you choose to go with Accountant wholesale billing program.

ProAdvisor

Re: Multiple Companies, Quickbooks Online

Pretty sure you have to stay master admin (as the ProAdvisor) to get the multi-company deal.   Once the ProAdvisor disengages, the deal is off and the regular pricing will be back in place.

 

Lynda

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Re: Multiple Companies, Quickbooks Online

What is the pricing for 3 companies: 1 is non-profit.

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ProAdvisor

Re: Multiple Companies, Quickbooks Online

The ProAdvisor has to call to get the pricing.  I just got an email from my account manager who told me not to quote without calling as many of the rates are changing as of November 1st.  

 

So, you would need to engage directly with a ProAdvisor for that. 

 

lynda