QuickBooks 2010 Available to Purchase 9/28/09
For those of you who aren’t aware, QuickBooks 2010 will be available for sale beginning on Monday September 28, 2009.
Beginning Monday September 28, 2009 visit our Affiliate Page for additional information and information on discount pricing.
Watch for news about our Annual QuickBooks review right here on our blog beginning next week.
Disclaimer: As both a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor and Intuit Developer Network Gold Developer, I do not recommend that you upgrade right away as there are usually some problems and it does take Intuit a couple of months to get everything all squared away.
What we usually do recommend is that if you KNOW that the current version of QuickBooks that you are using will be “retired/sunset/or no longer supported” within the next 6 or so month and you will have to upgrade eventually – purchase the new version now while there are deeper discounts and just wait a bit before installing it.
If history is to repeat itself, QuickBooks 2007 will be sunset in the first half of 2010.
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