QuickBooks 2012 review
By Yardena Arar | PC World | Published: 15:45, 20 September 2011
QuickBooks becomes more expensive if you need to give more than one user access, and Intuit is happy to sell you other services that can save you time or add convenience, most notably payroll, mobile access and direct deposit/bill paying services. Very small businesses may not need all the bells and whistles that QuickBooks offers, and should consider a web-based service such as Wave Accounting or even Intuit's own QuickBooks Online Simple Start.
But for newcomers with employees to manage, inventory to track or a genuine interest in monitoring the financial workings of their business, QuickBooks continues to offer great tools in a reasonably accessible user interface. For existing users, QuickBooks 2012 may not be a huge leap forward, but it certainly provides a number of incremental improvements for those who were looking to upgrade anyway.