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Before You Upgrade to QuickBooks 2010

If your computers are 3-5 years old, check to see that you have a supported Operating System such as:

Windows 7, all editions
including 64 bit
Windows Vista, all
editions including 64 bit if SP2 or later installed or Windows
Vista with UAC, all editions including 64 bit
Windows XP (SP2 or
later strongly recommended), all editions including 64 bit if SP2 or
later installed
Windows Server 2008 or Windows
Server 2003 Standard, Small Business and Enterprise editions
including 64 bit

Also check to see that your computers meet the following requirements:

At least 2.0GHz Pentium 4 processor; 2.4GHz
recommended.

Intuit to Discontinue QuickBooks 2007 Support

In the "olden days" (that would be about 5
years ago in computer years), when Intuit discontinued support for a
product version, you were only affected if you were using Payroll.Not
any more.As of May 31, 2010, if you are using QuickBooks 2007,
you will not be able to use the following services:Online
Banking ServicesOnline Billing ServicesQuickBooks Payroll
Services and SupportQuickBooks Merchant ServicesQuickBooks Email
Servicesand more.

QuickBooks Enterprise 25% off Promotion Ending Soon

Don't miss this opportunity to purchase QuickBooks Enterprise 2010 at
up to 25% off. This discounted price also includes the following:

Free upgrades for one full year (includes QuickBooks Enterprise
2011)
Free Online Backup up to 25GB
Free Data Protection/Technical Services

This offer will expire on April 15, 2010.

How to Beat Skyrocketing Credit Card Fees

Are you being eaten alive by credit card fees? If you accept
credit cards from customers, you may want to consider QuickBooks eCheck. This
feature, available only since QuickBooks 2010, allows you to accept payment by
phone for a one time service or product, or for recurring monthly fees.