If you’re like me, you can hardly wait till the third Wednesday of every month because it is “QB Talks Day.”
I must have been out of my mind years ago not setting it up as the third Tuesday so we could have called it QB Talks “TuuuuuuesDay.” But I didn’t, and it’s too late to change it now.
Anyway, this month is another “I-can-hardly-wait-for-it” occasion because Liz Scott is going to be presenting the “QuickBooks Online Update.” So there’s another reason to tune in for “QB Talks.”
Every few months, QuickBooks cranks out improvements for QuickBooks Online (Simple-start, Essentials and Plus). Intuit also releases new enhancements to QuickBooks Online-Accountant and QuickBooks Online-Advanced every couple of months.
Right now, there are changes in the QuickBooks ProAdvisor testing and course offerings you should be aware of. In addition, there are things happening with the overall QuickBooks Ecosystem in the way QuickBooks builds relationships with developers.
Insightful Accountant tries to keep you abreast of these changes in the “QBO Monday Minute” and other weekly features, and Liz just has a way with bringing you the news and updates like nobody else.
There have been at least 20 updates to the various products in just the last 60 days, and numerous other ecosystem advancements since the last “QBO Update.” Take Intuit’s QuickBooks Business Network, a growing example of B2B commerce.
So this is absolutely your last opportunity to join Liz for this month’s “QB Talks,” today, March 15, 2023, at 2:00 p.m. (EST).
By the way, “QB Talks” now offers CPE credit—just one more reason why you should attend.
So, be certain to REGISTER HERE for “What’s New in QBO” Update Webinar.
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