When will Quickbooks 2013 be released?

Updated September 24, 2012: QuickBooks 2013 is now available. Learn more.

Updated September 4, 2012:  Now get a free upgrade to the Quickbooks 2013 with all Quickbooks 2012 orders made this month at intuit.com. Learn more.

Just like every year, the new Quickbooks 2013 is expected to be released and available sometime in late September 2012. New features and selected reviews can start showing up as early as mid-September. However, now may be the best deal to get a deal as most 2012 versions are now on sale. Intuit is offering up to $250 off on select Quickbooks 2012 Pro and Premier editions.  Be sure to see all out our Quickbooks coupon codes for full offer details.

With every update and release, Intuit usually adds some basic enhancements but usually nothing major.  In 2012, the key changes in Quickbooks was the new integrated efficiency efficient factor.  You are able to important data much more quickly and perform everyday tasks more efficiently and access it all remotely from any computer or mobile device.  In the main navigation panel, you now have Customer Snapshot and Vendor History features that let you see all the important summary views of your customer/vendor details.

Looking forward at the upcoming release of Quickbooks 2013, the suggestions have already begun to come in on what can be improved in the next 2013 release.   What we would like to see most is more sections to add contact names stored for each customer and vendor record (the limit is two!).  Learn more about the upcoming release and the latest deals at SpecialOfferCode.org.

 


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  1. Heard that Quickbooks 2012 was going to be subscription only — i.e., it would work for only 1 year and then you had to re-subscribe for the next year and the next and the next, etc., instead of buying a version and continuing to use it “forever.” Is this true?

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