QuickBooks Accounting Reviews

QuickBooks Accounting Reviews

Published by on 2022-09-22

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Table of Contents:
1. Reviews
2. Is it Safe?
3. Is it Legit?
4. App not working?
5. Report Issue

Reviews (29)


Very Easy to Use

I’m in the construction trade and love the ease of use of QuickBooks Mobile as I’m always away from my office and need to access customers estimates/invoices and payment history frequently. There are some things on the mobile app that should be fixed that would make it less time consuming such as: -after saving an invoice or estimate without leaving the saved page, any changes that are made while staying on the same page will not be recorded so it will need to be changed a second time in order to be recorded. It’s extremely frustrating when many changes are made after the initial saving and having to do them all over agin for a second time. -Multiple files or attachments should be able to be added to the estimate or attachment instead of each individual file or photo. It’s too time consuming and wastes a lot of time. -sometimes I require a down payment after an estimate has been accepted and the only way I’ve been able to record the initial down payment is to convert the estimate to an invoice even through the job has not even been started. - a digital signature should be allowed or accepted for the estimate through QuickBooks instead of customers having to print the page, sign it, take a picture of it, and then sent back to me in an email or text message. This is extremely time consuming and could easily be solved if a tab was created at the signature line allowing customers to sign it digitally.


No INTUITive integration between various QB versions :(

Had an Apple subscription to QB online since 2013. Worked great, UNTIL QB no longer wanted to support Apple customers in the same way, because, I guess, we were getting the same product at a great deal through an Apple autopay annual subscription. If you order something similar - QB Self-Employed - you can’t easily transfer your data between the platforms. Literally, you export out of QB Online and it only offers you Excel, and importing into QB Self-Employed only allows .csv files with dates and amounts formatted a certain way. I converted the Excel files to .csv files and 1 out of 8 loaded. Then I went on forums and saw that dates and amounts had to be formatted a particular way and only with 3-4 columns of data, meaning date, description, credit/debit for payments - no client, no memo, no check info, basically no details. In essence, they hold your data hostage unless you upgrade at 3-4 times the price. And when I looked at the reviews and rated them by date, I found that almost all of their recent ones are one star. Btw, I’ve printed my chat transcripts with them and spent at least 20 hours trying to fix this with them, so I feel I’ve been patient and loyal (actually used various QB products for about 15 years now), but this is just terribly disappointing, Caitlyn. I hope your operating team sees the fault and creates a solution for its long-time customers and really shows that Intuit cares.


QB Online constantly has several bugs

QBs in general is usable accounting software, but the glitches are unacceptable. We have used it for over twenty years. We now use QBs Online due to mobility of our service. Intuit makes frequent changes. Most changes do not add to functionality of the product. They are only changes to looks often causing confusion. The REAL problem is along with most of these changes comes new bugs. The VERY REAL is some bug never seem to be corrected. For example. Our Sale Tax hasn’t functioned correctly in over a year. My request for correction has been ignored. Most recently, today, there is a new look when adding items to an invoice. When adding an item while in the invoice, them item used to go to the invoice once completed. This made sense, since you are adding the item to the invoice and while in invoice. But NOW, the item goes away; not directly to the invoice. You have to go back to the item and add it to the invoice. Senseless. This is difficult to explain without demonstration, but it’s ridiculously senseless. I could go on and on about products. We are looking for a more functional system. Maybe if companies are unwilling to pay for dysfunctional software, they will make required corrections.


QuickBooks Online Does Not Integrate With TurboTax

I have to admit my first time using quickbooks I was in awe. I was thinking this company is great. That is until Tax time came around. I mean I get it and see what quickbooks is trying to do. Quickbooks online has a lot of Bookkeeping and Accounting services in it so that you can network with different bookkeepers and CPA’s to handle your books and taxes during tax time. For businesses that prefer it that way then this is heaven for them. However, Quickbooks online fail to realize there are also a lot of businesses that love to do their own taxes, now it becomes a nightmare because somehow Quickbooks Online do not integrate with TurboTax. Then they want to tell you to purchase TurboTax business, and purchase quickbooks desktop and import your data there then blah blah blah What about the business that operate with iPads only they don’t have a desktop. It just sound like a bunch of money scams. No one wants to keep purchasing services they don’t want to use. This company has turned something so simple into the most complicated situation ever. All you have to do is integrate Quickbooks Online with TurboTax that way we can import data and do our own taxes. This company has so much potential but if they can’t fix simple things their future will not be so bright.


Using QB for My Small Business Was a BIG Mistake

I run a small business that focuses on outdoor media. Recently a client payed for an invoice via credit card and I was hit with a 2.9% fee, when I refunded them I was hit with a 3.4% fee. All of this was not very clear on their end. I tried to talk with the customer service in the midst of everything in order to try to figure out what to do and it was by far the worst customer service experience I have ever had (and that is saying a lot because I used to have Comcast). It was very hard, unclear, and costly for me as a small business owner to do something relatively simple. I was on 6 different phone calls, and constantly ran in circles by the support team. At one point my call was dropped on their end as if someone just hung up during a time where the refund was pending and could have really helped me save some money. Long story short I am leaving QB and going back to handling things myself, it was too easy to make a costly mistake, too hard to get help in the midst of a stressful time, and very obvious that my business did not matter and was simply a 15 digit account number to them. My advice is do it yourself or hire someone who will actually look out for the best interest of your business you are working so hard to build. Audios QB.



I have used QB online for many years, and I’m very happy with it. QuickBooksAccounting is useless to me though, since the interface is way too limited. For example, one good use for it would be to enter receipts on the fly, but much to my disappointment I couldn’t do something as simple as to pull up a list of accounts to assign the cost to. Entering receipts would be a perfect use for a mobile app, but I simply can’t do it correctly. I mean, what did Intuit really think it was going to be used for? Also, the payment methods I have set up in QB online are not available in QuickBooksAccounting , all you see is credit, check or cash. It seems like QuickBooksAccounting doesn’t synch fully with your online info, which makes you wonder what kind of mess it can create in your bookkeeping. Strangely enough, when I started QuickBooksAccounting it said that it was synching with my data, but it appears that this was just the basic data and none of my personal account settings. It’s entirely possible that I have missed some of the finer details, but they really messed up QuickBooksAccounting by making the interface so different from the computer based online version. Having to learn and keep up with two versions is just too cumbersome for a small business owner like me, so QuickBooksAccounting is now deleted. Calling it a bookkeeping app is grossly misleading, since it’s so limited.


Used to be great, then they “improved” QB

I’ve used QuickBooks since the late 1990’s and was an early adopter of QuickBooks Online. While Intuit has improved the platform dramatically, the latest rounds of “improvements” that have made the mobile app entirely unstable and unusable combined with nearly doubling the price and a pricing model that is disconnected from business scale (one could pay the same for a small business with $50k in revenue and a not so small biz with $10m in revenue) has left me utterly disappointed and looking for alternatives. Problem is, switching is nearly impossible. So, if you’re considering QuickBooks, just don’t. Try Xero or any other other competitors out there. If Intuit can fix its most basic issues and start providing actual customer support that is accessible (just try the “app help” link which takes you to an Intuit help page with NO APP SUPPORT option!) with modern methods (like chat and email instead of only phone, and phone that can’t be reached most of the time - again, give it a try), then I’d recommend QuickBooks again. It’s a shame because there is so much that’s great about the platform... but when doubling the price for purported gesture enhancements results in app bloat and instability, avoid like your business depends on it, because it does!



At the time of writing this review I have been on the phone with support for over 3hrs. Quickbooks online has been nothing but a complete disaster! For years I ran QB 2012 for Mac and was fairly happy with the software until it started crashing on me in mid 2017. Since it was time to update to a newer version of quickbooks I was pushed toward the online version since the latest desktop version for Mac was 2016. I had nothing but aggravation with the online version on almost every aspect of the software but if I were to explain each one this would be a book so I’ll just explain the problem that was most expensive to me. The syncing between the business checking and credit card on QBO would not sync for sometimes a couple days other times a month. When the sync feature would work it would create duplicate transactions and I would need to have QBO audited by my accountant to match my actual accounts. The 3rd time QBO needed to corrected to match my accounts was the final straw. I purchased QB 2016 for Mac and wanted to transfer my QBO data to the desktop version. I’m told now that I need to wait a “few” days to have everything transferred over. I am completely disgusted with quickbooks and will be reporting this with the better business bureau.


Hate it, stuck with it

Where to begin. First, but an iPad, most things can’t be done from an iPhone, for example, item quantities, can’t change it or see it. If you need to enter a new product via the phone, you will need to go back to your laptop to log in and reconcile your total of items if you track quantity. So inconvenient, I’m not with my laptop most of the time, so at the end of the year, it takes HOURS to reconcile your inventory. Once an item is in the system, and you get new product in, unless you log in on a laptop to add the quantity, you’ll have negative quantities, cause you can’t do it from the iPhone. The IRS taxes you on your inventory, and every year I spent hours counting and reconciling. Here’s the REAL kicker, started out as a promo for $40/mo in 2014, crept up to $50, then to $60 in a year, then to $70 without any improvements. So I exported my inventory data, stepped down to the $25/mo plan for my invoicing and estimates. Why pay $70 to track inventory that I can’t manage on the go? Since I’m counting at the end of the year anyways, might as well save that extra $540 annually. I can only assume that the nerds that built and maintain QuickBooksAccounting have very little retail business experience, just widgets guys. Sad.


Continues to be the slowest app ever….

So, after writing a review and saying QuickBooksAccounting was slow and buggy and crashes constantly - as typical software/tech developers go…. “Couldn’t possibly be us, must be user error”… I got a developer response. It told me to do all the typical stuff they tell you to do. Refresh QuickBooksAccounting , uninstall/reinstall, reboot phone…. Yada yada yada - LET ME BE CLEAR…. I have done ALL of the above, I’m not an idiot when it comes to these things. Please be careful when responding as you don’t know how much or little experience your audience might have. This is also par for the course with QB customer service in general - you wait on the phone for hours (literally at times) only to get an “expert” who takes another hour to understand what you are saying, chats that are inane and take 15 minutes between responses - it is TERRIBLE. I am sure they blame COVID, after all it is the excuse for everything wrong in the world. The reality is they just don’t have it together. My honest review is after deleting and reinstalling, resetting, upgrading my phone software, etc etc, QuickBooksAccounting is slower than molasses. I have to wait 1-2 minutes for reaction/response when I select an option (if I ever get a response at all).


Progress invoicing doesn’t work

When I try to send a second progress invoice form an estimate it does not reflect that the first invoice has been paid already and payment received. The balance in line items is the original balance from the estimate, not lowered by whatever I charged already. Also, in this way I could overcharge my client and QB would not prevent me from doing so. I tried that to see if that would work. This bug prevents my clients from tracking progress of payments and forces me to look back and track how much I charged for particular line item already. It’s a huge inconvenience for a construction company. I already spent 6 hours over two days with 4 different customer service reps and despite all being very patient and helpful, the last one admitted that it was a glitch in the system. I offered to spend some time with their software engineering department to work on that issue but nobody seemed interested to take me up on it. The reps were unaware of this issue until they saw my computer screen and confirmed I was doing everything correctly. It’s a major problem. I hope it gets resolved soon. Otherwise I would definitely give it at least 4 stars.


Unfortunate inability to update

I have had 3 problems with this software 1) all purchases through my bank account are not being caught apparently 2) I keep getting notices to update my card reader but when I connect to it and open QuickBooks I am not able to update since I must already have the most up to date version(if my card reader is not working due to a missed update I will not find out until I am in front of a customer). 3) automatic mileage tracking is missing some trips and I have not discovered this until days later and can not find out why it’s happening since all items have been on for tracking that I am aware of. Other than these issues QB is much better than when I used it 15 years ago with a previous business. Although with the advanced options I would like to rely on - I have found this newer version is not as “turn key” as sold. All I really need is for the system to work as advertised but no doubt I will find out how much has been missed when it comes time to reconcile for tax season.


My experience has been mostly positive

With Quick books based upon the fact that I only use the basic service for sending out invoices. Biggest problems have been not being able to sign in a couple of times and having had both good and bad experiences with help desk personnel. I use 2 accounting apps. Square, which I run all cash, credit cards, gift cards and tax based revenue through. Quick books Is only used for my non-taxable customers who get invoices and pay by check. This keeps things simple for me as Square is hardly ever any problem and I have workarounds with Quick Books when problems arise. Since QB handles no money for me they cannot hold my business hostage at any time. And since both programs have numerous reports this also makes my tax requirements easy. However, one other thing I dislike about QB online is their constantly changing the program. Everyone likes their Apps kept up to date but I hate when they change things just for the sake of touting “look we made another improvement “


Great when it works

QuickBooks online is great when it works. Unfortunately there are frequent glitches. Some of these glitches cause major problems, like not being able to enter estimates. It recently each had all of the estimates mixed up/hidden. You had to go in and do some special filtering to see all of the estimates. Typically they are sorted by date with the most recent being at the top. This of course caused a lot of problems. The most recent issue is a new query processing error message I keep getting that will not allow me to create an estimate, an invoice, to do anything at all on QuickBooksAccounting . I have two phones so it’s not a phone issue as I’m getting the same error on both phones. It’s a mobile app issue. I’m able to login to QuickBooks online on the desktop and I have no problems at all doing what I need to do. It’s very unfortunate because QuickBooks is a great app it’s just really frustrating that it frequently has glitches and the glitches are major ones that can last for days and even weeks at a time.


QBks App -> Less Than Half A Loaf

Having used QBks for 24 years in one guise or another, I have long since grudgingly accepted their inadequate technology chops. Be that as it may, I must let them (and you, dear reader) know that the iPad version is a HUGE frustration. In most regards the 12” iPad Pro that I use is the best. Most advanced technology I’ve ever been pleased to use. However, tech laggards like Intuit make it a trial. Anybody know how to cut a check from the iPad version? PLEASE tell me! Yeah. I didn’t think so. OK, how about putting in a bill? No? These are BOOKKEEPING items, guys! I understand they have as much to do with accounting as data entry has to do with data analysis. Yeah, these tasks are peripheral but ESSENTIAL. Seemingly IMPOSSIBLE with QkBks for iPad. How in the name of all that’s Holy can ANYone claim that this PoS (no, not Point Of Sale) allow small business management?!? JEEZum, Intuit!!! Splash out some of that Monopoly Money for some up-to-speed programming talent! And this time do it in the US of A, where there’s a fair chance the tech staff will understand what you tell them to do. Please and Thank You. By ALL means, give me a reason to update this review with a higher number!!!


Good but missing key features

This is a good app for those using QB online service. The service and connection has been fine and in many ways it’s faster than pulling out a computer and logging in through a browser. There is actually quite a bit you can do on this that simply replaces your desktop. They have omitted 2 key features that keeps this from being 5 stars. You cannot enter Bills through QuickBooksAccounting . This has been ongoing customer complaint for a couple of years now and Intuit is simply ignoring the request. The second complaint I have is that you cannot mark checks “To Be Printed”. For my purposes, I would like the ability to add in invoices, bills, and checks daily but then pay bills and print checks at the end if the week. This would be a huge time saver for me as QuickBooksAccounting is simply faster than using a computer browser. I know QBO can be accessed on a smartphone directly but the ever changing browser market makes using a phone browser tedious.


Complicated Interface, Terrible Customer Service

I am not an accountant by any means, but I was hoping Quickbooks Online would be easier to use for us average joes. Nothing about their program is intuitive- you are instead given loads of video tutorials and when that’s not enough you can call their Sales Department to get transferred to Customer Service (don’t try direct, it’s no use) who 9/10 times have thick foreign accents (which makes it even harder to understand the foreign accounting software) and if you’re lucky you get scripted answers with a side of sass. In my opinion, if your programming isn’t overwhelmingly user friendly you should at least have an overwhelmingly good customer service experience to give us all hope that we can, one day, figure it out. I am stuck with this program because my husband finds it easy enough to create and send an invoice, but unfortunately this leaves me to figure out the rest once a month. So all in all, thanks to Quickbooks Online our customers do know how much they owe us but as for the accounting, nobody knows what’s going on there.


Very Disappointing

After having the account for just a month it was permanently closed without notice or warning, Now I’m having the most difficult task of finding a source or who can be able to help me retrieve the funds left on the account grant It just a small business owner and it wasn’t much on their. But how close my account due to fraud without any invoices or transactions being made and then they still have yet to reimburse me for my funds on top of it’s been 3 months now since the date of opening the account and no one has reached out to me after saying they would have someone follow up with me and not one call or email have I received yet and I’m not giving up I work hard for my company to start and can’t see how this is my fault to a point not only am I mislead but also duped from believing I would have it more easy way of working with Inuit, Now I’m just sitting here with a setback and more frustration in on off the most important stepping stone in capital America, Thanks for waisting my time with you guys I’ll be sure to learn my lesson and never come bank here or service again.


Necessary Evil, Glitchy Trash

Wow this if a little bit frustrating, QuickBooksAccounting, that I pay for every month, is so glitch. It will randomly crash. It will randomly erase saved preferences. When I send invoices, it will randomly make it due the next day even after I’ve selected 30 or 60 days. I have the “pay through the invoice” option enabled, or whatever it’s called, and that will randomly get shut off, even after checking that it’s on before I send my invoices, then I get customers calling and asking how are they supposed to pay me. Really for all the money it costs and extra fees for every additional feature I expected and feel like I deserve a lot more. These are just to name a few of the glitches. Also it seems less then easy to get a hold of a human (customer service). When I tried that and seemed like I was getting somewhere, QuickBooksAccounting erased my text and then crashed. I feel like this is a little trashy. I don’t know how much longer I will deal with all of this. I hope it gets better. I know it works for other people, especially the off line version.


Be careful what you pay for

While I enjoy using QuickBooks for Accounting. For the last five years, the only thing I seem to get is higher fees. I’ve started at $30 a month and now I pay $50 a month. All ACH payments are charged 1% up to $10? (checks). I don’t except credit cards because I do not want to pay the fees. This is the only checking system that I use that charges fees for a check deposit. Yeah sure PayPal charges a 1% fee but that’s for an instant deposit. There is no instant deposit and I don’t want it because I don’t wanna pay the 1% fee My Annual income accounting (checking) is never correct , I use them more as a reference when doing taxes. I still have a notification on my account from a year ago about a bounced check that I took care of, but I can’t delete the invoice that was had the bounced check. The program works OK but too many fees are attached with everything which is pretty disappointing, especially when you’re self-employed and have to pay higher taxes then most and provide your own healthcare.


Awesome please add calendar sync

I would love to add an event to my calendar after a customer accepts a proposal. After I input customer info it would be nice to set up an event for a meeting as well. The full process. Customer calls, I input customers info adding a note what they called about, I add an event to check job and auto syncs with Apple calendar, I talk to customer about details, I note it on the customers profile, add a reminder to send proposal, send proposal, customer signs sends back, customer info gets input to calendar for job to be done, I do job, I send invoice, customer pays (sometimes we meet another day so an event may be created), I take after photo and send receipt. If customer calls for problem or more work just add to their profile and add events for work to be done. Maybe the ability for a work order after a proposal would be amazing.


So many good things ... but

I loved that I could take a photo of my receipts and then just throw them away. I like that it was in my phone and I could easily record real time so I didn’t have to go back and think what was that for? My hope was that I could easily share this info with my book keeper who also uses quick books. So I logged in on the computer so she could download the information. Unfortunately the product she uses is different and it changed my app and my account such that while the information and all the receipts are in my phone the are not on the computer and I have no easy way to print the out and the book keeper is going to update all the info by hand. Five month of hand entering again every check and purpose of each purchase. I talked to customer service for a long time. His final advice was to delete QuickBooksAccounting and download it again. I had just started to feel like I was getting a understanding of how my business was was going with this little app and then poof. Gone. I will down load something else.


Bank transfer

This is a great app with some unfortunate flaws. First, I love that they’ve added the mileage feature. I had to have the self employed app as well just for the mileage tracking. However, it is not always accurate and doesn’t always auto track. It will also put a random address and if you try to change the address, it doesn’t correct the appropriate amount of miles. You have to delete and manually add it. Also, you have to put in the right amount of miles when manually adding; it doesn’t calculate from the starting and ending point. So, if you don’t know the mileage off the top of your head, you have to go to another map and find out the distance. Second, I don’t recommend using the bank transfer feature. They hold the check for at least 4-5 days before releasing to your back so you’re looking at 7 days before the money shows up in your account.


Did desktop. Now online.

First year I got desktop version. One time purchase and no monthly subscription. I thought it was a great deal and safe being off line. By the end of the year I was so deep behind on every aspect of book keeping realizing desktop version is the same as steering a massive cruise ship without any crew to help. Big mistake. I got online subscription now and most of the book keeping now is automatic. Not to mention I have instant access thru internet from anywhere in the world, on any device I have on hand at a time. Now my invoices go out automatically each month on time, expenses and income organized, and getting taxes done each quarter became a nonevent. I can finally enjoy running my business instead of worrying about paper work and book keeping.


So much potential!

I went from desktop to online. What a nightmare! Well, I’m really liking the speed at which I can create and send/print an invoice now that I’m getting used to it and have SOME of the kinks worked out. BUT......There is so much more QuickBooksAccounting should be able to do!! The accounts are not updated. When I do transactions on chrome or safari, QuickBooksAccounting is about a month behind even though the balance is correct. Transactions just done shoe!? You can’t do ANY transfers between my accounts. I have to go onto safari and then there is a whole other set of issues! Even when using chrome on iPad Pro you still can’t see the whole page or “buttons” to click to save something....over all I’m getting better at using the mobile version but it REALLY needs work for iPad version to flow like it does online on a laptop! (Which is what I’m trying to get away from) Anxious for a good BIG update.


Good app if you want to manually import your bank transactions

I previously have QBself employed and everything was fine. Bank accounts would sync up. So I decided to get QB online for check printing capabilities. I started QB online beginning of Feb 2019 and immediately became aware that my bank was not on QB online list of banks, but it was in the list of QB self employed banks ... weird right...? So I contact CS and they said they will make a escalated ticket and this matter should be resolved with 3-5 business days. Well it’s almost 30 days later and bank account are not synced and have not heard from anyone from QB online. So I just recently contacted them again in chat support and they tell me that I need to contact my bank to see if they made some kind of change that would not allow me to connect. So in all reality they were never working on my ticket because if they were it seems they would have notified me to let me know that is what needed to be done. PS also ordered a card reader about 2 months and still have not received ANYTHING!!


What a bad program to help manage your business

You may be better off with paper and pen than to use this program. When I began using mainly the mileage portion I was pleased with what I assumed was a working app. I was able to enter travel between customers by entering a location or tapping the GPS starting point and on completion of the trip I would hit the destination GPS button which filled in the address. Unfortunately, QuickBooksAccounting doesn’t alway provide the distance. The next problem was I could not save the trip because the distance showed 0 miles, getting out of QuickBooksAccounting without saving caused me to loose all the data for that part of my day. I just found out the data you have collected does not transfer to QuickBooks, so what good is QuickBooksAccounting. I’ll bet you think that’s all, we’ll it isn’t, now when I try to stop my subscription of only three days, I have found no helps to cancel this terrible app and stop this painful ordeal. Somebody please help me get out of this with out some kind of mental breakdown!


Better than any accounting software out there!

I love this software, it has helped me and my business thrive! I couldn’t tell you how much money it has saved me! These bad reviews are from people that are not willing to learn how to use the software. I have contacted customer support and they are nothing but helpful. Keep in mind they are NOT YOUR ACCOUNTANT! They are tech support, if you need help with reconciliation or journal entries just ask them about QB Live bookkeeping! Yes it costs a little money, but much less than an accountant. How important is your business to you? I fully recommend Quickbooks Online to anybody needing to keep track of their books in a user friendly software with the best customer tech support out there! Thank you to the wonderful customer support team at Intuit QuickBooks Online!



If you are running QB self employed and you are thinking about upgrading to QuickBooks then be aware. These are two entirely separate apps. Even though QB sells it as an upgrade it is NOT. You will lose your mileage tracking. The mobile version is not near as perfected. And the worst part is none of your info will transfer over automatically. There are some benefits to it and I am learning how to use it but, it’s very glitchy compared to self employed, I get a lot of duplicate/ inaccurate transactions, not near as user friendly, etc. All in all there are some features that if you need them there is nowhere else to get them. Just very disappointed since I based it on an “upgrade” rather than as if I was switching softwares.

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