tax receipts in qbo

Donation receipts for charities... direct from QBO!! So if you are like me and have all your donations in QBO, and need to print tax receipts, (not by sales receipts because you might have weekly donations), and not by a statement (because you might have non-receiptable items tagged to the same name).... there is a new app coming next week. This app will read in your charity name, address, BN etc. Then you specify which QBO accounts to pull data from (eg. receiptable donations). After that the system pulls in the customer's name, address, and lists all their donations. With a footer with the CRA information, etc. It's pretty sweet if I say so myself. The developer has other apps out there that are on the QBO App page, and we've been working on this for the last month. I'm pretty stoked... Looking at release on Monday. So if you are stuck for doing tax receipts, hold tight. This may be your answer. :-)


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Can you share the name of the app?

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