Has anyone used QBO Plus to manage accounting and supply chain needs for a US wholly owned company based in Kunshan, China?

Opening up a Chinese Trading company to warehouse and sell US produced products in China.  Hoping to utilize QBO Plus to manage Accounting and Supply Chain needs for China office/logistics and China Reporting requirements.  Looking for any obstacles.

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Welcome to the Intuit Community, robert.corden

Great news! QBO has international versions, including China, to help manage your accounting and supply chain needs for your Chinese Trading company. Our international version of QBO allows you to choose your country upon setup. This way, you can utilize QBO to comply China’s reporting requirements.

Let's first sign up for a QBO International account. Here’s how:

  1. Go to https://quickbooks.intuit.com/choose-country/.
  2. Select the Asia Pacific tab, then choose China.
  3. Click either Buy Now & Save 50% or Free 30-day Trial links.
  4. Select a product (Simple Start, Essentials or Plus). You have the option to either continue to create Free 30-Day Trial or Buy Now for a discounted price.
  5. Enter your Email Address, First Name, Last Name, and Password
  6. Click Add New Company

To get started with your QBO International version, I’d suggest consulting an accounting professional. This way, he can help ensure your books are accurate when setting them up.

For more details, you can check out this article: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/global/faq/. For more helpful resources, you can browse topics through this article: https://community.intuit.com/quickbooks-online-intl.

Looking forward to your successful subscription, robert.corden. If you need anything else about QBO International versions, don’t hesitate to add a comment below. I’ll be here to help. Have an awesome day!


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