I am looking at the features of Quickbooks Accountant online vs. Desktop. I am wanting to know if Either of these services have a contract? If so, how long? Trial?

We need to be able to try out your services, but I really do not think my practice is to the point of needing your online services.  I have tried to compare, but I do not find the details that I need.  I would like to know if I can service a clients bookkeeping needs and convert the files to .xls or .csv files for certain clients.  Will there be charges for doing this each time its needed for back up?  

Are the contracts for me as accountant for access to Accountant Online or subscriptions of Payroll etc....  If so, how long?  What are charges for the services with Accountant desktop? 

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Thank you for posting here in the Community, wjacksells.

I can help you try out the features of QuickBooks Online Accountant and QuickBooks Accountant Desktop.

To compare the difference between these two QuickBooks products, you can try both QuickBooks Online Accountant and QuickBooks Online Desktop for free good for 30 days.

Both platforms has an Accountant toolbox where you can access time-saving resources to cut out manual entry and work efficiently. You can also Send Accountant's Copy files through secured Intuit servers with Accountant's Copy File Transfer Service.

Check the links provided below to know more about the products:

You can sign up and create a trial account for QuickBooks Online Accountant using this link: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/signup/qboa/

Here's more information on how to get the trial version for QuickBooks Desktophttps://community.intuit.com/articles/1207255.

That's it. Let me know if you require additional information or further clarification about the features. I am always glad to help in any way I can.​ Have a wonderful day.

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