I have QBooks Desktop Pro 2018 release R10P. Does that mean it includes the 2019 R4 update? I am having issues importing to ProFile.

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Hello bruce_bmac,

I'm happy to help sort this out so you can import your data to ProFile. It's great to hear that you're using both programs and I hope they're helping you meet your business needs.

The R# is associated with the Desktop year you're using and the P signifies you're using payroll. So in your case, the R10P tells me you have QuickBooks Desktop 2018 with payroll. R4 is attributed to QuickBooks Desktop 2019. I recommend checking with the Profile agents to determine if you truly need to be on the R4 release in order to bring your data to that platform. If you do, upgrading to QuickBooks Desktop 2019 doesn't come at an extra charge if you're on a subscription.

Here are a few links that can help explain the R#s, help you make sure your version of QuickBooks Desktop is completely up-to-date, and help ensure your payroll is also up-to-date.

Update to the latest release of QuickBooks Desktop: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1769183

Download the latest payroll tax table update: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1771115

If you're still having trouble on the QuickBooks side of things, reach out to our support team at 1-877-772-9158. QuickBooks Pro support is available 24 hours a day, so you can call at your convenience.

Have a great evening!

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