My client needs to move to QBO however, he is concerned does want me to have to his accounts. How can I sell him QBO & take advantage of the wholesale subscription?

I want to sell QBO to my clients taking advantage of the wholesale billing. However, they do not want me to have access to their books of account for privacy reason. How can I sell them QBO and still not have access to books of accounts. I am using QBO online accountant.


Hello there, Najma,

You can give your client the 50% off for life if you sign them up through your QuickBooks Online Accountant. You will automatically have access to their account. If they don't want you to have access, you can let them sign up for an account here:

They can always invite you as an accountant if ever they need your help.

Let me know if you have additional questions.

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