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Is QuickBooks Premier-Accountant Edition 2013 compatible with QuickBooks 2014?

I have a client that just upgraded to QB 2014 and we have QB Premier - Accountant Edition 2013. The Help Support suggests that the Accountant versions are compatible up & down with client QB's, but the information only covers through QB 2013. Is QuickBooks Premier-Accountant Edition 2013 compatible with QuickBooks 2014?
    13 will not read 14 files

    14 will read 13 and 14 files

    the accountant edition will work with files one year old
    • It is important to get every year if you are an accounting or financial business.  I have all of the last 20 years in my office including DOS
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