Your work is vital. We are raising funds to support it.
Thank you for researching this! We are very concerned about how the upgrade will affect our bottom line.
We are also in need of this and currently considering whether we should take their special introductory three month offer - we are hoping to hear on this before we need to decide about that. Thank you for letting us know when something comes together.
I wanted to let everyone know that we hear your concerns and this is still actively being worked on; however, there is not an update to share yet.
Thank you everyone for your patience, and I will provide an update as soon as possible!
-Baily Maples, Program Manager, TechSoup
Thank you for your message!
We are currently working with Intuit on a solution to provide this product to nonprofits, and I will let you know as soon as I have an update.
I would love to see QuickBooks Online Advanced added to the Product catalog.
Thank you so much! There are hundreds of Catholic Churches and Schools that are affected by this!
Just to add another voice to the chorus. The church needs 350+ accounts to track all the donation sources etc. This sudden increase has us scrambling for alternatives.
Something to consider, based on my experience: My small nonprofit arts organization began using QBO-Plus on a monthly subscription basis in 2013. When we later obtained a $50/year subscription through TechSoup, we had to create an entirely new company in QBO and then migrate all the "old" company data to the "new" company. It was not simply a matter of a back-room update to our account status by Intuit, and required considerable work by me as sysadmin to perform the migration.
It would be wonderful if Intuit -- once reaching an agreement with TechSoup on replacement of QBO-Plus with Advanced -- would simply upgrade our current accounts to Advanced without a major effort by the local admin. But if they do not, users should be prepared for a migration project as described above.
At minimum, I expect Intuit and TechSoup to publish a Plus-to-Advanced migration guide usable by local QBO admins who are not IT experts.
Comments welcome from the Intuit and TS folks monitoring this thread.
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I'll add my vote for this! Very frustrating that QB moved the goal post on us like that. We are having to qo back to QB Desktop unless we can get non-profit pricing for QBO Advanced. Thanks for working on that on our behalf TechSoup!
We are in the same boat and would love to see Quickbooks Online Advanced plan in the Techsoup product catalogue.
We are in the same boat here. PLEASE offer the Quickbooks Advanced.
Many have reached out about the changes with the QuickBooks Online Pus and Advanced products. As an update, usage limits are planned to go into effect around June 2019 for QuickBooks Online users through TechSoup at which point you will have the ability to upgrade to QuickBooks Online Advanced. We will share more information on how to upgrade once we get closer to this date.
Hope this helps, and please let me know if there are other questions!
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