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QuickBooks vs. MYOB


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I am trying to decide between Quickbooks and MYOB for my accounting program. Can anybody help me, have you used it and dont like it, or have and do like it. Any help would be great. I am in Afghanistan right now and it is hard to surf the net trying to figure out which one to buy.

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QuickBooks 2009 for Mac is able to do more things for your accounting job than MYOB. If you have a new version of Mac, use Parallels and use QuickBooks the PC version, it's the best solution.

I'm a QuickBooks ProAdvisor, my QuickBooks for Mac arrived today. I don't use Parallels so that I can help the Mac user, it's a job requirement thing.
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