Has anyone attempted to use one instance of Quickbooks for multiple entities, such as LLCs?
I'm struggling to figure out how to best set this up, and do not want to purchase (or have to manage) two separate accounts. If you just buy desktop version "pro" you can have as many entities as you want.
Quick Books Enterprise is a complete package structured to include all the features of Quick Books Pro, Quick Books Premier and Quick Books Accountant edition along with new and powerful tools applicable to this software only.
The Quick Books Enterprise support number handled by technical professionals of Quick Books is another reason for its increasing popularity amongst the accounting professionals.
The owner of the SMLLC might be you as an individual, another LLC, Corp or trust that does file a tax return.
As Cameron pointed out, if you have multiple files the desktop version would be the least expensive route.
You can make as many roll-ups as you need – by account, entity or activity.