Software: Intuit QuickBooks accounting software
Reckon Accounts does provide users an additional Tax Amount (TAX AMT) column in the invoice transaction screen, it allows user to view the Tax amount of the individual line item.
However, Intuit QuickBooks only provide a Tax Code column and a tax total at the bottom of the invoice transaction.
For those users who have crossover from Reckon Accounts to the Intuit QuickBooks have to take note of this, you may have to re-do the layout of the invoice template (especially for those who are using Pre-Printed invoice form).
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Software: Reckon QuickBooks 2009/10
Reckon QuickBooks 2009/10 does not support in Window 8 (It may cause data corruption). Please check with the Systems Requirement that printed on the retail box or your QuickBooks Consultant.
For those who uses Window 8 Operating Systems should consider updating to Reckon Accounts 2013.
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Software: Reckon Accounts
For those who are using multiple currency in Reckon Accounts accounting software, you will discover that the A/R Ageing Detail report doesn’t show the Foreign Open Balance correctly (It shows the base currency value instead).
While waiting for Reckon to fix up the issue, hope not too long, you may try to display the Actual Rate field (select the field from the Modify Report | Display tab | Columns).
Then, use the Export function to export your report into Microsoft Excel.
From the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, add a new column and use the PRODUCT () function to calculate the Foreign Open Balance (Open Balance field / Actual Rate field or Open Balance field * Actual Rate; depending on your base currency value).