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I am wondering if we can have multiple users to our Quickbooks Pro 2016.  I have the program installed on my computer at home (doing my husband's business) but he recently rented a place and will have another person working on the computer doing different jobs...

I do the invoices which shows $$ on the individual account.  We want her to be able to use the Quickbooks w/out seeing the money part...

Is this possible? or do we need to purchase Quickenbook w/multiple licence?

Also, will we loose what information we currently have?

More or less, we will be running two seperate computers at two different locations... Is this possible?

 

Stacy

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From: http://smallbusiness.chron.com/set-up-multiple-companies-quickbooks-29035.html

 

you just create multiple "companies".

 

It will not allow you to keep both companies "open" at the same time -- close one, open the other.

 

I do not know whether you can legally install the one licensed copy at two different locations.

But, it's a "business expense", to write-off against your company profits, to obtain a second license.  Correct?

 

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