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December 11, 2017 | Patty Hair

Using QuickBooks Online API for automated sales tax

As of November 10, 2017, all new US QuickBooks Online companies manage sales tax calculations via an automated sales tax (AST) engine. Sales tax is computed automatically on the sales transaction based upon the shipping address and the location of the company rather assigning sales tax manually. Read more about….. Read more

December 4, 2017 | Lori Fraleigh

Expand your small business app’s reach by publishing on the QuickBooks Online App Store

From time to time, we encounter an app developer who has integrated their small business-facing application with QuickBooks, but has not taken the next step forward of publishing it on the QuickBooks App Store. Often, this is because their QuickBooks integration was initially built more as a way to retain current customers rather than as a way to attract new customers. While we always encourage developers to listen to the voice of the customer so that you can retain these customers longer, we also want you to have the ability to tap into new markets... Read more

November 28, 2017 | Annie Terry

#SmallBizHack & QuickBooks Connect Toronto

Intuit Developer and Intuit QuickBooks are heading North, to the land of maple syrup, Niagara Falls, and an actual interest in ice hockey. We're going to Canada, eh? We want to see you at the #SmallBizHack December 2-3 at Devhub Toronto, and then at QuickBooks Connect Toronto on December 5th.!.. Read more

November 16, 2017 | Emily Silberstein

Disruptive Business Models

At the Intuit Developer group, our lifeblood is developers creating awesome solutions for QuickBooks customers. When we spend time with our small business (SMB) customers, we see that one of their biggest barriers to app adoption is the resistance to signing up for yet another monthly bill... Read more