An Exclusive Online Webinar hosted by Scott Meister, CPA

Desktop or Online?
Which one is right for you?



If I had a dollar for every time I'm asked "Should I use QuickBooks® Desktop or QuickBooks® Online?"... :-)  Seems like an easy question to answer, but there are so many variables to consider when giving a thoughtful answer.  You see, my goal is to create the best fit possible; accounting software that fits the needs of the business.

Scott Meister here and I want to share an opportunity with you.  I'm hosting this live one-hour webinar for FREE on Thursday August 24 (3:00 PM EDT).  We’ll cover the reasons why you’d want to use QuickBooks® Desktop and the reasons why you’d want to use QuickBooks® Online for your business accounting needs.  I’ll share my thoughts about where QuickBooks® Desktop excels and where QuickBooks® Online excels.  By the end of the webinar it’s my hope that you’ll know answer to the question, "Should I use QuickBooks® Desktop or QuickBooks® Online?"

IMPORTANT: There are only 100 spots available for this webinar, so register immediately to reserve your seat.

This webinar is intended for anyone that wants help deciding which QuickBooks® to use for their business needs.  

More info about me: I help small businesses, accountants, bookkeepers, office managers, and business owners with their accounting needs.  I’ve used QuickBooks since 2002 and I'm an Advanced Certified ProAdvisor for QuickBooks® Desktop and QuickBooks® Online.
In addition to providing accounting services locally and remotely, I create QuickBooks® video training courses.  Visit to see available QuickBooks® courses.

Certifications include:
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
Certified Bookkeeper (CB)
Advanced Certified ProAdvisor for QuickBooks Desktop
Advanced Certified ProAdvisor for QuickBooks Online
Certified ProAdvisor for QuickBooks Enterprise
Certified ProAdvisor for QuickBooks Point Of Sale

What we'll cover in the webinar

Differences between Desktop and Online
Advantages of each
Helpful hints
Getting started
Resources needed
Cost differences