30-day free trial of Quickbooks
I need to learn how to use Quickbooks for work I am undertaking with a non-profit entity that already has the program and will be offering me access. If I download the free 30-day trial subscription, can I easily say “no, thanks” at the end of the tutorials? I prefer not to be hounded by repetitive email offers and other contacts to purchase the program permanently. Thanks very much for your help.
Hey Thomas, if you sign up for a 30 day free trial of QuickBooks you are not committed to purchasing a paid subscription. There is no credit card info required to sign up for the trial so no need to worry about being billed once the trial period ends.
Crystalynn Shelton, CPA
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