QuickBooks for Mac 2016 is out in the market and the biggest change it brings to QuickBooks for Mac this year is associated with the modernizing of codes and improving overall performance. To make the popular accounting and management software more effective and highly functional, the engineers have touched almost every task and form, but in small ways. Interestingly, users will find every daily task faster than ever. Quicken Support
There are some other special improvements that QuickBooks users will notice with QuickBooks for Mac 2016. This include: Resize columns on forms; print directly on envelopes; fill in and edit timesheets more easily; insert open balances to invoices; unwrap in Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan; print timesheets; resize font size in reports; view long invoice descriptions; and take advantage of Apple’s Automatic Reference Counting (ARC). Apple Help
More important, users will be able to see these improvements if they are upgrading from a version earlier than 2015. Interestingly, the other two previous versions are also equipped with many interesting features and specifications.
From QuickBooks for Mac 2014: Get started with Set Up and Go; checkout where your money is with Income Tracker; calculate estimates into purchase orders; find the way through QuickBooks with redesigned toolbar; benefit from new Company Snapshot; navigate reports; take advantage of Guide Me; convert columns in Centers; adjust sales tax amounts before you pay; track more info on sales representatives; print bill stubs; and print general journal entries. Quickbooks Help
From QuickBooks for Mac 2015: Checkout all expense-related transactions in one place with Expense Tracker; make budgets by fiscal year; batch import transactions; add supporting documents where you need them; tailor e-mails; check detail of line items in Sales Tax Liability form; use Save File for Accountant process; filter line items and transactions in registers; use updated deposits window; complete simple math within all calculable fields; display and enter dates in formats defined by Mac OS X System Preferences; and employ Multiuser Admin mode.