We pay $17.50/month for one company. Additionally, pay $9.99 for connection to Chase bank (rip off).
We are paying $150 per month for QuickBooks Online Advanced. We have two users and fit cleanly in the Pro tier until they added the new limits on the number of accounts in the chart of Accounts.
Our accounting firm charges us $100/month per entity.
Signing up as an accountant (no need to verify) got us a big discount of their plans. We pay $15 CAD for their Essential Plan (currently listed on their site for $35 CAD).
QuickBooks Payroll for $32/month. We were paying $22/month under the Costco plan which expired earlier this year.
Despite a very low list price, we got them at $50/year by simply emailing them asking for a better price.
We pay $750/year for QuickBooks Support and $1,000/year for full service payroll. We don’t upgrade to the newest version every year so we save money there.
$32.19 CAD per month for a pro plan
$40 per month for one user and one bookkeeper, also an accountant though I don't think they charge for read-only users like that.
$150/mo for Quickbooks Online Advanced, we're currently using about 5 seats but have access to 10 more for free. No negotiation.
$28/month through a bundle deal with our accountant. I've seen QBO offered for free by certain accounting firms, but our accountant only offers a discount.
$35/mo for QBO Plus. Got a lifetime 50% discount. I've seen some better pricing, but still feel lucky.
It's easy to use and cost minimum for small and mid-size companies.
This is for QuickBooks Online Canada.
"QuickBooks Essentials" plan. Paid annually at $375/year + taxes.
We pay $35 a month for QBO Pro, with a discount we got through our accounting software (Pilot)
Mixpanel, Amplitude and several others are more for B2C use cases. Coz of this, account level (usage at the company level) grouping is either very tough OR available only at their enterprise-level ...