New version of QuickPayroll

Reckon Software has announced the release of QuickPayroll 6.0, a new version of the payroll software from the Quicken family of accounting programs.

QuickPayroll Version 6.0 has been updated to comply with the latest regulations for group certificates -- allowing users to print or create electronic group certificates in the new formats specified by the Australian Tax Office for use after July 1.

According to Reckon, the new version of QuickPayroll sports more flexible wage payments, improved integration with QuickBooks 6.0, an improved navigator and new help files for troubleshooting.

QuickPayroll PRO version 6.0 has also been released, a multi-user version of QuickPayroll, featuring additional cost tracking benefits, the company says.

QuickPayroll 6.0 is priced at $149.95, and QuickPayroll PRO 6.0 costs $399.95.

Customers who purchased the previous versions of QuickPayroll or QuickPayroll PRO in May will receive a free version 6.0 upgrade, says Reckon.

Quicken

http://www.quicken.com.au

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